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 Beautiful blues, Bev! 08/Jan/11 12:03 AM |  |
 SE=7.1 08/Jan/11 12:50 AM |  |
 1. Unique possibilities to 27.2. If d3=5,g3=3,b3=9=a6.If c3=5,a6=5.So a6=59.3. If a2=7=b9,a9=2=c5=g6,c2=1=e7,g8=7;row 7 is devoid of 7.So a2=9.UP81. 08/Jan/11 1:01 AM |  |
 A quicker way:2. If e2=6,e7=1=g5,e6=5=g7,f7=6;central box is devoid of 6.So f2=6.UP81. 08/Jan/11 1:31 AM |  |
 Like heaven on earth! 08/Jan/11 1:44 AM |  |
 It looks like some very rugged country! Have a great day! 08/Jan/11 2:04 AM |  |
 Even for my tastes, a little too rough for hiking! 08/Jan/11 2:35 AM |  |
 note: just posted solution for unsolved tough Nov-21-08 SE=8.4. This one had been languishing with only a ludicrous depth 20+ FC demonstration on the page, solution relatively clean and short. 08/Jan/11 7:07 AM |  |
 I reworked a faulty step for Nov. 4,2008. It is the same logic Rugram used. b6=2 results in ac1=23,and then a series of 5s gives rise to a contradiction in row 8. 08/Jan/11 8:13 AM |  |
 note: posted alternate solution for Dec-16-08 SE=8.3 tough. The paths posted are certainly quite good and I cite this only because my path is entirely different and is moreover a kraken AALS ko for an SE=8.x puzzle. 08/Jan/11 11:36 AM |  |
 note: I recasted Alfred's idea for Dec-17-08 SE=8.3 tough. Too bad these ideas get stated so clumsily as UP plots and are lost among the myriad truely crude FC's. 08/Jan/11 12:30 PM |  |
 BTW, the path above is at heart a 'Sue de coq', something the SE rater seems not able to see - hence the unrealistically high SE. 08/Jan/11 12:48 PM |  |
 note: posted solution for unsolved Dec-24-08 SE=8.3 tough. 4 chains, standard stuff (none of Steve's "interesting" steps - or more probably I didn't see them because I'm not Steve). Maybe you can improve on this sotir, the whole thing seems to be on a hair trigger, with many possible paths. 08/Jan/11 6:14 PM |  |
 note: just posted new solution for Dec-25-08 SE=8.3 tough. All solutions posted that day were invalid or just plain bad. Alfred with his depth 13 FC UP plot, surely a bad joke which I didn't bother to check for accuracy. Sotir's invalid first step, which didn't even have the right UP after the More... 08/Jan/11 8:43 PM |  |
 I recast (not recasted) my solution for Dec. 16,2008. The solution seems to be the shortest so far. 08/Jan/11 9:38 PM |  |
 Love those Cascades Bev. I was there in Oct. Went all through the Rockies as well. Beautiful BC. 09/Jan/11 6:29 AM |  |

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