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Classic 168 and Updated Only Extreme 89


James Forest’s Classic Sudoku 168 is a Basic level challenge.  In this post, the Classic review is continued with the 168 box marked grid, and a basic trace carrying through the collapse on the second line of line marking. Then … Continue reading

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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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