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KD Insane 485 Introduces the ALS Boomerang


This post is about the update of the 9/24/13 post on KrazyDad Insane v4, b8, n5. An unrecognized type of ANL found by Andrew Stuart’s Sudokuwiki solver is accorded a spotting technique, and a name suggesting the technique. When the … Continue reading

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Books 3 and 4 In the KD Insane Review


Welcome to 2019 Systematic Sudoku. This post continues on the updated KrazyDad v4 review, with KD Insane 435 and 445. This is a brief report on what you’ll find in the updated posts of August 2013. The review update begins … Continue reading

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Fata Morgana Wrapped in Pink Olive


In this post, the solution of the well known monster Fata Morgana is reached via pattern analysis, on a trial of pink patterns vs olive patterns, a frequently used Sysudoku extreme method. In the previous post, the orange candidates of … 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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Taking on More Extreme 200


This post and the next checkpoint a sysudokie solution of Antoine Alary’s extra tough More Extreme 200. Sysudokie readers are given an opportunity to get a little extreme, as well. Happy St. Patrick’s Day. Let’s do the 200. But first, … Continue reading

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Trials on KD Insane 475


This updated post shows how pattern slicing, a theme in the Krazy Dad Insane review, fails on the v4, book 7, n5 puzzle. The fall back is a Sysudoku trial innovation, the Single Alternate Trial Sue de Coq. The method, … Continue reading

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A Sudokuwiki Resolution of Insane 475


In this post Insane 475 is taken through basic and then submitted to Andrew Stuart’s Sudokuwiki solver for advanced solving.  In the original review, the puzzle was solved by an Single Alternative Sue de Coq trial, but in this update … Continue reading

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