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 site puzzle beginner level of course:0. SSTE// XYC e6->e3, -6e3 21/Oct/11 12:36 AM |  |
 JBT 8.3 intermediate:000200046004001005030000800800060010000908000050070003008000070500600100620004000 21/Oct/11 12:56 AM |  |
 WOW! Gorgeous photo! 21/Oct/11 1:42 AM |  |
 JBT 8.4 beginner level (SE @ 5K x 15..19FC incl. turbots)207000009001008000000500160000100200402000000010006080005000600000830050000200034 21/Oct/11 1:56 AM |  |
 JBT 8.5 advanced level (SE @ 14K x 6FC)070000000000810000000567080080000000000300510401009700067030050900040003100000020 21/Oct/11 3:14 AM |  |
 note: switching to * rating system.JBT beginner is *, intermediate **, advanced ***.T-Lite is **** and most challenging TT is *****.Super challengers that only Steve or ttt can solve (meaning I could find no satisfactory path or only very long multi-aaic path) will be *****!? (example - first 8.9 posted yesterday should have been *****!?). 21/Oct/11 3:35 AM |  |
 example:* 8.3 (SE @ 6K x 9FC)035000000400059000000103000900006000020030004800000012070062000600000105000700008 21/Oct/11 4:03 AM |  |
 Looks like a great place to have a glass of something and watch the sunset ... anyone joining me? 21/Oct/11 4:08 AM |  |
 Looks really nice. My high school flame spent a year in Key West as an exchange student. Too bad I have never had chance to go there. Today's puzzle didn't need too much. After the initial stage: (8)e3=f2-f5=(29)cf5-(9=6)a5-d5=(6)e6 =>e3<>6 and it was plain sailing from that point on. 21/Oct/11 5:47 AM |  |
 8.5 *** My solution is an uninteresting uninspired stroll0) SSTS1) (6=2)d4 - e456 = e9 - (2=34)f89 - f5 = HP(48)i45 => i5<>62) Ur(34) => (HP36)hd4 = (4)h7f56 - d6 = d9 - (4=23)f89 - e9 = (2)e456 => d4<>2; Some SSTS3) (6=4)h9 - d9 = (41'-15')df6 = (5-6)f1 = More... 21/Oct/11 9:50 AM |  |
 I suppose there is a typo or two above. One is2) Ur(34) => (HP36)hd4 = (4)h6f56 - d6 = d9 - (4=23)f89 - e9 = (2)e456 => d4<>2; Some SSTS 21/Oct/11 9:52 AM |  |
 My apologies. Apparently I deleted the Ring required to eliminate(3)at h6: After SSTS, (49)ring (49)h689,chi7 => (49)c7,h6; gi8<>49. 21/Oct/11 9:55 AM |  |
 another way for 8.5 *** using short aals1. aals(2469.18)i3567 # -2d4(2469)i3567-(6)hi4=d4||(1)i3-d3=MW(92)d3/de9.e456||(8-4)i5=(234)f589-(2)f23=d232. (6=4)h9-d9=(4-1)d6=(1-5)f6=(5-6)f1=f2 # -6h23. (1=5)f6-e4=(5-2)b4=b2-(2=1)d2 # -1d6, UP81 21/Oct/11 11:52 AM |  |
 beautiful pic 21/Oct/11 11:59 AM |  |
 for second 8.3 * posted:1. (6)i7=bc7-b8=MW(81)b8/b2.ca3-(1)a9=i9 # -6i9 21/Oct/11 12:24 PM |  |
 8.4 *1. (8=679)a2bc1-(6)c2=(6-8)c6=SS(8)c17.bg9 # -8g12. (3=7)i7-(357=6)i46g5-(6=389)c146 # -3c7.i6, UP81 21/Oct/11 12:31 PM |  |
 8.3 ** (some kraken abuse?)0. SSTs// FXW(1)be25, -1d31. (2)e3=(2-8)e2=(8-4)i2=i3 # -2i32. K Column(4)a345 # -2i2, -27a5, UP81(4-3)a5=a3-MR(14)b5/a543.b3=(7)b5-(7=2)i5||(4)a4-(4=279)g4i56||(4)a3-i3=i2 21/Oct/11 12:34 PM |  |
 I'll join you Cathy, cheers!!Lovely!! 21/Oct/11 2:47 PM |  |
 8.3**A pattern-in-aic approach...#0 SSTS, kite(7) ; c9<>7, kite(1) ; d3<>1#1 (2)e3=(2-8)e2=(8-4)i2=i3 ; i3<>2#2 w-wing(4-9)g4,i3,a34=a5 - (3)a5=a3 - (3=79)c12 - b23=b6 - gi6=g4 ; g1<>9// w-wing(8-9)e8,i1,ei2 ; e1<>9// colouring(9) h8=h2-i1=c1=b23=b6-a4=g4 ; g89<>9// w-wing(9-1)a9,b3,f39 ; a3<>1 21/Oct/11 11:03 PM |  |

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