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 Another idea for 6x6 pattern 
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Posted on: Wed Apr 04, 2012 10:43 pm




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Post Another idea for 6x6 pattern
This could be another type of 6x6 (medium difficulty?) that includes 4 W-shape 5-cell cages (like in some 9x9’s …). I believe the solution is unique (however, Patrick, perhaps you can verify this with the solver). Here is the code:

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5,+,a1
21,+,a2a3b1b2c1
80,x,d1e1e2f2f3
2,+,f1
9,+,c2c3d2
2,-,b3b4
3,+,d3
4,-,e3e4
120,x,a4a5b5b6c6
1,+,c4
13,+,c5d4d5
360,x,d6e5e6f4f5
3,+,a6
6,+,f6

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Posted on: Thu Apr 05, 2012 1:26 pm




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Post Re: Another idea for 6x6 pattern
clm wrote:
This could be another type of 6x6 (medium difficulty?) that includes 4 W-shape 5-cell cages (like in some 9x9’s …). I believe the solution is unique (however, Patrick, perhaps you can verify this with the solver).

Yes, one solution, difficulty factor 31 (so not very difficult).

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