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Since there has been interesting strategy discussion on these puzzles and by popular request, I have opened an archive on the last thirty weeks. The discussion section is open for continued posting.
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by: Klaus



by: Klaus

good one


by: hp

Wonderful Pattern thank you hone.
Not only a Nice CEP, full Toolbox is needed.
UR's and xwings in the left top opens the door, great!!


by: PAX

Thank you Hone, I liked it.


by: Christoph

thanks, hone. Same as desribed by hp.


by: jgrab

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Very nice! Thanks, hone. Step by step from the left upper corner.


having solved A25,E5,F6,G8,H49,J789,
I am stuck for the moment. I have to interrupt for the moment and will continue later.


by: jgrab

Took me while to find your F6 and G8 solutions, Christoph, but then I saw it. Hereafter, I disproved one alternative of C1. Then, a lot of head chain work.


by: hone

proper candidate in D1 leads to callapse


by: KDN

Thanks@hone, with the right digit in D1 surprisingly easy


by: Klaus


today i had no clue. solver tells me something like hone, but myself , nothing

hi hone, what about a nice CEP (summer is over)?


by: Christoph

I have given up.
Nearly impossible to keep trace with paper and pencil.


by: Ben

After solving F6.

Easy to work out hi/lo in col 4. Testing low sets D4=4,D5=2, making 2 in every col, but eliminates 2 for row F.


by: Ben

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Then, if F34=87, F1=1, D4=1, which conflicts with the 7 in F4.

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  • 46': guessing D1 correctly leads to the rest
       - selecti - 23 minutes ago
  • 1 hr on second attempt.Chains needed.
       - mparmen - 1 hour ago
  • 50 min. Used the solver to test options on D1.
       - mv - 4 hours ago
  • 33 min - one good guess, and then it just moved ...
       - Stef - 6 hours ago
  • 31 min with Martin's hint
       - hildi - 6 hours ago
  • 35 min. D1 is the clue. In third attempt.
       - Martin - 9 hours ago
  • 40 min, 3 attempts, but no sophisticated techniques needed
       - fred - 11 hours ago
  • Only with guess in 2nd attempt
       - MoSeS - 12 hours ago
  • with the right guess on D1 surprisingly easy, without not doable without chains
       - KDN - 13 hours ago
  • 25 min - chains needed
       - Loser - 15 hours ago
  • 1 hour, some chains involved.
       - innsteg - 16 hours ago
  • hi/lo needed, 36 min
       - easydoesit - 16 hours ago
  • 90 min; one chain and some head chains
       - jgrab - 16 hours ago
  • 35 min - chains needed
       - ghw - 17 hours ago
  • 60 ' with two high/low descisions
       - Benny_42 - 19 hours ago
  • 52' - with one mistake in my argument, which turned out to be a lucky guess.
       - Drefplin - 21 hours ago