Let ,
,
and
be the vertices of the inner Soddy triangle, and
also let ,
,
and
be the pairwise contact points of the three tangent circles. Then the lines , , and concur at a point known as the second Eppstein point
(Kimberling), denoted by Eppstein (2001). Although Eppstein (2001) actually cited
(Oldknow 1996), he missed the fact that is equivalent to the outer Oldknow point defined by Oldknow
(1996).

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