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by:Leren

 

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by: jgrab

 
 
Thanks. Hard work, but doable.

 

by: jgrab

 
 
BTW: I now also have the problem that is.gd refuses to resolve the abbreviated links.

 

by: Martinus

 
 
@jgrab
Try to erase Browser data

 

by: jgrab

 
 
@ Martinus
Of course, I did so. Emptied cache and history. Didn't help. Must be an IP recognition issue.

 

by: Christoph

 
 
after 32 cells solved,
I needed a short chain starting from A8 to solve this nice puzzle.

 

by: Sonja

 
 
Same problem as jgrab - what is to be done there?

 

by: JC

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I had the same problem using FIREFOX but noticed it works fine with Microsoft Edge

by:Leren

 
Needs an extra clue to make it more enjoyable. Try E8 = 4.

 

by: Klaus

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indeed, assuming E7=4 gives quickly a contradiction to Setti on 1.

this implies E8=4.



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  • used Lerne's hint
       - Sabine - 1 hour ago
  • too simple with Korbinian's hint
       - selecti - 2 hours ago
  • 38 min. with Leren's and Korbinian's hint
       - Nessie - 4 hours ago
  • 74 min. - great fun!
       - Nessi - 5 hours ago
  • 71 min
       - Kurt - 5 hours ago
  • ~45' - Settis, use of hint & use of the rule: "if there are two options, always use the 'fiesest' one" finally solved it. J9=1 may help too.
       - Korbinian Bär - 5 hours ago
  • 22min.Very luck..The first chain branched twice and initial choices worked!Setti throughout.
       - mparmen - 5 hours ago
  • Two brainchains on E45 and one on BCDE7. The rest are standard tools
       - Berndie - 5 hours ago
  • I followed Lerens hint and all fell into place within 20 min. Was I just lucky somewhere?
       - easydoesit - 5 hours ago
  • 57' even with Leren's hint a hard nut
       - Hel - 5 hours ago
  • Almost one hour. Klaus' hint is indeed very helpful at an early stage.
       - jgrab - 6 hours ago
  • As I don't use chains and guesses this one is not solvable for me.
       - bsz - 7 hours ago
  • Without the hint of Leren solvable with head chains, but took me an hour
       - pax - 7 hours ago
  • 44' with the hint of Leren very enjoyable especially without solver
       - Uli - 8 hours ago
  • Needed 2 chains
       - Benny_42 - 9 hours ago
  • 25min
       - sepp - 9 hours ago
  • 41' - a hard one
       - alopex - 10 hours ago
  • 45' with a lucky guess
       - VoBo - 10 hours ago
  • 42 min., with a few lucky guesses and settis
       - chris - 10 hours ago
  • couldn't do it without chains. 45 min.
       - Stadtlicht - 10 hours ago