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 What a pretty blue ...usually in the deep blue? 27/Aug/13 12:10 AM |  |
 1. Unique possibilities to 26.2. Whether d3=6=i7;OR e2=6,f2=7,ef1=54;i13=9.UP38.3. Whether f2=7,e2=6;OR f2=4,a3=56(to avoid the 18 unresolvable rectangle at af13).UP50.4. Whether f7=7;OR f7=8,i7=6=e9;e2=7.UP81. 27/Aug/13 1:08 AM |  |
 SE=8.4SSTS to UP=261)(1)b13=a13-a8=gi8-(1=6)i9-i7=d7-(6=18)df3-(8)f1=(8)a1,=>a13<>12)(9)h7=(9-6)i7=d7 -(6=81)df3-(1)f1=(1-9)b1=(9)i1,=>i7<>93)(3=8)d8-i8=(8-6)i7=(6)d7,=>d7<>3.UP=81 27/Aug/13 2:44 AM |  |
 Lovely blue flowers, Sue. Fun puzzle , too. 27/Aug/13 2:52 AM |  |
 SG's path for this 8.4 JBT similar to Alfred's:// ext. als-xz: (9=45)ei1-(148=6)d3f13-d7=i7 # -9i71. UR(18)::(1)a89=*(4)f1-(4=9)i1-(9=1)b1 # -1a13// WW(68)d3,i7/di8; -6d7 27/Aug/13 4:31 AM |  |
 P400, a tougher 8.4: Symmetry=AntiDiagonal, Start=25, SSTS=29SG @ 2 kraken, 15 aic; SE=8.4 @ 14 kraken, 23 FC300070010000820700008500000081902005520010040000700000060000003900050060000300100 27/Aug/13 5:56 AM |  |
 P401 (JBT): Symmetry=None, Start=23, SSTS=25SG @ 2 kraken, 1 aic; SE=8.5 @ 12 kraken, 11 FC003007001090060200005200040000000170006100083400003000000000029100500000058000000 27/Aug/13 5:58 AM |  |
 P402 (JBT): Symmetry=None, Start=25, SSTS=29SG @ UP=30, FAIL; SE=9.0 @ 6 dynamic kraken, 15 kraken, 10 FC009002056560030000200500000800096000004050007010300800058000100900040000000000790 27/Aug/13 5:59 AM |  |
 P403: Symmetry=None, Start=25, SSTS=33Solved to UP=81 @ 2 kraken, 10 aic; SE=8.9 @ 4 dynamic kraken, 3 kraken, 18 FC000000800080002067000010050000630040900008005360000008020701009007040000190000004 27/Aug/13 6:01 AM |  |
 P404 (tough): Symmetry=AntiDiagonal, Start=25, SSTS=31SG @ 7 kraken, 9 aic; SE=9.0 @ 8 dynamic kraken, 3 kraken, 13 FC400000000023000409078002010000500890000007001002089000080400000001300070060020005 27/Aug/13 6:04 AM |  |
 P405 (JBT): Symmetry=None, Start=25, SSTS=30SG @ 2 kraken, 3 aic; SE=8.9 @ 3 dynamic kraken, 6 kraken, 8 FC000300001001005073930020060006000000000001050400296030800514000000000820009000000 27/Aug/13 6:05 AM |  |
 P406: Symmetry=AntiDiagonal, Start=25, SSTS=30Solved to UP=81 @ 6 kraken, 7 aic; SE=8.9 @ 3 dynamic kraken, 9 kraken, 7 FC000610070000008005000900210807000000200001000050060082004000003601007090030004500 27/Aug/13 6:07 AM |  |
 P407 (JBT): Symmetry=None, Start=23, SSTS=32SG @ UP=33, FAIL; SE=8.9 @ 1 dynamic kraken, 9 kraken, 3 FC003050700760000040090008000905002300020000908000600002600010050000000100030000009 27/Aug/13 6:09 AM |  |
 P408 (tough): Symmetry=None, Start=24, SSTS=30SG @ UP=30, FAIL; SE=9.0 @ 3 dynamic kraken, 11 kraken, 13 FC700000040035000008000000679400820000000400900860090000000670000002080036080000500 27/Aug/13 6:10 AM |  |
