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No, there's no way out of that situation that won't result in the end game. You can drop the 6 on either of the 7's. That will trigger the 7, that will drop and trigger the 6 and then trigger the 3's. Unfortunately, that will leave you with all the 2's and 1's and no way out from there. You can trigger the lone 2 on the left, but the combination of 1's ...

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Here are the first 261 pieces you drop (COMPLETE) 2 1 1 6? 4 5 5? 5? 1? 6 1 5 7 5 3 6 3 2? 6 4? 2 5 7 1 2? 5 1? 3? 2? 4 5 5 2? 1? 6? 2? 3 2 3 2? 3? 6 2 7 7 6 3? 2? 6? 4 7 4 5 4 3 6 1 6? 1 5 7? 4 6 3 5? 7 4 3 5 2 6? 2 7 2 1 4 7 4? 4 2 7 3 5? 5 5 1? 7? 7 7? 2 7? 2 3? 2 3 2? 2 6? 5? 4? 6? 5 7? 2 6 7? 7? 5? 4 2 3? 7 2 3 2? 1 3? 4 1 3? 1? 1 6 1? 5 7 5? 2 5 5 ...

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If there is a (x) behind a number the piece is not visible. If there is a question mark, ?, where there is suppose to be a number I don't know witch number is behind the block yet. The starting row is: 6(x),4(x),5(x),7(x),5(x),1(x),3(x) Que: Level 1: 2,1,1,6(x),4,5,5(x),5(x),1(x),6,1,5,7,5,3,6,3,2(x),6,4(x),2,5,7,1,2(x),5,1(x),?(x),2(x),4 Level 2: 5,5,...

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I'll start this by saying that I worked on a port of the game to WP7 (and have my own personal Xbox 360 version) that was never released, so I can't come right out with the information requested. I feel like I can give a few comments though. That video you posted shows the sequence, if you wanted to document it, you can get all of the information right ...

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