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 Basics to 271. (3)b1=(3-5)i1=i9-g8=(5)b8 =>-3b82. Almost kite (3)a8=a6-c4=f4 + fin 3a4[Kite(3)a8=a6-c4=f4] = (3-1)a4=a9-bc7=d7-(1=8)d2-f3=(8)f8 =>-3f8; singles to 81 27/Apr/18 1:06 AM |  |
 Owls are such interesting birds. I love seeing them. 27/Apr/18 5:03 AM |  |
 1. Unique possibilities to 27.2. Whether d23=18;OR d3=4=b1,i1=3,i9=5,ab9=16,d72=18;f8=8.UP31.3. Whether b1=3;OR i1=3,i9=5=b8;a8=3.UP81. 27/Apr/18 5:35 AM |  |
 Ignoring Basics#29 1?@e9=>{a4=1=>a9=6=>c4=6,f7=2=>g4=2=>g5=1=>c5=7}=>i4=4=>d6=4=>d7=3=>d9 =9=>c9=4=>c3=1=>d3={}=>e9<>1Basics ignoring direct use of Rules#28 26@ef5=>e46cg5<>26=>489@e468=>e29<>489 8@fg38=>e8d3<>8#32 1@d79=>d23<>1 27/Apr/18 6:08 AM |  |
 Unique possibilities to 28Basics to 28 27/Apr/18 6:09 AM |  |
 Hi Les,Do you include e6=8 in your results of basics ?To me, e6=8 is the result of the X-wing (8)fg38, and the X-wing pattern is not part of 'basics'. Basics is another name of LCLS techniques (Locked Candidates, Locked Sets). The union of LCLS techniques + wings + fishes + simple colouring More... 27/Apr/18 7:24 AM |  |
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 Hi Cenoman & Alfred,Thanks for your response Cenoman.As an X-wing is considered an SSTS but not LCLS I will endeavour to remember this in future when using the term 'Basics'.However as 8@fg38 (X-wing) results from the consideration of the distribution of 8's only I believe Alfred would More... 27/Apr/18 9:45 AM |  |
 Hi Les. I class the X-wing as a separate step, and would say : Locked 8s @ fg38;so e8<>8. Best Regards, Alfred. 27/Apr/18 11:15 AM |  |
 all. Aren't owls gorgeous?! 27/Apr/18 12:15 PM |  |
 Ignoring Basics(& X-wings)#29 1?@e9=>{a4=1=>a9=6=>c4=6,f7=2=>g4=2=>g5=1=>c5=7}=>i4=4=>d6=4=>d7=3=>d9 =9=>c9=4=>c3=1=>d3={}=>e9<>1Basics(& X-wings) ignoring direct use of Rules#28 26@ef5=>e46cg5<>26=>489@e468=>e29<>489 8@fg38=>e8d3<>8#32 1@d79=>d23<>1 28/Apr/18 10:10 AM |  |

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