 two paths for the 40x series -- P408 is a very tough 9.0 which drags its' feet all the way, I lost patience at step 5and used a kraken where a series of AIC will suffice, perhaps someone canfind a better ending after step 3 (SE=8.4 at this point). Step 1 is very obscureand not More... 27/Aug/13 6:21 AM |  |
 Site puzzle. Standard techniques UP 261. (6)i7=i9-e9=(6-457)e12.f2=(4)f1-(45=9)ei1 =>i7<>9 UP 382. (68)a13=(6)a2-e2=e9-(6=1)i9-ac9=(1)a8 a13<>1 UP 503. (3=8)d8-df7=(8-6)i7=(6)d7 =>d7<>3 UP 81 27/Aug/13 7:49 AM |  |
 (27) 7?@g8=>g3=9=>i7=9=>d7=6=>e2=6=>[e1=5&f2=7=>i2=4]=>i1={}=>g8<>7 (31) 9?@h3=>i7=9=>d7=6=>e2=6=>[e1=5&f2=7=>i2=4]=>i1={}=>h3<>9(32) 5@h56=>h3<>5(38) More... 27/Aug/13 8:34 AM |  |
 Pretty photo, Sue thanks! 27/Aug/13 10:08 AM |  |
 P400: loopy 8.4, hard to find a short path, both SG & SE long and gnarly1 one-off kraken, 4 aic: // SF(8)fgi.259// HMW(83)f5/f8.[(5)g9h8].i9; -8i51. (3)f8=h8-(3=7)h6-(467=1)a468 # -1f82. { SS(3)fh8.he6=g6-(379=8)h6gi5-(8=3)f5 } # -(39)gh43. More... 28/Aug/13 4:45 AM |  |
 P401:1. MR(69)g4/g79h9.=(4589)degh9-(3478=5)adhi8 # -5h9// xy: (3)g7=h8-(3=6)h2-(6=9)h9 # -9g72. (2=9)c6-SS(9)a651.d16=d4-(569=2)ghi4 # -2i6// MR(69)d6/deg4.; -9e56, -6f6// SS(9)c62.e24; -9d6 28/Aug/13 4:46 AM |  |
 P402: the pattern aals unreachable in SG's world, so it failed; still IMHO a JBT;// 1 one-off aals, 1 aic: 1. aals[SS(7)bcd6.da9=(87'-4)b79=a9-d9=*(6)d12-d3=h3-h4=a4] - (7)a4=ef4||(1278)d1259 # -7d6// HW(34)g9/ab9b7.(8)b9; -3b92. More... 28/Aug/13 4:47 AM |  |
 P403:1. (1=4)d5-SS(4)b579.acd8=(4-1)g8=c8 # -1c52. (9=5)e8-(5=4)a8-b79=(4-7)b5=(7-2)e5=e4 # -9e43. aals[SW(45)a8/ac3,a6c4=(5)b6-(5=3)b2-(359=*7)f246-(7=2)e5-(2=4)c5]||(4)f4 # -4c44. YW(57.4)a68,b5=(2)a6-(2=1)i6-b6=b9-i9=(1-4)g8=g7 # -4b79// WW(92)h9,g6/i679; -9h4// xy: (9)d4=(9-2)d2=h2-(2=7)h1-g1=g4 # -9g4// SS(6)a37.ce9; -6e3 28/Aug/13 4:49 AM |  |
 P404: very resistant and gnarly 9.0, still an SE=8.3 @UP40 after step 3; 1 kraken DK, 4..6 aic: 1. DK: (6)e56=d4 - (69=18)d79 # -5h8[(5=16)ad4-(6)gh4=gh5-e5=*e6-(6=7)c6-(167=5)a468] - (5)a7=g7||[(8)h8=df8-(8=*1)d9-SS(1)da4.b59=(56)ad4-(5)a7=g7]2. More... 28/Aug/13 4:52 AM |  |
 P405: patterned kraken KO: (-3e5 from e1=c5=f6, -7g6 from d6=g3) 1. [SF(8)bde.158=(8-3)c5=a56-a1=*(3-8)e1=d1] - (8=7)d6||(3)g1-(3=7)g3-(7=1)g4-(1=3478)dfgh6 # -7abg6, -3e5 28/Aug/13 4:54 AM |  |
 P406:// SG had a hard slow game here, missing the patterned kraken;// note: DP(35)deh.256::(3)dh8; -3ag8 is based on locked 5 in deh.256// implying +3dh8 OR one of two DP's or one of four UR's on (35) in these cells// will occur; 1 kraken, 1..3 aic: // xy: More... 28/Aug/13 4:55 AM |  |

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