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 Very nice photo, Keyan! 12/Oct/11 12:21 AM |  |
 site puzzle intermediate 7.31. (9)e5=h5-(9=2)h8-(2=6)g8-g2=e2 # -6e5, -9e2//als-xz:(7=8)b5-(8=579)h5i46; -7g5, UP81 12/Oct/11 12:48 AM |  |
 JBT 8.3 beginner level (having trouble finding harder puzzles today):040090300800000079070000006000016800600409005001320000400000020560000001003040050 12/Oct/11 1:45 AM |  |
 T-Lite 8.5 (SE @ 6K x 21FC)040000070050901000801200050400100006000400200032009004070000010003008000000610300 12/Oct/11 2:59 AM |  |
 JBT8.3 "Beginner"#0 SSTS, als-xz (8=3567)e78df9-(3=78)e25 -loop ; df7<>5, d8<>56, e3<>78#1 (2)a9=i9 - (2=793)g4h6i6 - (3)a6=a7 - (3=12)b8a9 ; ac7<>2, c8<>2// er(2) b8a9,i96 ; b6<>2#2 (2)b8=a9 - (28=7)i91 - a1=a46 - c5=e5 - (7=5)d6 - More... 12/Oct/11 3:41 AM |  |
 Kobold, ongoing thanks for the puzzles! 12/Oct/11 3:41 AM |  |
 Keyan! Have a great day, everyone. 12/Oct/11 4:56 AM |  |
 also using 7-kites for JBT 8.3 beg.1. (7)a6=SS(7)a14.g4i6-i1=(37')i46-(2=379)g4hi6 # -3a6// WW(78)e2i1.[SS(7)ec5.a641], -8h2.df1// SS(7)a14.g4i6, -7i1 12/Oct/11 6:27 AM |  |
 typo, ..(7)i1=(37')i36.. 12/Oct/11 6:55 AM |  |
 1. Note i79=18. Unique possibilities to 25.2. Whether h5=9;OR h5=8,e5=9=a2,b5=7=a1=g2,g1=8,i1=6;i8=9. UP81. 12/Oct/11 6:59 AM |  |
 I get UP to 30 on this one 12/Oct/11 9:44 AM |  |
 Actually UP to 33 i79=18 and e8f7 = 45 12/Oct/11 10:00 AM |  |
 Lovely!! 12/Oct/11 10:16 AM |  |
 9:21 What's going on? I got this puzzle out faster than the hard or medium and I didn't even have to make any guesses like I usually do..I know I didn't get any smarter overnight Must be just lucky today.Lovely pic... 12/Oct/11 11:09 AM |  |
 Hi Ants, I got the 2 pairs 18, and 45. But after g7=3=h3, and i3=4,(UP25)what is your next UP?Regards, Alfred. 12/Oct/11 11:32 AM |  |
 T-Lite 8.5Used a simple SIN found exploring almost-fish(4) - but then it wouldn't die quick!#0 SSTS, finned-swordfish(7) 167/efi,g6 ; i5<>7#1 (4)e2=gh2 - (4=2)h1 - (2=8961)b1675 -(6=9)c9* & -(1)i5=i9 - *(19=6)g9 - gh8=e8 ; e8<>4// kite(6) ; b2<>6, skyscraper(6) More... 12/Oct/11 5:12 PM |  |
 Hi everyone, It's neat that all these old pics I posted years ago are coming up again. Thanks for the kind words! - Keyan 12/Oct/11 5:18 PM |  |

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