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 Nice display, Wilodene! 23/Aug/14 12:06 AM |  |
 yesterday's puzzle still unsolved,another tough one:X-118 ***: Symmetry=None, Start=24, SSTS=32, SG=19.25, SE=8.5000000003000870002490056008060081000500000000800000037004120009000009400080600000 23/Aug/14 1:31 AM |  |
 X-117 (unsolved) 1. DK: (137=4)ag7 - (4=2567)e237 # -2b6[(2=5)c6 - (5=1)c3-f3=d2-(1=7)d7 - (37=*1)ag7-(1=25)b89]||[(6)i1=i7-(6=*257)e237] - (75')ei1=(5)bc1-a23=WW(25)b8,c6/(5)a4689* 2. [(9=5)g4-(5=*8)g3 - (378=2)g79i8-(2=5)b8-(5=9)b6] - (9=3)h6||(9)g3 - More... 23/Aug/14 1:38 AM |  |
 one might start yesterday's puzzle like this: // SS(4)f35.g52; -4e21. (3)d9=c9-(137=2)c135 - SS(2)d57.ec8*=(569)cef8 # -9d92. aals[(5=3)a7-(139=*2)a136-e6=e7] - (5)e7=e3||(8)a6-f6=(8-4)f5=e4 # -4e3 no more krakens needed, takes a fair number of small steps to break it down. 23/Aug/14 1:45 AM |  |
 Peronsal stuff. Back to the salt mines after this. Appling to be AAAS policy fellow, working on climate change issues.krakenless pathSE 7.2#1) SSTS to UP29.#2) cycle (5)d8=f9-f2=(5-6)i2=e2-d2=(6-5)d8 -> -2d8,-6e3i8,-39i2; UP30.#3) (9)b2=HP(89)ab8-5a8=d8-(5=1)f9-b9=HP(39)a8b9 More... 23/Aug/14 2:05 AM |  |
 site puzzle (SG's path = 1.5 points) 1. (9)b2=b8-(139=6)ghi8 - (6)d8=d3-e2=(6-5)i2=f2 # -9fi2, -6i8// xy: (1=5)f9 - (5)f2==(6)d8-e9=c9 # -1c9// VW(13)b9,(36)e9.c97; -1c7 23/Aug/14 2:08 AM |  |
 Another beautiful Native photo. Wilodene. 23/Aug/14 3:07 AM |  |
 1. Unique possibilities to 27.2. Whether d3=6=i2,f2=5;OR d8=6=g7,a7=9=b2;f6=9.UP32.3. Whether f2=5=d8,d3=6;OR i2=5,e2=6;f8/i2=56.UP33.4. Whether h4=3,h8=9;OR h4=7=e6,b69=13;a7=9.UP36.5. Whether e9=6;OR e9=3,b9=1=e6,e4=7,h4=3=c2=g7,gi8=6;d8=5.UP81. 23/Aug/14 7:23 AM |  |
 Hello everyone!Another wonderful photo & fun jigsaw, Wilodene!! Thanks! 23/Aug/14 8:01 AM |  |
 My step 4 is not necessary. 23/Aug/14 8:05 AM |  |
 (28) 9?@f2=>[b8=9=>g7=9&i2=5=>e2=6]=>c79=6=>f2<>9(33) 1@f79=>e9<>11?@b6=>b9=3=>e9=6=>[c7=6=>c9=1&i2=6=>f2=5]=>f9={} =>b6<>1(45) 368@e279=>e8<>368(46) More... 23/Aug/14 8:34 AM |  |
 Hi Alfred.Yesterday's puzzle was solved after all. See comment for yesterday. 23/Aug/14 8:52 AM |  |
 Hi Les. I was mistaken yesterday about c9. Sorry about that. The rest of your logic checks out ok too. Best Regards, Alfred. 23/Aug/14 1:14 PM |  |
 Hi Alfred.Thanks for checking my long path.Cheers Les 24/Aug/14 8:39 AM |  |

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