## and now... what?

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### and now... what?

Hi

Please, help. What's next move and why?

10x!
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sudokitzy

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### Re: and now... what?

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185246739279.1.456634..9812753482961891...24742619758331.9..62456...419894...1375

I see a BUG+1, http://sudopedia.enjoysudoku.com/Bivalue_Universal_Grave.html.

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### Re: and now... what?

Thank you!
sudokitzy

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### Re: and now... what?

Hi, it's me again!

Trying to solve an expert sudoku I got stucked here (see photo). It looks very strange. Did I do something wrong?

Thanks!
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sudokitzy

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### Re: and now... what?

6.2958..44.8..652995.4.268.3..684952865.294..2495.1.68784163295193245876526897.4.

You are doing just fine.

There are three Sashimi X-Wings available at this point, also called Skyscrapers.

After that there are two fairly easy moves, but then you need a fairly complex technique. I would use a W-Wing. Then singles to the end.

JasonLion
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### Re: and now... what?

L2-Wing : r3c9=7 -> r3c5=3, r2c4=7 or r5c9=7 -> r2c4=7; stte
JC Van Hay

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A good puzzle to learn about deadly patterns.
This one is called a Bug-Lite and solves your puzzle at a glance.

Luke
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### Re: and now... what?

Luke wrote:This one is called a Bug-Lite and solves your puzzle at a glance.

also called a UL in sudoku explainer
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