Please post the primes you find here and include the values for

k and n, and your prover code.

If the prime is large enough (n>214000 as of Jan 2006), please

submit the prime to Chris Caldwell's "top 5000" Database. If this is the

first prime you have found, and you do not have a prover code create a

new bio and include RPS in your prover code.

Submit primes to the top-5000 database
You must use the full notation of k*2^n-1 for submission.