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Hi Everyone,

I've taken the plunge and joined Steve as a blogger. More of a 'how to make a living on the net' and 'what I'm up to' blog, hopefully you'll find it interesting.

http://gathadams.com

Link is also in the main nav bar at the top of the page, under 'Blog'.


Gath
16/Mar/07 3:20 PM
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This is a friend's farm that I was visiting recently.
17/Mar/07 12:02 AM
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Hi!
I decided to blog this relatively easy puzzle.

The techniques demonstrated today are very valuable.
17/Mar/07 12:09 AM
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Red Gum tree, well Hi LG
17/Mar/07 12:29 AM
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Good Night all!
17/Mar/07 12:33 AM
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Maen! (I think I've got that right!) For me, it is only 10:30 A.M. of March 16th; my question is: since many of you are a day ahead of me, do you view chat posted on what is -- for you-- the day before?
17/Mar/07 1:29 AM
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Yes, I'm finally getting it!
Thanks for your blog, but I only used the 'almost naked triple'.
You didn't noticed the locked 2s on i23, that deleted the 2s from i789 and created a triple 147 in those cells.
Then it was even easier :)
17/Mar/07 1:37 AM
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Finally had to guess on this one. Oh well. Have a wonderful weekend and St. Patrick's Day, everyone!
17/Mar/07 2:14 AM
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20:32 Maen. Easy 'tough' one today, but I still took a long time. Gotta hit those Steve-blogs for some tips!
17/Mar/07 2:24 AM
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Fairly straightforward today. Happy St. Pat's Day!
17/Mar/07 2:42 AM
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13:52
17/Mar/07 3:03 AM
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and Happy St. Patricks Day
17/Mar/07 3:32 AM
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Nice picture ANNE .
17/Mar/07 3:38 AM
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10:03
17/Mar/07 4:45 AM
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Easy tough today...really enjoyed the shamrocks floating across the page! Thanks Gath!
17/Mar/07 4:58 AM
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Good afternoon to all, and luck of the Irish to you! So that's where chewing gum comes from!
17/Mar/07 5:53 AM
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Finally got there. Took me an hour.

1) UP b6=3
2) A blind pair ac6=79 forces a5=5, i4=5 & e6=5.
these imply UPs g4=7, h6=4, d6=8 & f5=4
3) If h1=3, then we have another blind pair h89=26 forcing i5=e4=d3=3, g5=i2=9, and also i3=2.
This is a contradiction as now a2 must More...
17/Mar/07 6:35 AM
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Oops! Forgot b2=8 from step 1 (the only cell on column b that may contain an 8). This is essential, as otherwise row 2 has extra space in the bottom left region, and we won't get the contradiction ending my solution.
17/Mar/07 6:39 AM
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Just one tiny guess for me today - and it was a correct guess. So not too bad, as toughs go.
17/Mar/07 7:57 AM
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Hi to all that took me ages to do. Couldn't see anything, funny when you are not concentrating it all goes to pot!! Lovely shot Anne x
17/Mar/07 8:26 AM
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I think I will start reading Steve's blogs as well. Taking to much time to find the key.
17/Mar/07 10:43 AM
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Hi Bea!
Thank-you!
Sometimes, I do not list easy steps in the blog, such as the locked 2s that you mentioned. This is not because I did not see them, but rather because the proof of the puzzle did not require the step. Mainly, I choose not to illustrate such steps to keep the blog page More...
17/Mar/07 5:49 PM
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Hi Jyrki!
Thanks so much for posting your manner of attack.
It seems that we peddled similar paths on this one!
17/Mar/07 11:29 PM
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9:41...lucky today and saw it quickly...good start to the weekend
18/Mar/07 12:04 AM
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Quite simple but took me more time than expected, due to silly mistakes I made.
29/May/07 1:45 PM
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SE=7.2
06/Sep/10 10:46 PM
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