Vanhegan fiendish December 28, 2012

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Vanhegan fiendish December 28, 2012

Postby ArkieTech » Sat Dec 29, 2012 6:48 am

Code: Select all
 *-----------*
 |49.|..1|.78|
 |5..|.4.|9.3|
 |.2.|..3|...|
 |---+---+---|
 |8.4|9.2|...|
 |.6.|...|.2.|
 |...|1.4|8.9|
 |---+---+---|
 |...|4..|.9.|
 |1.9|.3.|..2|
 |37.|5..|.84|
 *-----------*


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Re: Vanhegan fiendish December 28, 2012

Postby storm_norm22 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:19 am

w-wing on (67)
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Re: Vanhegan fiendish December 28, 2012

Postby tlanglet » Sat Dec 29, 2012 1:40 pm

Code after basics:
Code: Select all
*-----------------------------------------------------------*
 | 4     9     3     | 6     5     1     | 2     7     8     |
 | 5     18    1678  | 2     4     78    | 9     16    3     |
 | 67    2     1678  | 78    9     3     | 156   4     156   |
 |-------------------+-------------------+-------------------|
 | 8     135   4     | 9     67    2     | 1567  1356  1567  |
 | 9     6     17    | 3     8     5     | 4     2     17    |
 | 27    35    257   | 1     67    4     | 8     356   9     |
 |-------------------+-------------------+-------------------|
 | 26    58    58    | 4     12    67    | 3     9     167   |
 | 1     4     9     | 78    3     678   | 567   56    2     |
 | 3     7     26    | 5     12    9     | 16    8     4     |
 *-----------------------------------------------------------*

It may be considered "overkill", but I just could not resist posting this unusual "almost" Sue de Coq where only the "e" component made a deletion.

ASdC(13567)r4c789 with (35=1)r4c2
[SdC(13567)r4c789 ab=(35)r4c2, cd=(17)r5c9, e=6 => r4c5,r6c8<>6] = [1r4c2-(1=8=7)r2c26-(7=6=2)r7c61-(2=7=6)r6c15 => r4c5,r6c8<>6] => r4c5,r6c8<>6

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Re: Vanhegan fiendish December 28, 2012

Postby Marty R. » Sat Dec 29, 2012 5:49 pm

storm_norm22 wrote:w-wing on (67)


Same.
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Re: Vanhegan fiendish December 28, 2012

Postby eleven » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:23 pm

tlanglet wrote:.. "almost" Sue de Coq ...

The next thing i am looking forward to is an almost Exocet, or did i miss one ?

I am not very firm about Sue de Coq's, but in this case you dont need one. Without the 1 in r4c2, it is locked in box 6, which gives a 7 in r5c9 and r4c5, which also locks 6 in row 4 of box 6.
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Re: Vanhegan fiendish December 28, 2012

Postby Luke » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:26 pm

tlanglet wrote:Code after basics:
Code: Select all
*-----------------------------------------------------------*
 | 4     9     3     | 6     5     1     | 2     7     8     |
 | 5     18    1678  | 2     4     78    | 9     16    3     |
 | 67    2     1678  | 78    9     3     | 156   4     156   |
 |-------------------+-------------------+-------------------|
 | 8     135   4     | 9     67    2     | 1567  1356  1567  |
 | 9     6     17    | 3     8     5     | 4     2     17    |
 | 27    35    257   | 1     67    4     | 8     356   9     |
 |-------------------+-------------------+-------------------|
 | 26    58    58    | 4     12    67    | 3     9     167   |
 | 1     4     9     | 78    3     678   | 567   56    2     |
 | 3     7     26    | 5     12    9     | 16    8     4     |
 *-----------------------------------------------------------*

It may be considered "overkill", but I just could not resist posting this unusual "almost" Sue de Coq where only the "e" component made a deletion.

ASdC(13567)r4c789 with (35=1)r4c2
[SdC(13567)r4c789 ab=(35)r4c2, cd=(17)r5c9, e=6 => r4c5,r6c8<>6] = [1r4c2-(1=8=7)r2c26-(7=6=2)r7c61-(2=7=6)r6c15 => r4c5,r6c8<>6] => r4c5,r6c8<>6

Ted


Verbalized: (Sdc)=(1)r4c2-(x=y chain)

I must be as perverted as you, Ted. Not only do I see that, but I like it. I could see bumping into that while chasing that potential xy-chain around the grid.

There's also a way to get into that xy-chain starting with (6)r4c789=(6)r6c8, using (16)r2c8...but that just wouldn't be as interesting
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