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Question - 10/25/2005 6:38:36 PM   
ku4er

 

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Hello!

Where following move?
Beforehand thank you!
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RE: Question - 10/25/2005 11:34:35 PM   
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I don't seem to see an image?

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RE: Question - 10/27/2005 4:15:46 PM   
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Sorry!

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RE: Question - 10/27/2005 4:43:25 PM   
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at
http://www.conceptispuzzles.com/puzzlefans/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=315
you can find a paper which is about advanced logic starting points.
I can recommend it. Somewhere is another one, but I am not sure, where it is.
In Your puzzle there are lots of 5 8 adjacent numbers, which can be
handled. They are always filled

E ? ? F
E 5 8 F
E ? ? F,

where E=empty, F=filled.
Even this way You can continue a bit further, but the whole paper is worth reading.

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RE: Question - 10/27/2005 8:46:51 PM   
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You can also make an entry where the eight seven are filled in as follows:

? F F
? 7 F
? 8 F
? F F

Because the eight can only have one blank square adjacent to it yet the seven must have two adjacent, the first ? must be blank and the fourth filled. (i.e. the 2nd and 3rd ? can not both be blank)

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RE: Question - 10/28/2005 8:45:16 AM   
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One spot in particular, there is a 5x5 almost all red. The middle row has a neighbouring 8. Above it, a 5. The three squares above the 5 are blank (yellow). The three squares below the 8 are filled (red). You can now solve the nearby 7, and hopefully go a bit.

There is also a 1 sharing two squares with an 8 in the top-left. Those two squares are some combination of filled and empty. Every other square around that 1 is empty (yellow), and every other square around that 8 is filled (red). You can actually do this twice in that corner and finish most of the corner in one swipe.

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RE: Question - 10/28/2005 6:32:47 PM   
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Thank you!

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