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PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2007 3:25 pm    Post subject: Assassin 65 Reply with quote

Excellent puzzle - kept me occupied most of this afternoon despite a few early placements (it's OK I wasn't skiving, had a day off work!) Was stuck for quite a while before my step 20. Looking forward to the variations.

Prelims:

a) 41(7) @ r3c4 – no 1,3
b) 4(2) r67c4 and r34c6 = {13} not elsewhere in c4, c6
-> NP {13} r6c4 + r4c6 not elsewhere in N5
c) 24(3) N3 = {789} not elsewhere in N3
d) 8(3) r12c7+r2c6 = {125/134} must have 1 in r12c7 not elsewhere in c7/N3
-> 9(3) N3 = {234} not elsewhere in N3
-> r12c7 = {15} not elsewhere in c7 -> r2c6 = 2 -> r3c9 = 6
-> r4c89 = {29/38/47}
-> 2 locked to r3c78 not elsewhere in r3
-> 2 locked to r45c4,r5c5 of 41(7) -> r46c5 <> 2
e) 19(3) r345c1 and r9c456 – no 1
f) 21(3) r89c3 + r8c4 – no 1,2,3


1. Outies c789: r28c6 = 6 -> r8c6 = 4 -> r89c7 = {27/36}

2. Outies c123: r28c4 = 12 = [48]/{57}

3. Innies r12: r2c258 = 13 = {19/46}3 / {18/36}4

4. Innies r89: r8c258 = 10 = {127/136/235}

5. O-I N9: r7c9 – r6c8 = 3 -> r7c9 = (45789), r6c8 = (12456)

6. Outies c1: r169c2 = 16

7. Outies c9: r149c8 = 24 = {789} not elsewhere in c8
-> r4c9 <> 7,8,9
-> 12(3) r9c8+r89c9 = [714], 8{13}, 9{12} -> r89c9 = (1234) ({723} would block both options for r89c7) -> 1 locked to r89c9, not elsewhere in c9/N9

8. Innies c5: r159c5 = 11 = {128/137/146/236/245}
If {128/137/146} r1c5 = 1 -> r1c5 <> 7, 8
If {137} r5c5 = 7 -> r9c5 <> 7

9. O-I N1: r2c4 + r4c2 - r3c1 = 4 -> r4c2 – r3c1 = 0 or -1 or -3

10. O-I c12: r37c3 – r5c2 = 3

11. O-I c89: r37c7 – r5c8 = 9
Max from r37c7 = 13 -> r5c8 is max 4 -> 6 locked to r678c8 of 21(4) -> r7c7 <> 6
r5c8 = (1234) -> r37c7 = 10, 11, 12, 13, r3c7 = (234) -> r7c7 is min 7

12. 21(3) r89c3 + r8c4 = [948]/{579/678}

13. 16(3) r12c3 + r2c4 = {39/57}4 / [29]/{38/47}5 / {18/36/45}7

14. Outies N14: r2c4+r7c1 = 8 = [44/53/71] -> r7c1 = (134)

15. 9 locked to r8c13, not elsewhere in N7 -> r8c3 <> 5.

16. 8 locked to r8c134 -> r9c3 <> 8

17. Killer Triple: Split 10(3) in r8 c258 = {127/136/235} (each option has 2 of 1,2,3), r8c9 = (123) -> r8c17 <> 1,2,3 -> r9c7 <> 6,7

18. 15(3) r1c456 = {168/348/357/456} ({159} blocked by r1c7)

15(3) contains one of 5,8 -> 17(3) r234c5 <> [854]

19. 21(4) r678c8+r7c7 must have 5 and 6 within r678c8
-> 21(4) = 56+{19/28/37} -> r67c8 <> 4 -> r7c9 <> 7 (step 5)
-> 4 locked to r79c9 not elsewhere in c9 -> r4c8 <> 7

20. 9 locked to r4569c4 -> r7c6 <> 9
9 also locked to r569c6
(Grouped x-wing) -> r7c5 <> 9, r9c8 <> 9 -> r89c9 <> 2
-> 2 locked to r456c9 not elsewhere in N6 -> r7c9 <> 5
-> 5 locked to r56c9 -> r6c8 <> 5 -> r7c9 <> 8

