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Yesterday, I was finishing a sudoku grid in the metro and I ended up with four entries a,b,b,a that could be entered in two symmetric ways! Nothing mathematically surprising. However, this never happened to me before and, while it is obviously a possibility, I had not realised that sudoku creators could choose this option… This is not a well-defined question, but how likely is it that one ends up with such an exchange quadruplet (or rather pair of pairs)?! (The above was written using the sudoku R solver, pointed out there.)