Thanks for providing clear picture of XYZ-Wing Hybrid strategy.
However, need further clarification regarding proper definition.
What I understand from above scenario is as follows:
1) XYZ-Wing Hybrid strategy is based on four cells, i.e., one pivot cell and three pincer cells, that contain exactly three values (candidates) within a chute;
2) One pivot cell (or hinge or apex) contains all three values and three pincer cells contain two values each;
3) First pincer cell lying within pivot cell's line;
4) Second pincer cell having one common value with first pincer cell lying within pivot cell's box but does not lie within first pincer cell's line;
5) Third pincer cell having same values as first pincer cell (i.e., naked pair) lying within first pincer cell's box and second pincer cell's line;
6) Common pincers' value may be eliminated from cells lying within pivot cell and first pincer cell common line except cells from first pincer cell box.
Definition excerpt from site wrote:... and therefore, the common candidate digit among Rule 19A XYZ-Wing's hinge and its pincer 1 and pincer 2 may be removed from any cells in the hinge's row except those in the hinge's box and in pincer 2's box.
Will some one please rephrase above scenario in simple understanding definition.R. Jamil