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 1. Note g56=45.Unique possibilities to 31.2. Whether c1=7,c4=5;OR c1=4=a9,a5=2,i5=1=b6,b5=4;g5=5.UP60.3. Whether b3=9;OR f3=9,h3=8;b7=8.UP81. 11/Nov/13 1:00 AM |  |
 Alfred, h3 is not 8. b7 is, though. 11/Nov/13 3:58 AM |  |
 Standard techniques UP 311. (5=7)c4-(7=4)c1-b1=b56-a56=148b56c5 =>c5<>5 UP 602. XY-wing (8=9)b7-(9=6)b3-(6=8)h3 =>h7<>8 UP 81 11/Nov/13 6:21 AM |  |
 Another way to write the first step in the other two solutions: (4=213)ahi5 - ((1 or 3)=674)ahi6 => a29|b56 <> 4 11/Nov/13 6:51 AM |  |
 (29) 45@g56=>g56<>3(32) 2?@a5=>i5=1=>{h5=3&b6=1=>f6=3=>[d4=5=>c4=7&g6=5=>a6=4=>c9=4]}=>c1={}=>a5& LT;>2(61) 8?@h3=>[b3=6&h7=9=>a9=9]=>a2={}=>h3<>8VHBC to 81V:Only cell left in Vertical column More... 11/Nov/13 6:53 AM |  |
 some of the MW-x series solved, excellent paths by peterj, MW-9, MW-8 somewhat better than mine.FYIMW-4 (almost the same)1. [(1)e1=*(4)d3-SS(4)a36.e6d45=(4-1)a5=a3] - (1=9)c1||aals(379)e1de3 # -9d1 // SS(2)dc7.ce6; -2d45.e9 2. More... 11/Nov/13 7:52 AM |  |
 Awww! Stop and look at the flowers. 11/Nov/13 7:52 AM |  |
 no attempts were ever submitted for the 10/27 puzzlesite puzzle, SG @ UP=26, FAIL; SE=9.0 (unsolved)700300600010000700050047000000500800200010009004009000000820060003000050009006003 The AHS links are a little too complex for SG's code (positional hidden sets).Not all that More... 11/Nov/13 7:57 AM |  |
 as you might imagine, many new puzzles have been submitted by SG .. hard to choose, just a few now. 11/Nov/13 8:04 AM |  |
 P-2000: Symmetry=AntiDiagonal, Start=25, SSTS=26SG @ UP=26, FAIL; SE=9.0 @ 4 dynamic kraken,7 kraken, 11 FC040006800300200000000000045070100000000002960200098030800020700006017020007000004 11/Nov/13 8:05 AM |  |
 P-2001: Symmetry=None, Start=25, SSTS=29SG @ Score=26; SE=9.0 @ 6 dynamic kraken, 12 kraken, 12 FC009701000210000000070003008002000006700650300000080700000000000004035090380400620 11/Nov/13 8:07 AM |  |
 P-2002: Symmetry=None, Start=25, SSTS=33SG @ UP=36, FAIL; SE=9.1 @ 4 dynamic kraken, 14 kraken, 13 FC006300000050000000020040580060001498400000620070009000001600800000000004000805230 11/Nov/13 8:09 AM |  |
 P-2003: Symmetry=None, Start=22, SSTS=26SG @ UP=31, FAIL; SE=9.0 @ 5 dynamic kraken, 13 kraken, 18 FC800006200003000040000020501004090000061004000000300000200800650070050000000002300 11/Nov/13 8:10 AM |  |
 P-2004: Symmetry=None, Start=26, SSTS=32SG @ UP=32, FAIL; SE=9.0 @ 6 dynamic kraken, 8 kraken, 7 FC060080000001004009009310400020000608043600010000000000400007006900000801010090042 11/Nov/13 8:12 AM |  |
 MW-1 (sotir):many other good possibilities exist after step 2, this may not be best, shortestpath I could find counting chaining steps. 1. UR(36)de.39::(8)e56=d5-d9=*(3)e8-de9=(43')bg9 # -8bg9.e8, -3d9 // xy: (1=6)i9-(6=5)i4-f4=f1-(5=1)e2-f1=g1 # -1g789.e9.i2 2. More... 11/Nov/13 8:16 AM |  |
 the remaining MW-2,3,5,6 remain unsolved ... 11/Nov/13 8:18 AM |  |
 Hi Sarah,I am not saying h3=8.Just that the consequence of b3=9;OR f3=9 is the same;namely b7=8. Best Regards,Alfred. 11/Nov/13 8:36 AM |  |
 Can't help but smile seeing these 11/Nov/13 11:47 AM |  |
 Yes grasshopper, my dear old Dad used to call these happy little fellows 'Johnny jump ups'!! 11/Nov/13 1:50 PM |  |
 I agree Grass-hopper and Gma Jackie...what are these guys thinking!!!Jolly Jump Ups is what I remember them as 11/Nov/13 1:52 PM |  |
 Bluey, you're correct...memory aint what it used to be, and the folk who knew the names are sadly, long gone! 11/Nov/13 1:54 PM |  |
 kobold, nice job on the 10/27 puzzle - not an obvious path imo! I struggled with it and gave up - a grid with a lot of possible chains most of which did nothing useful. I'd rather hit 'ice' quickly! 11/Nov/13 11:04 PM |  |
 P-2003,SE=9.0SSTS1)(9)f8=)9-3)f2=a2-(357=9)a456,=>a8<>92)(5=7)c9-hi9=(7-8)g8=h7-(8=3) f7-f2=a2-(379=5)a456,=>a8<>53)(4)a12=(4-6)a7=(6-7)c7=d7-d1=f3-(7=4)i3,=>b3<>44 More... 13/Nov/13 2:36 AM |  |

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