You know the rectangle, or box move, where lets say a box has a 4 and 5, or what I call a 45 box, they are in 3 corners, and the box that would make it a rectangle has something like 1459, well the rule shows that you can remove the 45 from that box. So a 1459, has a 45 to its right, straight up from there is another 45, and to the left is another 45, and down from it is the 1459. I know this is a move.

I want to know if this works with a half box, where the "kiddie corner" box isn't there, just 1 above and 1 to the side?!?

My example:

I have a 25 box, and if I go two spots over to the left, I have a 258. Straight up in same column as 258, I have another 25. So a box with 258, has 2 boxes with 25 facing it, 1 in same column, and 1 in same row and box. I thought this was a move, but I swear sometimes it doesn't work. In this scenario, I can see my solution sheet that the move would work and that no 2 or 5 is in that box, but I am stingy about stuff unless I know it is a legit move.