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20/Nov/16 12:30 AM
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1. Note b78=47. Unique possibilities to 53.
2. Whether a39=8;f2=8.UP81.
20/Nov/16 12:56 AM
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I remember kobold saying that he started his day with a cup of coffee and the toughest puzzles he could find (or generate).
I have been trying the same for a while. My pattern recognition has improved. Not sure about my logic.

I am sure this is a breeze for him, but I found this one More...
20/Nov/16 3:10 AM
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12:39
20/Nov/16 5:17 AM
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#24 12@b23=>b4c2<>12 #32 46@h78=>h6<>46
#54 8?@e8=>a39=8=>e8<>8
VHBC to #81
V:Only cell left in Vertical column for this candidate
H:Only cell left in Horizontal row for this candidate
B:Only cell left in 3X3 Box More...
20/Nov/16 6:13 AM
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Jiminoregon's tough,SE=8.4

1)(6=9)g9-ihg7=(9-1)f7=fe8-(1=6)c8,=>a9<>6
2)(5)b3=d3-(59=6)d92-(6=4)f1-(4 =3)e1-c1=(3)b3,=>d86<>5,d5<>9,i1<>4,f2<>6
3)(1)i1=g2-(1=13)g4i46-(4)i6=( 4-8)h6=d6-(8=1)d8-(15=4)f87-(4=6)f1,=>i1<>6.UP=81
20/Nov/16 8:32 AM
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Nice, sotir
20/Nov/16 9:07 AM
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Hi Jim,
Thank you for proposing this puzzle. It can be solved without kraken:
Standard techniques up 32
I like the Sue de Coq pattern. There is one in this puzzle:
1. Sue de Coq (ALS d9 - AALS d23 - ALS ef1, pivots 5,9 and 3,6) =>-4ef2.i1,-6f2, -5d68, -9d5 up 33
2. More...
20/Nov/16 9:18 AM
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cenoman,thank you for suggesting the Sue de Coq. I am trying to learn to recognize that more complex pattern and find it very useful.
21/Nov/16 3:43 AM
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