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 Fun jigsaw! Kate. 19/Mar/18 4:22 AM |  |
 (S.E. = 8.8) Basics to 241. (245=3)abc6-(3=2469)def5.e6 =>-24f6; basics to 262. X-wing (7)f8=g8-g3=def3 =>-7f13. (4=6)d5-e6=(6-8)i6=f6-d4=(8)d9 =>-4d94. (7)f8=g8-g3=(7-8)i1=h1-h8=(78)fg8 =>-4f85. Almost kite [(3)e9=a9-c7=c6]=(3-8)d9=d4-(8=3)f6 =>-3e66. Kraken More... 19/Mar/18 9:59 AM |  |
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 I think this puzzle has multiple solutions.Example below927316458465928713813754296354168972178492365 296835841689573124742681539531249687 20/Mar/18 6:35 AM |  |
 Hi CenomanThere must be an error on your logic somewhere if there is more then one solution.Good Luck Les 20/Mar/18 7:01 AM |  |
 Hi Les, Your example has 8 @ d4,e6 and e8. Best regards, Alfred. 20/Mar/18 8:15 AM |  |
 Hi Les,this puzzle has only one solution. Checked by my own solver and also on Andrew Stuart's site http://www.sudokuwiki.org9473168526159287438237541964521639781784923653968754212896375 14764581239531249687 Your 'example' of an alternate solution is not a valid solution: two 8s and no 7 in row 4, column f and box 5Regards, Cenoman. 20/Mar/18 8:50 AM |  |
 SE=8,8Basics to UP=241)(8):i6=f6-f8=d9,=>i9<>82)(2=496)fed5-(6)e6=(6-8)i6=(8)f6,=>f6<>23)(4= 6)d5-e6=(6-8)i6=(8)f6-f8=(8)d9,=>f6d9<>44)Kraken:(3)ade9,=>e6<>3(3)a9-c7=(3)c6 More... 20/Mar/18 9:31 AM |  |
 Thanks Cenoman and Alfred.Hats off to Cenoman and sotir for coming up with pathways.Cheers Les. 20/Mar/18 12:39 PM |  |
 Here is a simpler path (13 steps, one kraken)Basics to 24 1. (245=3)abc6-(3=2469)def5.e6 =>-24f6; basics to 262. (4=6)d5-e6=(6-8)i6=f6-d4=(8)d9 =>-4d93. Almost kite [(3)e9=a9-c7=c6]=(3-8)d9=d4-(8=3)f6 =>-3e64. X-chain (4)a45=abc6-e6=d5-d2=bc2 =>-4a15. More... 21/Mar/18 12:09 AM |  |
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