21. 16(3) r567c9 = {57}4 / {25}9 ({39}4 blocked by r89c9) -> r56c9 <> 3, 8, 9
-> 8 locked to r12c9 -> r1c8 <> 8

22. Looking at 3s to eliminate 3 in common peer cell r7c8
a) if 3 in r23c8 -> r7c8 <> 3
b) if 3 in r3c7 -> 3 locked to r12c5 -> r7c4 = 3 -> r7c8 <> 3
Either option r7c8 <> 3

23. Looking at 3s to eliminate 3 in common peer cell r8c8
a) if 3 in r23c8 -> r8c8 <> 3
b) if 3 in r3c7 -> r3c6 = 1 -> r4c6 = 3 -> r4c9 = 2 -> 16(3) = {57}4 -> r89c9 = {13} -> r8c8 <> 3
Either option r8c8 <> 3

24. Revisiting 21(4) options now: 56{19/28} -> r7c7 <> 7

25. Split (10)3 r8c258 can’t now be {136} – blocked by r8c9
Remaining options {127/235}

26. Looking at 6s to eliminate 6 in common peer cell r6c5
a) r6c8 = 6 -> r6c5 <> 6
b) r7c8 = 6 -> 6 locked to 41(7) within N5 -> r6c5 <> 6
Either option r6c5 <> 6

27. 17(3) r678c5 = {179/269/278/359/368/458/467}
If {359} r6c5 = 9; if {458} r6c5 = 4 -> r6c5 <> 5

28. 19(3) r9c456 must have 9. Options: {289/379} -> r9c456 <> 5,6
-> 5,6 locked to r9c123 not elsewhere in N7
-> r8c1 of 15(3) is min 7 -> r9c12 <> 7,8
-> HS r8c7 = 6 -> r9c7 = 3 -> r8c9 = 1 -> r9c9 = 4 -> r9c8 = 7
-> lots more singles and reasonably straightforward with cage combos and singles from here

Very Happy


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PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2007 10:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi all

Here's my walk-through. Was a fun puzzle. Check out step 26. That was a fun one and it also broke the puzzle for me. Hope i can find some time for Ruud's variations.

Walk-Through Assassin 65

1. 8(3) at R1C7 = {125/134}: no 6,7,8,9

2. 24(3) at R1C8 = {789} -->> locked for N3

3. 19(3) at R3C1 and R9C4 = {289/379/469/478/568}: no 1

4. 41(7) at R3C4 = {2456789}: no 1,3

5. R34C6 = {13} -->> locked for C6

6. R67C4 = {13} -->> locked for C4
6a. Naked Pair {13} in R4C6 + R6C4 -->> locked for N5

7. 21(3) at R8C3 = {489/579/678}: no 1,2,3

8. 45 on C123: 2 outies: R28C4 = 12 = {48/57}: no 2,6,9

9. 45 on C789: 2 outies: R28C6 = 6 = {24} -->> locked for C6

10. 45 on N3: 1 innie and 1 outie: R2C6 + 4 = R3C9 -->> R2C6 = 2; R3C9 = 6(only possible combo)
10a. R8C6 = 4
10b. Clean up: R2C4: no 8(step 8)

11. 8(3) at R1C7 = 2{15} -->> R12C7 = {15} -->> locked for C7 and N3
11a. 17(3) at R3C9 = 6{29/38/47}-->> R4C89 = {29/38/47}: no 1,5
11b. 13(4) at R8C6 = 4{27/36} -->> R89C7 = {27/36}: no 8,9

12. 45 on N7: 1 innie and 1 outie: R7C1 + 4 = R8C4: R8C4 = {578} -->> R7C1 = {134}

13. 45 on C9: 3 outies: R149C8 = {789} -->> locked for C8
13a. Clean up: R4C9: no 7,8,9
13b. 12(3) at R8C9 = {129/138/147}: {237} blocked by R89C7; {345} blocked by R9C8 -->> R89C9 = {12/13}/[14]: no 5,7,8,9; 1 locked for C9 and N9

14. 45 on N9: 1 innie and 1 outie: R6C8 + 3 = R7C9: Min R6C8 = 1 -->> Min R7C9 = 4, R7C9 = {45789} -->> R6C8 = {12456}

