Woman Manages to Complete ‘World’s Toughest Jigsaw Puzzle’ and Challenges Others to do the Same

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I love a challenge more than the next person so when I heard about Blue Kazoo’s latest Black, White and Red puzzle series, I knew I had to get my hands on it ASAP. 1,000 pieces, one solid color, and hours upon hours of blood, sweat, and tears. But it was all worth it in the end.

Let me tell you how I managed to conquer the sadistic series, and if you’re still feeling brave by the end of it, I challenge you to take it on…

I’ve always been an avid puzzler…

But after completing hundreds of jigsaws, I’d yet to find one that would make me break a sweat.

Until I stumbled across Blue Kazoo.

Their latest series is one of the best (or worst depending on how you want to look at it!) series you will ever come across, I can guarantee you that.

3 puzzles, 3 colors, 1000 pieces each.

Blue Kazoo has decided it is now time to unleash this epic series on the world.

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Normal thrill-seekers will find their buzz bungee jumping…

But for others, these dangerous puzzles will provide all the excitement they need.

Take a look at these bad boys…

We have Black, White, and Red All Over. They’re fiendish. Sadistic. Diabolical, if you will.

Spanning over a premium board, these limited edition 20×30 inch puzzles have been meticulously crafted for your puzzling pleasure.

A solid black, a solid white, and a solid red. Are you brave enough to take on such torment?

To be honest, I’m a little concerned about the creator’s sanity for being able to come up with such a series.

They’re perfect for friends, for enemies, and if you’re feeling particularly sadistic, they might even be considered self-care.

That’s what I did and let me tell you, I didn’t regret it.

I must admit, at one point, I wanted to give up, but I carried on pushing through it and boy was it worth it.

I’ve got a few tips for you if you think you’re brave enough to take it on.

Rather than trying to tackle the puzzle all in one go, it’s better to break it down into manageable chunks – and with Black, White and Red, you will have to do that.

Also, try and section of the types of pieces so edges in one pot, middle pieces in another.

And then work from the outside in.

Other than that, you’re on your own…

So if you’re in the mood to give it a go for yourself, then click here. But I’m not responsible for what you’re about to endure.
Happy puzzling, folks!

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