New York Post Fiendish Sudoku: The Official Utterly Addictive Number-Placing Puzzle

New York Post Fiendish Sudoku: The Official Utterly Addictive Number-Placing Puzzle

by Wayne Gould
     
 

200 New Puzzles — From Fiendish to Super Fiendish

Su Doku, "the crossword without words," comes with a warning: it is seriously addictive. You don't need to be a mathematical genius to solve these puzzles; it is simply a question of logic and a little patience.

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200 New Puzzles — From Fiendish to Super Fiendish

Su Doku, "the crossword without words," comes with a warning: it is seriously addictive. You don't need to be a mathematical genius to solve these puzzles; it is simply a question of logic and a little patience.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780061173363
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
06/27/2006
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
518,827
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.12(h) x 0.51(d)

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New York Post Fiendish Sudoku

The Official Utterly Addictive Number-Placing Puzzle
By Wayne Gould

HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.

Copyright © 2006 Wayne Gould
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0061173363

Introduction

Since its launch in The Times in November 2004, Su Doku has become one of the most popular features of the paper and an international phenomenon. In a world where time is apparently a precious commodity, it is a testament to the addictive power of the puzzle that so many people can't wait to tackle it on a daily basis and with such intense concentration. The Times books, once they appeared in the bestseller lists, haven't budged since, showing their huge popularity with the book-buying public.

In this latest collection from Wayne Gould, you confront the ultimate mental workout. There are 190 new Fiendish Su Dokus with 10 Super Fiendish puzzles to test you to the absolute limit. These are the hardest puzzles he produces. Remember, his puzzles require no guesswork: logic will lead you to a single solution.

A valuable tip from Wayne Gould: 'If you are writing too many pencil marks, it means you are not understanding how the puzzle works. You may be relying too much on mechanical procedures, without appreciating the underlying logic. If, in time, you can shake yourself free of written pencil marks, you will see the Su Doku puzzle for whatit is -- a thing of beauty!'

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Meet the Author

Wayne Gould is the brains behind Su Doku. A former High Court judge in Hong Kong, he now spends his time developing the puzzle.

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