15. 21(4) at R6C8 = {1569/2469/2568/3459/3468/3567}: other combos blocked because {789} only in R7C7 -->> 21(4) needs one of {789} and can only go in R7C7 -->> R7C7 = {789}

16. 5 in C9 locked within 16(3) cage at R5C9 -->> 16(3) = {259/358/457}

17. 45 on N9: 3 outies: R56C9 + R6C8 = {139/148/157/238/247/256/346} = {39}[1]/{48}[1]/{57}[1]/{38}[2]/{47}[2]/{27}[4]/{25}[6]/{34}[6] -->> R6C8 = {1246}: no 5
17a. Clean up: R7C9: no 8(step 14)
17b. R56C9 = {57/38/47/25}: {39/48/27/34} blocked by 16(3) at R5C9: no 9 -->> R6C8 = {126}(step 17): no 4
17b. Clean up: R7C9: no 7

18. 21(4) at R6C8 = {1569/2568/3567}: {2469/3459/3468} blocked by R23C8(can’t have 2 of {234} in R678C8): no 4; 6 locked within R678C8 -->> locked for C8; 5 locked within R78C8 -->> locked for C8 and N9
18a. Clean up: R6C8: no 2

19. 16(3) at R5C9 = {25}[9]/{57}[4]; R56C9 = {25/57}: no 3,4,8

20. 4 in N9 locked for C9
20a. 8 in C9 locked for N3
20b. Clean up: R4C8: no 7

21. 45 on R89: 3 innies: R8C258 = 10 = {127/136/235}: no 8,9
21a. 9 in R8 locked for N7

22. 45 on N7: 3 innies: R7C1 + R89C3 = 17 = [197/395]/[3]{68}/[4]{58}/[4]{67} -->> R9C3: no 4
22a. 21(3) at R8C3 = {579/678} -->> 7 locked within cage : R8C12: no 7
22b. R7C1 + R89C3 = [4]{58} blocked by 21(3) cage at R8C3 -->> R8C3: no 5

23. 45 on N8: 2 innies and 2 outies: R6C45 + 1 = R7C6 + R8C4: Min R7C6 + R8C4 = 11 -->> Min R6C45 = 10; Max R6C45 = 12 -->> Max R7C6 + R8C4 = 13: R6C45 = [19/37/38/39]; R7C6 + R8C4 = [65]/{57}/{58}/[67] = {5|6..}-->> R6C5 = {789}; R7C6: no 9

24. 19(3) at R9C4 = {289/379}: {568} blocked by R7C6 + R8C4: no 5,6; 9 locked for R9 and N8
24a. Killer Pair {78} in 19(3) at R9C4 + R9C8 -->> locked for R9
24b. Clean up: R89C9: no 2(13b); R8C3: no 6; R8C4: no 5(step 22a)
24c. Killer Pair {78} in R8C4 + 19(3) cage at R9C4 -->> locked for N8

25. R7C6 + R8C4 = [57/58/67](step 23)
25a. R6C45 = [38/39](step 23 + 24c) -->> R6C4 = 3; R6C5 = {89}
25b. R34C6 = [31]; R7C4 = 1; R2C8 = 3(hidden)
25c. Naked Pair {24} in R3C78 -->> locked for R3

26. LOL on N5: R3C4 + R7C6 = R46C5 -->> R3C4 = {89}; R4C5 = {56}(this works because the 41(7) cage contains exactly the same digits as the remaining 7 empty cells in N5)
26a. 17(3) at R2C5 = [485/476]: {179} blocked by R4C5 -->> R2C5 = 4; R3C5 = {78}

27. 6 in N2 locked within 15(3) at R1C4 -->> 15(3) = {168} -->> R1C5 = 1; R1C46 = {68} -->> locked for R1 and N2
27a. R12C7 = [51]; R3C45 = [97]; R2C4 = 5; R4C5 = 6
27b. R2C9 = 8(hidden); R7C6 = 6(hidden); R1C46 = [68]; R6C5 = 9(hidden)
27c. R9C6 = 9(hidden); R8C4 = 7(step 25)

