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Lovely photo, Karen (I think) - I thought it looked like it was going to be Monaco because the buildings all give the impression that they are built on top of one another.
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Nice ocean view.
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Beautiful! I love the rooftop garden and the curvy balconies on the bulding on the left hand side and the rooftop garden on the building below it. Are rooftop gardens common in Monaco?
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I am finding this puzzle to be fairly interesting. Check back later, as I intend to blog today's tough. Of course, by later I could mean tomorrow, after the Super Bowl.

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Wouldn't that be a view of the Mediterranean Sea? Lovely view. First time I've been to Monaco, virtually, that is.
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Good morning to all! Haven't done he puzzle but after seeing the comments I wanted to see the picture. I think I could put up with staying in one of those condos for a few weeks!
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17:03 Hi to all.. The sea..lovely
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I know I cannot compete with the Super Bowl, but I added a blog page today anyway.

A link to this page is in the upper right column, directly under 'Check out the Sudoku Blog'.

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Wonderful and beautiful Ocean view through these high buildings .Can anyone estimate how much a flat in such building cost ? What about all the Sudoku friends share to have just a flat as a summer beach flat.
Have a nice mAen to all.
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34:42
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Beautiful view. I love the terraces in the picture. Go Colts!!!!!!
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I wrote this proof without looking at Steve's. I hope is isn't as messy as this:

1) Start 22, Unique Possibilities to (UP) 26.
2) Naked triplet i1=56, i2=45, i3=456 forbids g1=56, g2=45, h2=4, i7=4, i9=5. UP 27.
3) Locked 5s at c45 forbid c23=5.
4) Hidden pair 45 at fi2 forbids More...
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It was worth doing the puzzle just for that view!
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What a gorgeous view! WHO among our Sudoku clan is lucky enough to live there???
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Not only is my proof a lot more difficult than Steve's, it looks like there's something wrong with it.
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That's a lovely photo of a beautiful view.
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Thanks for the nice comments all :)

Kate: rooftop gardens, swimming pools on the roofs, you name it. There's not much space for them anywhere else.

Wagdy Kamel: for places like the ones in this photo, ridiculously expensive, upwards of a couple thousand euros a month.

Janci: More...
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WOW!!!!!!
Where's Monaco?? I'm sorry I don't know.
I'd like to see this place first hand.
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Clark, please write something that isn't in # gibberish so everyone can understand.
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Karen, do you have a beautiful balcony, too, to go with your view?
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20:04; mistakes galore, but definitely worth the view at the end!
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HELP GUYS! I'd like loading a picture but its size is too big (in the 100Mb range instead the max 50 kb required). Could anyone tell me how to reduce it or a site were I could find the info? Thanks! And GO BEARS!!!
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What a spectacular view. This is another place that looks like it would be fun to visit.
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Hi Laura!

The code Clark is using is hardly gibberish. If you want to understand it, consult my blog. Link to the last page of the blog is in the upper right column, under 'Check out the Sudoku Blog'. Once there, you may want to start at the first page of the blog, or alternatively go to More...
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Wow, super easy today. Easy Laura, the 146 triple in box 6 gives an 8 and 3 and opens a 456 triple in box 9 opens a 279 trip both in box 9 as well as column g. The box 9 trip opens an 8 at h9, the column g trip opens a 5 at g2. the 479 in box 3 opens a 6 at h1. a pointing pair of 5s in box4 (c45) More...
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maeN all!

Susy, can you use the Microsoft Picture Editor? The new version has a Compress function that will do it for you.
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Hi Morgan!
Often you use the term: two string kite. If you could be so kind as to enlighten me as to what that means, I would be forever in your debt.
I have googled the term, but .... I was not enlightened by what I found.
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Hi Steve.
It's still gibberish to me. Thanks for trying.
I might beable to understand it if I weren't so exausted. I'll try another day.
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Morgan: I understand how to do sudoku, they are just making it seem more complicated than it actually is.
Steve: I looked at it again and it makes more sense now, but it's still a bit of a foreign language.
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I can picture myself on one of those balconies with a glass of wine or two. Beautiful view.
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For those who find the proofs inscrutable, remember that there is a difference between strategies for solving puzzles and for proving the solutions. The proofs are necessarily far more complicated than simply pointing out methods for figuring out solutions.
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Steve, I did my advanced study at sudocue.net. The technical definition of a 2-string kite is:
Two conjugate pairs in a row and column are weakly connected in a box, making the opposite ends a connected pair. I look for conjugate pairs that intersect,weakly connected in a box, creating an More...
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Wagdy - I agree - we should all club together and buy one - amazing holiday home!
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You bring the wine, I'll make sushi. Or soup.
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Finally completed a tough with no guesses and my own logic. Generally have at least one guess along the way.
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wow what a photo! I absolutly loved it excuse me while go chase my birds they are as bad as having a puppy. I guess since the one is only seven months explains part of it.
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Morgan/ny found it super easy!hmmmm..well i found it in noway anywhere near easy zone....had some hiccups finishing it..a bit lost midway....
and i will think twice before going for an aptment like that so close to the sea...until atleast my memory abt the tsunami fades!!
cheers
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Super easy indeed.
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Hi Morgan!
Thanks for the explanation. I think perhaps you have turned our coordinate system here upside down.
Regarding the elimination pattern:
I have 4's at b58, 4s at h78, 4's at ah8, 4's at b5a6, 4's at a678.
If I interpret your kite:
b5,b8 -- a2 == h78 => More...
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not an overly exciting superbowl. but the puzzle was easy
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