Thanks a lot for all your replies. It soothes me that the puzzle is unsolvable, because I ve been trying rly hard to solve it
Smythe Dakota wrote:Also, I don't see how you got even as far as you got. I agree with your 1 and 6 in r7c3 and r8c3, but I don't see how you could conclude (at this early stage) that, at the top of column 8, the 8 goes above the 9 rather than the other way around. Also, at the bottom of that column, why does it have to be 7-6-5 rather than 9-8-1 or 8-7-3 or any of several others?
I rechecked my solutions and I may have made a little mistake: the 1 and 6 in r7c3 and r8c3 are correct, I also was able to get to the solutions in r7c8, r7c9, r8c6,r8c7 and r8c8 through exclusion. However I have no idea how i got to the 8/9 in r8c2 and r8c3. It may have been the desperation that clouded my judgement
Anyways thanks a lot for your help, I appreciate it!