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Nice sculpture. How big was it? Is he speaking to the gods?
13/Jul/13 12:11 AM
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SER=8.2 UP=25
1)S-Wing:(7=3)f3-e3=(7)e4 or (3)f3-f78=(3)e7 => e4<>3 UP=81
13/Jul/13 12:19 AM
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More or less the same as Bud.
SSTS to UP25
1) (7)e4=f5-(7=3)e3-f789=e7 => e4<>3; UP81
13/Jul/13 12:49 AM
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This 8.2 reminds me of kobold's remark that SE 8.2s could usually be knocked off with a simple group chain or kraken, while a lowly 7.2 might take persistent chipping away over several steps until it yields.
13/Jul/13 1:13 AM
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Hi Jim. you may be right. I think that this is the easiest 8.2 I've ever seen.
13/Jul/13 1:25 AM
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Bud, I don't understand these: (7=3)f3-e3=(7)e4,

and (3)f3-f78=(3)e7 .

Are this meant to represent AICs?
13/Jul/13 2:31 AM
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1. Unique possibilities to 25.
2. Whether e7=3,e4=7;OR e7=9,f78=3;f3=7.UP81.
13/Jul/13 4:22 AM
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(25) 25@de9=>[d9<>1&e9<>6]
(26) 6@e13=>f3<>6
cb9=7=>{h7=7&g4=7=>[e3=7&e4=3=>f7=3]}=>f3={}=>cb9<& GT;7
(28) e4=3=>f5=7=>f3=3=>f7=8=>f8=6=>=>f9={}=>e4<>3

VHBC to More...
13/Jul/13 9:40 AM
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Jim, like an xy-wing, an S-wing has a pivot bi-value cell. In this case (37)f3. To complete the S-Wing you need a (3)=(-3)=(3)chain and a (7)=(-7)=(7)chain and these must both end in the same house. The advantage of using 2 chains, is that frequently you can expand one or both chains and get additional cell eliminations.
13/Jul/13 9:53 AM
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Bud,

Yes, understood, but your inferences are all confused.
13/Jul/13 1:16 PM
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13/Jul/13 4:46 PM
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