28. R9C45 = {28} (step 24) -->> locked for R9 and N8
28a. R9C8 = 7; R1C8 = 9; R4C8 = 8; R14C9 = [73]; R89C9 = [14]; R7C79 = [89]
28b. R6C8 = 6(step 14)

29. 15(3) at R8C1 = [9]{15}/[8]{16} -->> R8C1 = {89}; R9C12 = {156}
29a. Naked Triple {156} in R9C123 -->> locked for R9 and N7
29b. R89C7 = [63]; R7C1 = 3(step 12)(missed this earlier); R8C2 = 2
29c. R78C5 = [53]; R78C8 = [25]; R3C78 = [24]; R5C8 = 1

30. 14(3) at R1C1 = {239/347}: no 6; R1C2 = 3(only place in cage)
30a. R5C3 = 3(hidden)

31. 13(3) at R6C1 = 3[28] -->> R6C12 = [28]
And the rest is all naked singles

greetings

Para


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 26, 2007 8:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I promised a few variations on Assassin 65.

A65V2

Tough, but no hypotheticals (guesses) needed.



3x3::k:2816:2816:4354:3587:3587:3587:4614:5383:5383:2816:4874:4354:4354:3085:4614:4614:2320:5383:5650:4874:4874:10005:3085:1559:2320:2320:3098:5650:4874:4893:10005:3085:1559:6689:3098:3098:5650:4893:4893:10005:10005:10005:6689:6689:3116:3117:3117:4893:1840:4913:10005:6689:4916:3116:3117:3127:3127:1840:4913:10005:4916:4916:3116:4671:3127:5185:5185:4913:4676:4676:4916:4167:4671:4671:5185:1867:1867:1867:4676:4167:4167:


A65V3

hot hot hot, probably needs some creative moves (guesses)



3x3::k:4352:4352:4354:4099:4099:4099:2310:3591:3591:4352:3082:4354:4354:3853:2310:2310:3856:3591:3858:3082:3082:10261:3853:3095:3856:3856:5658:3858:3082:4637:10261:3853:3095:5921:5658:5658:3858:4637:4637:10261:10261:10261:5921:5921:3628:4397:4397:4637:2608:2865:10261:5921:4148:3628:4397:4663:4663:2608:2865:10261:4148:4148:3628:3903:4663:3649:3649:2865:5444:5444:4148:3143:3903:3903:3649:3147:3147:3147:5444:3143:3143:

This will keep you busy for the remainder of the week. Twisted Evil

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2007 2:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hmmph! Confused

Can't say that the V2 is a fun puzzle. Haven't got very far at all. Anyone else tried it? Don't think I'll be attempting the V3!
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2007 3:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have had 2 goes at the V2 and both times I thought I had cracked it only to find a conflict right at the end. I have been waiting to read a walk thru from one of the experts to see what I have done wrong but no one has posted one. So, at the risk of being deemed stupid, here is one that does not give the answer, but I would be interested to know where the logic fails!!!!

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2007 5:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Howard

I ran into an inconsistency on my first run through. Still have to start my second attempt, but i'll check your walk-through.

greetings

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2007 9:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Howard S wrote:
34 locked in C5 N2 => Cage 12/3 C5 <> 921 =>R5C5=9

I have a problem with this step! Still have a 4 in r3c6 unless I missed something.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 28, 2007 9:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi Cathy

I send the same message to Howard.

greetings

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2007 4:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cathy/Para

Thanks for your help and pm's - unfortunately I have to go to work today so will check your points out later - but it seems my typing needs some work! I have corrected the typos you highlighted and made the logical error point you raised bold so that anyone who looks knows that from that point on the logic is incorrect.

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2007 8:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi all,

How's everybody getting on with the V2 or - dare I mention it?! - the V3?

After a fairly quick response from Howard, and judging by the length of his posted partial WT, I was expecting a full WT to be posted shortly afterwards. I guess from this that Howard must have made a logic error fairly early on, thus invalidating most of the later steps?

If it's proving to be more difficult than expected, maybe it should have been done as another tag team effort. From what I've seen of the V2 so far, it looks quite interesting (didn't at first, but does now, after finding one or two more creative moves).

