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I've been using @paul_merton
's tool to identify setshttp://bricksetforum.com/discussion/comment/546149#Comment_546149
and seeing how few parts you can use to identify the sets.
Being a fan of Dave Gorman, I thought here is the LEGO equivalent of a googlewhack. Enter two parts and if they only appear in one set, it's a legowhack. Obviously it is harder if the two parts individually occur in many sets, as it is very easy if one or both of the parts occur only in one or just a couple of sets. So the points value can be given as equal to the lower number of sets for the pair. The high number is quite easy so shouldn't count. So for example:
Parts 300121 and 4161331 (in 462 and 45 sets respectively) are a 45 point legowhack
but can be beaten by the similar looking pair of 4106356 and 4161330 (in 238 and 49 sets) at 49 points.
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