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Many people have asked me, what one can do if reCaptcha comes up with extremely hard puzzles, so let me give you the solution to that, at least a solution that works with Chrome:

The Problem is, Chrome logs your activity and remembers every time you get a captcha wrong and if you either get too many captchas wrong or you access too many captchas, reCaptcha steps up difficulty up to the point where it completely locks you out.
If that happens, you have to delete all the stuff Chrome has recorded and luckily you can do that yourself, because Chrome saves all that on your own harddisk.

- Close Chrome and reopen it, so you have a blank window without a website displayed
- Goto Tools - Clear Browser Data, set it to "complete" and delete everything it offers.
- Close Chrome again, make sure you have all Chrome windows closed, including downloads and everything.
- Open Windows Explorer and go to C:\Users\yourname\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default
Delete in there the files
- Cookies
- Cookies-journal
- Current Session
- Extension Cookies
- Extension Cookies-journal
- History
- History Provider Cache
- History-journal
- Last Session
- Last Tabs

Reboot your PC and you're good to go for a fresh start.

In some rare cases you also have to obtain a new IP, which you can usually do by detaching your modem for about 10 minutes, depending on your provider, but most times this step isn't necessary.