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 I thought it looked familiar. 23/Feb/17 12:03 AM |  |
 UP23; NP(25)fi7; [7b1=(7-5)a3=5a4-5i4=(5-2)i7=2f7-2e9=2e1]-2b1; UP81 23/Feb/17 1:12 AM |  |
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 Hi, You may be interested to see this Sudoku. It is from the sudowiki.org website, and it is the Unsolvable (Extreme) weekly puzzle. It's certainly the hardest puzzle I have found. SE 11.9 - and there are more than one 11.9. 060700000400080000005009010800060000009005030070900004000003501000090020002000300 23/Feb/17 1:35 AM |  |
 Sorry, sudokuwiki.ord 23/Feb/17 1:36 AM |  |
 SE 7.2lcls to 231. (2148=3)e3579-(3=172)f568 =>-2f7; singles to 81 23/Feb/17 2:06 AM |  |
 Lovely sunset ,on the water. 23/Feb/17 6:25 AM |  |
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 #24 25@fi7=>be7<>2 2@be19=>cdh19<>22?@f7=>b9=2=>c2=2=>e1=2=>f1=3=>17@f568=>f7<& GT;2VHBC to #81V:Only cell left in Vertical column for this candidateH:Only cell left in Horizontal row for this More... 23/Feb/17 7:59 PM |  |
 Hi Neil, the puzzle you mentioned above is the hardest 11.9 Champagne Dry Puzzle. See my post on sudowiki. Best regards, JC. 23/Feb/17 8:30 PM |  |
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