Solving The Puzzling Sudoku: Basic Tips And Tricks For Sudoku Help So You Can Solve Easy Sudoku, Medium Sudoku Or Hard Sudoku Puzzles And Turn Yourself From An Amateur Into A Pro! [NOOK Book]

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They say that Sudoku is a game of common sense. Maybe it is because it should take only common sense to solve a Sudoku puzzle that we find many people are challenged to crack the code and so they become addicted to the game.

The standard Sudoku puzzle shows a large square with three regions, which are printed as nine medium squares, on each side of the large square. In turn, on each side of the regions there are three cells, shown as nine ...
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Solving The Puzzling Sudoku: Basic Tips And Tricks For Sudoku Help So You Can Solve Easy Sudoku, Medium Sudoku Or Hard Sudoku Puzzles And Turn Yourself From An Amateur Into A Pro!

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Overview

They say that Sudoku is a game of common sense. Maybe it is because it should take only common sense to solve a Sudoku puzzle that we find many people are challenged to crack the code and so they become addicted to the game.

The standard Sudoku puzzle shows a large square with three regions, which are printed as nine medium squares, on each side of the large square. In turn, on each side of the regions there are three cells, shown as nine small squares. There is single-digit numbers in the cells scattered strategically and then the rest of the cells are blank. The idea is to fill in the numbers 1 to 9 so that each number comes out only once in each column, row, and box.

Everyone reaches a mental block at some point when cracking Sudoku puzzles. There is what most people would call as killer strategies to help out in solving the most difficult Sudoku puzzles. There are also the most basic tips that can make things easier for you.

Some tips and hints you will find in this ultimate collection:

* There is only one correct solution to any given Sudoku puzzle.
* It helps to mark up the cells with pencil so you can note down different possibilities.
* A number combination cannot be used again anywhere in the puzzle since no two regions will be the same.
* The numbers that are given to start are already positioned correctly to solve the puzzle.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012206381
  • Publisher: KMS Publishing.com
  • Publication date: 1/25/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 282,151
  • File size: 59 KB

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