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**Sudoku** is a puzzle that is played on a grid of some 9 **x** 9 spaces. All the nine squares are categorized in the form of columns and rows, which are made out of 3 **x** 3 spaces. Every single column, row, and square is required to be filled with numbers that range from 1-9. You are not supposed to repeat any single number in any column, row, and square.

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**Sudoku** Techniques: **X**-Wings . **X**-Wings are fairly easy to spot, but a little harder to understand than some other techniques. Like others it relies on using positions of pencilmarks to infer enough to allow you to eliminate some other candidates. **X**-Wings are when there are two lines, each having the same two positions for a number.

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Multivalue **X-Wing** 2 : Load Example or : From the Start. The generalised **X-Wing** theory says that we can have a distorted **X-Wing** starting from 2 boxes and eliminating in 2 rows or 2 columns. This next example does just that. We have a strong link between the yellow cells (B7 and H7) using 5. And another strong link between brown cells (A9 and J9).

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**XY Wing (aka Y Wing**) **XY Wing** (sometimes called Y **Wing**) is another advanced technique for eliminating candidates. It starts by finding a cell with only two candidates (a bi-value cell) called the pivot. These 2 candidates are called **X**. Read the **Sudoku** help page for the rules, and the techniques potentially required to solve BrainBashers **Sudoku**. An **X-Wing** is a advanced technique which can eliminate certain candidates from squares. Its name comes from the pattern. **Sudoku** is a puzzle that is played on a grid of some 9 **x** 9 spaces. All the nine squares are categorized in the form of columns and rows, which are made out of 3 **x** 3 spaces. Every single column, row, and square is required to be filled with numbers that range from 1-9. You are not supposed to repeat any single number in any column, row, and square.

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Consider the following **Sudoku** puzzle: The four cells in yellow form a **X-Wing** pattern. The digit 7 is a candidate in exactly two cells in the third and sixth rows. Also the positions in these two rows are exactly the same at the fifth and seventh columns. There are two possible outcomes for the digit 7 in these two rows:. **X- Wing** strategy explained by Logic Wiz. **X- Wing** is a great strategy to eliminate candidates and solve cells. The strategy is for a single digit(y) that appears only. These puzzles require basic **Sudoku** strategy . If you have not solved **Sudoku** puzzles.

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- The XY-Chain strategy allows you to eliminate candidates in a manner similar to Y-
**Wing**.. How to Use XY-Chain.To use XY-Chain, look for two bi-value cells (we'll call them "pincers") that can't see each other but that have at least one number in common (we'll call it the "shared number."). "/> - X-Wing is a more advanced strategy that does not appear until the "Tough" volumes in my collection. In the
**Sudoku**puzzle below, the only cells in rows one and eight that can contain a 9 are those colored green. Since there must be a 9 in both row one and row eight, but they cannot occupy the same column, it follows that either the top-left and ... - Finned/Sashimi Swordfish has done the same job as Finned/Sashimi X-Wing but only just with three base/cover sets instead of 2. The left is a Swordfish with column 159 row 357, and the leftover base cell row 1 column 9 is called a fin. The termination of possible Swordfish without the fin is row 3 column 7, row 5 column 3, and row 7 column 6.
- Consider the following
**Sudoku**puzzle: The four cells in yellow form a**X-Wing**pattern. The digit 7 is a candidate in exactly two cells in the third and sixth rows. Also the positions in these two rows are exactly the same at the fifth and seventh columns. There are two possible outcomes for the digit 7 in these two rows: - Sudoku X Wing Technique with Examples If nothing else, Sudoku solvers have imagination when they name techniques! This idea is completely analogous, logically, to pairs, triplets, etc. Forbidding matrices expose this analogy. Here is the idea as an X wing: Consider any one candidate Consider any two distinct rows