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 What a lovely place for morning coffee and a book! 07/Mar/13 12:11 AM |  |
 I agree, Shiela - this is a gorgeous setting! 07/Mar/13 12:26 AM |  |
 1. Note d89-37.Unique possibilities to 67.2. Whether bi2=9;a4=9.UP81. 07/Mar/13 12:27 AM |  |
 #1. e5=6;d89=37;UP67#2. 9gi3.i4=DP(15)gi3;hi4.gh8 :=> i2=1; UP81 07/Mar/13 12:30 AM |  |
 That's my photo taken a long time ago and would have been on this page early on the site. Taken at a house we stayed at in the Burgundy area in France in 2003. 07/Mar/13 12:55 AM |  |
 Lucky you, Anne, to have had such a lovely place to stay! 07/Mar/13 2:34 AM |  |
 24 (5)f45=>f7<>568 i4=9=>{a4=1&b2=9}=>a1={}=>i4<>9 VHBC to 81V:Only cell left in Vertical column for this candidateH:Only cell left in Horizontal row for this candidateB:Only cell left in 3X3 Box for More... 07/Mar/13 7:18 AM |  |
 How do YOU enter possibilities? Unless I see some UPs sticking out, or the puzzle has imbalanced givens, I usually enter them in the bottom three boxes, then middle, then top three. On a puzzle I just did, I started at the top and felt disoriented. 07/Mar/13 10:45 AM |  |
 On Toughs, I mean. If I need possibilities on Hard, I look for useful information first before entering any. 07/Mar/13 11:01 AM |  |
 Hi Sarah.Looking for pairs and triples can be helpful. Here, the pair d89=37, gives you e9=4 and f3=7 immediately, which then leads to UP67. Over 3/4 of the grid filled. Best Regards, Alfred. 07/Mar/13 3:41 PM |  |
 and a light music, Shiela. 07/Mar/13 4:53 PM |  |
 Just gorgeous! Lucky you, Anne!! 07/Mar/13 6:29 PM |  |
 No 13! 07/Mar/13 11:55 PM |  |

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