... by: Roman M
The power of ERs can be illustrated by using your examples in your Franken Sword-Fish strategy pdf,namely ,RHS diagrams 3 and 5.
By looking at the conjugate pair E5 and H5 , and the consequences of one and other being true,
and applying "intersection removal",all the red Xs will result - the Franken fin is not needed.
... by: Dazdingoz0r
Hey. This is my first comment here and I`d like to take this chance to thank you this site that has helped me immensely.
I have recently started learning the strategies and couldn`t help but notice that here, in the 9th example [ 4th real example ], you made the strong links between 3s and 7s horizontally when in fact, the connections should be vertically, since there is a third 3 on row E at E2 [ so it`s not a strong link even with the elimination of the 3 candidate in E1 ] and two more 7s at J2 and J9 on the J row.
Vertically though, there are only two of each respectively on the 3rd and 7th columns, so that`s how the strong links should be drawn in the example.
I know it`s still possible to see how those two are connected eventually, with the colored boxes and all, but it may prove a bit difficult for someone who is just learning these to see the pattern, since he`ll likely try to make sense of the connections in the example.
... by: Roman
In your Single Chain PDF, Fig. 1 of the 5-bi-location links,
also has a good example of an ER - based on the G3-G7
link, eliminates 5's in E# AND E7.
... by: Werner Cejnek
The explanations are great. I bought your book. Will the book also have a new edition ?
Thanks, Werner cejnek