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O.H.
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PostPosted: Thu May 25, 2006 11:04 pm    Post subject: Very sudoku-like Reply with quote

This is the most advanced SU-DO.KU-like game ever orchestrated in the
history of man-kind!
No-one denies it.
http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/sudoku.htm
The rules and a good deal of clues you'll find disguised in my
booklet : "The Phaistos disc alias the Minoan calendar"
Purchasable from AUTHORHOUSE :
http://www.1stbooks.com/bookview/5604

Many more clues are let down into my two websites:
http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/phaistos.htm
http://www.geocities.com/o_hagen/mypage2.htm

The Quest of a Golden Hare" by Bamber Gascoigne is a child's
spoon compared to this riddle.
I am sure that a million dollars award is waiting for you.
Can you too bring down this dinosaur of a master SU-DO-KU ?

Some few perhaps important new clues_ to get started.
http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/roadmapI.gif

You just have to fill in the empty 46 spaces, convincingly!

Orchestrator
Ole Hagen
Email: h...@gvdnet.dk
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Bob111
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PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2006 11:48 am    Post subject: Re: Very sudoku-like Reply with quote

Seems better suited fro rec.puzzles than alt.math.recreational.
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O.H.
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PostPosted: Mon May 29, 2006 4:26 pm    Post subject: Re: Very sudoku-like Reply with quote

Bob wrote:
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Seems better suited fro rec.puzzles than alt.math.recreational.

Perhaps you are right. Nevertheless, alone within this year -2006-,
40 messages have been posted with the header 'sudoku'.
So you better run faster with your rec.puzzles

http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/roadmapI.gif
Hagen
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O.H.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2006 3:04 pm    Post subject: Re: Very sudoku-like Reply with quote

To cut a sudoku will be easy. Here you got the recipe (you don't need
to keep it a secret, why should you ?Smile.
First write a row of the nine positive figures. Then repeat the
procedure nine times, and make sure that the colonnes are unique too.
Finally cut away about two third of the figures with India rubber.
Remember while erasing to use them rules, which make the reconstruction

unambigous.
Voila!
Hagen
"The Phaistos disc" -The most ambitious sudoku ever in circulation-.
The quantitative part of the solution:

http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/f13c.htm

http://web.gvdnet.dk/GVD002393/cards.htm
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--CELKO--
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2006 7:18 pm    Post subject: Re: Very sudoku-like Reply with quote

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Nevertheless, alone within this year -2006-, 40 messages have been posted with the header 'sudoku'. So you better run faster with your rec.puzzles

I just used sudoku solving as an SQL programming problem on
www.dbazine.com!
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O.H.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 16, 2006 8:28 pm    Post subject: Re: Very sudoku-like Reply with quote

--CELKO-- wrote:
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Nevertheless, alone within this year -2006-, 40 messages have been posted with the header 'sudoku'. So you better run faster with your rec.puzzles

I just used sudoku solving as an SQL programming problem on
www.dbazine.com!

This is exactly a daily event for me. By random I go to the bus stop
once a day. Both bus A and B goes three times an hour, and I very
rarely see bus B. This explains
www.dbazine.com
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--CELKO--
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PostPosted: Sun Jun 18, 2006 10:24 pm    Post subject: Re: Very sudoku-like Reply with quote

Ouch! They have not posted my little Sodoku programming exercise yet!
Stay tuned!
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