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 1. Unique possibilities to 52.2. Whether b6=6=c8=g9,d9=8=i8;OR b6=7=g9=c8;f8=1.UP81. 19/Dec/16 12:30 AM |  |
 Or making use of the 18 Unresolvable Rectangle @ cg45: 2. c4=67 or else UR.3. Whether c4=7;OR b6=7;g9=7.UP81. 19/Dec/16 12:43 AM |  |
 SE=6.6 19/Dec/16 12:58 AM |  |
 Try another one, maybe more interesting,have not seen yet.Weekly Extreme 535, SE=7.3..1..9..4.76.4.38....3.6........7..3..4.6.8..5..1........6.2....95.7.12.1..9..4.. 19/Dec/16 1:04 AM |  |
 sotir's Weekly ExtremeStandard techniques up 301. (6)a6=a2-(6=8)i2-(8=4)d2-d6=(HP41)bh6 =>-6bh6 2. (3)c4=c13-a2=f2-e1=(3-9)e4=e6-ac6=(HP97)a5.c4 =>-8c4 3. (8)d2=d6-f4=(8-6)b4=b1-a2=(6)i2 =>-8i2 up 344. (3)e1=(3-9)e4=e6-(9=8)c6-(8=4)d6-d2=(4)f2 =>-3f2 up 81 19/Dec/16 3:07 AM |  |
 #28 18@i89=>i7g9<>18 58@ef6=>i6<>5 #53 6@bc8=>b7<>61?@c9=>g9=7=>b6=7=>c8=7=>b8=8=>b7=5=>a7={}=>c9&L T;>1#55 67@b68=>b4<>67 67@b6c4=>c4<>18 7?@c4=>g69=7=>c4<>7VHBC to More... 19/Dec/16 7:26 AM |  |
 c9&L T;>1c9<>1 19/Dec/16 7:27 AM |  |
 Hi all 8:07 19/Dec/16 10:44 AM |  |
 #28 18@i89=>i7g9<>18 58@ef6=>i6<>5 #53 6@bc8=>b7<>68?@i9=>c9=1=>g9=7=>b6=7=>c8=7=>b8=8=>b7=5=>a7={} =>i9<>8#55 67@b68=>b4<>67 67@b6c4=>c4<>18 More... 19/Dec/16 11:27 AM |  |
 This a different Weekly Extreme from the one Sotir posted (ie, from a different website). Number 231 007500000060008000200090040100000329000000800000020010005700000900010003080006000 19/Dec/16 6:41 PM |  |
 Hi Neil,Weekly Extreme No.535,see http://www.sudoku.org.ukWeekly Extreme 'Unsolvable' No.231 see www.sudokuwiki.orgBest regard,sotir 20/Dec/16 12:24 AM |  |
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