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 se=8.3, 1.5 points * level // h-wing(74)b6/(4)cg5.(9)ga5; -7a5// UR(35)bf.12::(5)b9=*(1)f1.a19; -5a91. (1)a9=(1-5)a1=a2-(5=3)f2-f5=(3-4)c5=(4-7)b6=a6 # -7a192. (7)a2=a6-(7=4)b6-c5=(4-9)g5=g7-(9=4)h7-e7=e2 # -7e2, -4c2 17/Oct/15 2:10 AM |  |
 A8: Symmetry=None, Start=25, SSTS=31, SG=13.0, SE=8.5000006800084000500060002003000029001030501080400070900010000000805097000000105000 17/Oct/15 3:31 AM |  |
 Tough of the day:Standard techniques UP 271. (9)a5=(9-4)g5=g6-(4=7)b6 =>-7a5 UP 292. (1)a9=c78-c3=(1-367)e237=(6)f9 =>-1f93. (2)f6=f5-(2=8)i5-(8=9)a5-a4=(9-5)h4=(5-1)i4=(1)de4 =>-1f6 UP 384. (3=5)g3-(5=7)h3-hi1=(7-3)b1=(3)b2 =>-3g25. (4)c5=(4-9)g5=g7-(9=4)h7-e7=(4)e2 =>-4c2 UP 81 17/Oct/15 6:46 AM |  |
 Hi cenoman. After your step 1, a5=89, how do you get two more UPs to reach UP29 ? Best regards, Alfred. 17/Oct/15 10:24 PM |  |
 A-8, SE=8.5SSTS1)((6)a6=ac5-(6=4)e5-(4=5)e9-ab9=(5)a7,=>a6<>52)Kraken:(4)i1259,=>d9< >4(4)i9||(4)i5-e5=(4)e79||(4-6)i2=d2-d46=(6-4)e5=(4)e79||(4-8)i1=e1-(8=54)e793)(9 More... 19/Oct/15 12:24 AM |  |
 Typo: 6),=>b4<>5 19/Oct/15 12:40 AM |  |
 Hi Alfred,at step 1, after -7a5, you get d5=7 (hidden single in row 5) and subsequently d2=2 (hidden single in column d).Best regards. 19/Oct/15 7:07 AM |  |
 Hi again cenoman. Sorry, I still can't see it. Why can't c5 still =7 ? 19/Oct/15 7:51 AM |  |
 Hi Alfred,I guess you have missed some elimination while processing standard techniques...No 7@c5 because of a naked triple (127)@c237... Here is a possible sequence:Naked single b3=8Hidden single b7=9Hidden single f2=9Locked set (2)@c23 in block 1 More... 19/Oct/15 8:35 AM |  |
 Thanks, cenoman.I missed the triple 127 in column c.(BTW,your notation is not always 1-9 from bottom to top, but I still could follow it.) Best regards, Alfred. 19/Oct/15 10:50 AM |  |

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