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 Nope! don't want to see that coming at me! 11/Sep/11 12:38 AM |  |
 WOW! Brave photographer! 11/Sep/11 1:22 AM |  |
 T-Lite 8.9 for today (SE @ 4 dynamic kraken, 3 krakens, 8 chains and BUG-1) 003000100400100200060507009070900030000001490000000000800000060200709013007360004 11/Sep/11 1:49 AM |  |
 JBT 8.3 advanced level: 000005001080000350000860040004007003005020400600400200010098000057000090800100000 11/Sep/11 2:36 AM |  |
 Musta been scary taking that picture! Wouldn't want to be in a situation like that. 11/Sep/11 2:37 AM |  |
 JBT 8.4 advanced level (SE @ 13 kraken, 5 chains - again the suspicious imbalance between chains and krakens suggests SE was taking pot-shots and missed simpler path). 900600510023008096000090008000146080000709100000082009706000020040000030008000001 11/Sep/11 3:37 AM |  |
 BTW, site puzzle is another trite beginner level.(1=4)b9-(4=8)a8-a1=f1-(8=1)f4 # -1f9; RIP 11/Sep/11 3:51 AM |  |
 OR:1. Unique possibilities to 45.2. If e8=4,locked 4s at df5&a123;the 68 rectangle at bc35 cannot be resolved.So e8=1.UP81. 11/Sep/11 8:24 AM |  |
 Straight forward after UP to 45. 11/Sep/11 10:13 AM |  |
 Awesome!! 11/Sep/11 12:46 PM |  |
 T-Lite 8.9 (4 aic, max depth 4)1. (6)d5=a5 - { (6=5*)a6-(5=9)a1-(9=568)g126 } extend * - (258=6)bcd5# +6d5, -5g34.a45, -8g4; FXW(5), -5h12. SS(2)d34.fh1=d9-b9=(2-8)c7=SS(8)eg2.eh7-(8=2)h1 # -2h43. { MW(95)c28.a1456=(8)c8-(28=5)c57 } # -258.c464. YW(67.5)e4g46=(3)e4-(3=5)f4 # -5 hi4, SSTE// SS(8), -8i9; SS(5), -5a1; SS(4), -4c3 11/Sep/11 10:24 PM |  |

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