Monthly Archives: June 2015

Fata Morgana Sysudokie Fried


In this post, the exocet trials are completed and a path to the monster’s cave is mapped and cleared of fog. A color wrap brings us to base camp, for the final ascent. The nice loop generated by Cr5np16 is … Continue reading

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Trial 13 of Fata Morgana


This post checkpoints the third “figure 8” nice loop generated by the FM exocet, and follows up on the first, the exocet trial Cnp13 As to the homework, Yesss! It happens again. The FM exocet defines the endpoints of two … Continue reading

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The Fata Morgana Exocet


Here we do the Sysudoku basic solving of the celebrity monster Fata Morgana, and develop a trial plan based on its exocet. The Sysudoku interpretation of the exocet as a trial generator is reviewed and two of the three exocet … Continue reading

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Closing the Weekly Extreme Review


This is the final post of the Sysudoku WEC collection review. It opens with a checkpoint on the finish of a pink/olive pattern analysis and with it, Weekly Extreme Competition 435. A review table shows the features found in each … Continue reading

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The ALS Jump Ball


The last review puzzle from the Weekly Extreme Competition, Wex 435, evades the Sue de Coq to give us: a precaution about grouped forcing chains in XYZ-wings, a genuinely extreme patterns trial, and an obvious form of ALS trial to … Continue reading

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