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 SE 7.2#1 SSTS to UP42#2 (8)d3=d8-(8=3)g8-(3=5)g5-d5=(568)deh2 -> -8f2; UP49.#3 (9)c3=e3-f1=(9-8)f8=(8-4)f7=a7-(4=3)a3 -> -3c3; UP81. 17/May/17 12:27 AM |  |
 lcls to 431. (4)b1=b8-a7=f7*-(4=7)f5-f1=(7)d1 =>-4f1*, -4d1; lcls to 442. (3=4)b8-(4=8)d8-f7=(8-3)f2=(3)f6 =>-3b6; singles to 81 17/May/17 1:09 AM |  |
 I guess I can't count without coffee ;-) 17/May/17 5:40 AM |  |
 Hi Jim, if my interpretation is correct, when the puzzle is issued (at 12am in Australia) it is 7 am for you (Portland, Oregon ?) and 4 pm for me (CEST). You have the right to need coffee, at the crowing rooster time ! I am not enough of an early bird to solve sudoku puzzles at 7 pm... 17/May/17 6:07 AM |  |
 Yes, cenoman, that is correct. Your time of day is far more civilized than mine. 17/May/17 6:41 AM |  |
 #28 69@ac3=>b8<>6#29 15@gi1=>bd1<>15 #35 3@ac3=>d3<>3 478@d138=>d45<>478 #43 47@ef8=>ef5<>6#44 9@hi7=>f7<>9 3?@g8=>b6=3=>b4=1=>b1=9=>f8=9=>d8=8=>f2=8=>d2=3=>d4={}=>g8<>3 VHBC to More... 17/May/17 6:56 AM |  |
 Basic techniques to UP=431. (6)f6 = HP(65)eh6 - (5)h7 = HP(58)gf7 - (8=36)f26 => -6f1; UP = 492. (7=4)f5 - f7 = a7 - b8 = b1 - (4=7)d1 => -7f1 ; UP 81 17/May/17 10:13 AM |  |

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