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|Sunday, 09 October 2011|
Puzzle courtesy of Barry R. Clarke, columnist for The Daily Telegraph and international puzzle expert.
Four different digits 1–9 are required to open a safe. The first and third numbers total ten; the second number is no more than four; the third number is a prime number; the fourth number is three less than the first; and the second number is one less than the fourth.
Can you find the four-digit safe combination?
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