Funster Extreme 102 Goes BOGO


Barely escaping the bypass, funster Extreme 102 offers a thematic example as inference chain seeing nets an extra victim for the collapse.

Close to a bypass victim, Extreme 102 finishes basic quietly.

On the line marked grid grid is a flashing sign, a a four cell remote pair chain. Actually, there is a a second one, but this this one has a victim. Well Actually, this one has a second victim, courtesy of a skyscraper 1-chain.

Well, actually, the X-chain can be replaced by a naked pair necklace. The victim sees one terminal directly and the other, by the r6np13  wink. The two removals collapse what’s left of funster Extreme 102.

The bypass and AIC wink clinic continues next week with funster Extreme 116.

 

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