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Tough Sudoku for 8/February/2009

                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 

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21:41
08/Feb/09 1:02 AM
Brave fellow!!!!

08/Feb/09 1:09 AM
Remember what they say, Gals ... "Save a horse, ride a cowboy!"
08/Feb/09 1:18 AM
Notice the 124 locked into b1,c1,c3 and fill to 50. Try b8=5 and find i9=5=h5=d4=e3=g3, h6=6=e5=c3. Then e1=3 produces a contradiction in the top middle block. Thus b8=9 and fill to 81.
08/Feb/09 1:28 AM
Poor horse .. hope he is o.k.
08/Feb/09 1:35 AM
That's "ride 'EM, cowboy", Judy.
08/Feb/09 2:27 AM
Marvellous action photo eaa.
08/Feb/09 5:25 AM
1)Start at 22,basic techniques to UP=51
2)(68=9)df8-(9)c8=(9-5)c9=(5)i9-(5)h8=(5)h5-(5=6)e5-(6=8)f6-(8=2)f4-(2)f9=(2-3)d9=(3)e9
=> ;de9<>68.UP=81
08/Feb/09 5:31 AM
I'd take the glider & the stranded boat ANY day!
08/Feb/09 6:18 AM
12:49 Hard to make a horse and rider statue out of that pose. SOW, I've heard that in statue symbolism there's a meaning conveyed through how many feet the horse has touching the ground. I can't imagine 4 feet off the ground equals anything other than mad as all get out.
08/Feb/09 7:45 AM
26:23
08/Feb/09 8:35 AM
25:47, a lot slower than yesterday. Nice shot of an eagle in the distance.
08/Feb/09 8:52 AM
These horses aren't mad. They're professional athletes who enjoy the challenge of getting the rider off. A lot of them stop bucking as soon as they hear the 8 second buzzer.
08/Feb/09 10:37 AM
Room, board, friends, free travel and medical care - and all for 8 seconds of work once a day but not twice in the same day... Doesn't sound too shabby to me!
08/Feb/09 11:06 AM
Ouch! That's gotta hurt!
08/Feb/09 1:15 PM
Another alternative for step 2:
2)(2)d4=(2-3)d9=(3)e9-(3)e1=(3)g1-(3=5)g3-(5)e3=(5)e5,=>d4<>5.UP=81
08/Feb/09 5:37 PM
19 minutes
08/Feb/09 7:47 PM
I checked and checked again, and I can proceed using only basic techniques. Around 51 I get through using a locked pair of 14 in gi8.
08/Feb/09 9:29 PM
Sotir, I managed to follow your alternative for Step 2, but this was tough. Thanks!
09/Feb/09 11:49 AM
I appreciate everyone's comments. Keep it up!!!
09/Feb/09 11:50 AM

SE=6.6
09/Sep/10 9:12 PM
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