A good idea would probably have been to start the tag by initially posting the steps Howard used up to the logic error. Maybe Cathy, Para (or others) could have then quickly added the steps they found that Howard missed.

As it is, the time's almost up, and A66 is soon to be thrusted upon us.

Having said that, I guess there's nothing preventing us continuing with either puzzle after A66 is on the scene. Heck, it's even got the advantage that we can avoid the pain of having to write everything in tiny text Smile, or openly talk about techniques used (shock, horror! Shocked )...

Lastly, just a quick piece of info for Howard: please make sure you number the steps in any WT/partial WT you post, so that we can conveniently refer to them in any posts of our own. Many thanks.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2007 8:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have taken into account your comments and had another unsuccessful attempt at V2. Any help with the below would be much appreciated. Hopefully no more typo's

1 Cage 7/2 N8 = {124}
2 Outies C789=> R2C6+R8C6=16={97}
3 Outies C123=> R2C4+R8C4=15={87I96}
4 Outies N14=>R2C4+R7C1=10=[91I82I73I64]
5 39/7 N258=98763{42I51}
6 97 Locked in R345C45
7 97 cannot be both in C4=> R5C5=9I7
8 => 19/3 C5 <>3
9 => 3 in R7 locked in N8
10 => R7C1<>3 => R2C4 <>7 => R8C4<>8
11 Cage 6/2 C6 = {42I51)
12 Cage 7/2 C4 =[16I25I43]
13 Combinations on R2C46 & R8C46 => 9 locked in R8C46
14 => R78C5= 2 of 5678
15 => Cage 19/3 C5 = {8{74I65}}
16 Rule 45=> R159C5=14=>R1C5=1,3,4,5,6
17 Cage 14/3 R1 <>97=>{851I842I653}
18 Cage 12/3 C5 = {921I741I732I651}
19 => R1C5 <>56 (as Cage 19/3 C5 = 865 with all except 651)
20 => 3 Locked in C6 R567 => R345C4 <>3
21 => Cage 7/2 C4 = [43] => Cage 19/3 C5 = {865} => R8C46={97}
22 =>R2C4<>9 R7C1<>1
23 => Cage 12/3 C5 <> {651} =>97 locked in C5R2345
24 => Cage 39/7 = 9876531
25 => 3 locked in C5 N2
26 97 Locked in C4 R3458


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2007 10:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Confused Sorry Howard. I think there's still a problem here!

After the placements at r67c4 you state:

=> cage 19(3) c5 = {568} => r8c46 = {79}
Fine so far but then r2c4 <> 8 - how?! At this point, I have r2c4 = 6 or 8 which rather negates the step beginning 97 locked in c4r3458 as it cannot lead to placement of 6 in r2c4 at this stage.

I've conceded defeat Give up and just run it through JSudoku. Apparently requires 2 Grouped Turbot Chain with 5 links and 32 Conflicting Partial Combinations amongst many other steps.

It's beyond me (despite my now acquired "Expert" status")!!!

PS With A66 coming within 24 hours I think we can take things out of tiny text and I would agree with Mike about numbering steps if possible! Smile

PPS If anyone is feeling masochistic enough, here's the stats from JSudoku for the V3!
74 Naked Singles
5 Hidden Singles
5 Naked Pairs
3 Hidden Pairs
2 Complex Hidden Singles
1 Naked Triplets
7 Intersections
9 Odd Pairs
27 Odd Triplets
3 Double Innies & Outies
1 Odd Quads
9 Complex Intersections
6 Mandatory Inclusions
8 Triple Innies & Outies
2 Double Outies minus Innies
2 Complex Naked Pairs
17 Conflicting Combinations
2 Complex Hidden Pairs
5 Quadruple Innies & Outies
3 Triple Outies minus Innies
1 Pointing Triples
1 Complex Naked Triplets
31 Conflicting Partial Combinations
8 Multiple Innies & Outies
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2007 10:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cathy

Sorry these typos are dreadful - see revision to line 22

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2007 10:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK - that's better! Smile

Still struggling to follow line 26 though. Can you explain please.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2007 11:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cathy

It is rubbish I will delete from 26 down

This is beginning to get to me!!! Not sure I have earned my upgrade to Rookie

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