Oops, I didn't do yesterday's. The hard I referred to was Sunday's hard.
Done, one good guess
Did it. Simple enough with one green.
done... pretty easy for an "expert" level
of th 8 iterations of each array (usually assymetric) some iterations may be easier to solve than others uggestionsdue to brain orientation functions...just a
I am find a significant percentage of the 'easy' puzzles tedious to solve...whereas some of the 'hard' / expert versions are very smooth flowing...those are rare tho
so as an experiment one could 'reorient any puzzle to the other iterations and may find it easier to resolve...which may be going on brain-wise aanyway...brain juggles the image...orientaion is both l/r and u/d
oh dear, i'm so much happier when i don't look and see that it's expert.
The problem is that experts announce themselves--they always start with a clickathon which suddenly grinds to a halt. So when I'm merrily clicking away, it has to be either a very easy-easy or an expert.
21filled in and slowing down
right and i was thinking easy, and then looked.
25 filled and stuck--save for later...greens, maybe
I wonder if there is something intrinsic in the expert metric that requires them to have a significant number of spaces filled by cross-hatching. Or is is just Dr God showing his mercy by not having to scratch out a toehold to start the puzzle, only to have it turn into an expert with every box susceptible to five or six possibilities.
I believe this is the first expert I've ever done w/o greens. Seemed very easy to me.