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Yes, everyone says to do that, but no one explains how to do it systematically. Here is how I do it: I first create a frequency distribution of all the
Sudoku --54 Clues in Five Minutes This methodology is easy to utilize, but the explanation is wordy so stay with me. Start the Clock! There are 9 Squares
Sudoku Puzzling Materials OK... So, minimally all one needs is a puzzle and a pencil (or pen) and it's “Game On!”. But some Sudoku puzzles necessitate
Sudoku! Everything you need to know about this addictive puzzle. Come for the knowledge. Stay for the fun.
Though likely written somewhere in this site already: Two or three of the same candidate forming a line in a region eliminates that candidate as a possibility
Illustrative Sudoku tips teach you how to solve difficult Sudoku puzzles and games. Learn techniques that will make you a pro.
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Fast, focused, head-to-head Sudoku action. Timed, of course - the pace is competitive. Bragging rights are up for the puzzler who finds their numbers first
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Du-KO - A Sudoku board game that brings families together! What was once an individual game, now can be played by 1 to 9 players. Competitive, challenging, fun!