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 SE=7.21)(89=8)efi7-(8=7)i9-(7=6)d9,=>ef7<>6.UP=81 14/Mar/17 12:54 AM |  |
 Different chain, same result.(6)g7=(27)bg7-(7)i7=i9-(7=6)d9 -> -6ef7 14/Mar/17 2:13 AM |  |
 Here's an SE 8.5 from March 9 at http://www.sudokuoftheday.co.uk/sudoku.php?ACTION=sotd&RES=1024&LEVEL=A 1052300604600000002000800 00010002000000010004002900083000007890009300601800090000 14/Mar/17 2:21 AM |  |
 Site puzzle lcls to 35ALS XZ rule (2467=8)dghi9-(8=72)bi7 => -2bc9.g7; singles to 81 14/Mar/17 2:51 AM |  |
 Kate for an interesting photo. 14/Mar/17 4:31 AM |  |
 16:21 14/Mar/17 5:28 AM |  |
 #27 45@i34=>i1<>5 38@e3f1=>e3f1<>12 2@d13=>d5<>2 #29 1@ef2=>c2<>1#36 8@h56=>h9<>8 2@d13=>d89<>2 4@df8=>d9<>4 6@ef2=>f1<>67?@i9=>d9=6=>g7=6=>g1=3=>f1=8=>a…….i9<>8=>i9& LT;>7 More... 14/Mar/17 6:32 AM |  |
 i9& LT;>7i9<>7 14/Mar/17 6:33 AM |  |
 I must be hypocaffeinated. It only occurred to me later than the SIC I used could be easily recognized as a grouped Y-Wing:(6=7)d9-i9=(267)bgi7 -> -6ef7 ;UP81 14/Mar/17 7:10 AM |  |
 The reflection makes it seem the birds are acrobats, one standing on another one upside down, or like synchronized swimmers. 14/Mar/17 8:30 AM |  |
 13:54 14/Mar/17 4:15 PM |  |
 Jiminoregon's puzzle,SE=8.5SSTS1)(378=6)c875-c31=(6-3)a3=(3)a6,=>c6<>32)XW(6)ae34,=>f4cd3<> ;63)(9)b7=b9-(9=4)f9-(4=5)f4-ab4=(5-8)b5=(8)b9,=>b9<>94)(57=4)he6-(4=5)f4,=>d6<&G More... 15/Mar/17 2:45 AM |  |
 Here's my attempt.SSTS to UP30.#1 (3)a6=a3-b3=b7-(3=78)c78-(78=6)c5-a45=a3 -> -3a3;UP33.#2 X-wing (6)ae45 -> -6cd3f4#3 XYZ-Wing (4)f4=(57)f4d6 -> -4d6,-5e4#4 (9)b7=(9-8)b9=(8-5)b5=ab4-(5=4)f4-(4=9)f9 -> -9b7; UP35.#5 More... 15/Mar/17 3:43 AM |  |
 Path to Jim's 8.5 puzzlelcls to 301. Kraken row (4)bef4 =>-3b7; lcls to 34||(4)b4-b123=(41-3)c13=(3)c78||(4-6)e4=e3-a3=(61-3)c13=(3)c78||(4)f4-(4=9)f9-b9=(9)b72. (6)e4=e3-a3=(6-4)c13(AHS 1)=c6-e6=(4)e234(AHS 26) =>-7e43. (7=49)fg9)-f8=(9*-8)i8=(8)i9 More... 15/Mar/17 10:39 PM |  |

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