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Sudoku: More than 200 Fun and Challenging Japanese Number Puzzles
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Sudoku: More than 200 Fun and Challenging Japanese Number Puzzles

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by Tammy Seto
 
Join legions of fans from around the globe who are already hooked on SUDOKU!

These popular logic puzzles from Japan are taking the world by storm! Sudoku looks like arithmetic but requires just logic. Each puzzle consists of a grid of nine rows by nine, split into nine boxes nine squares each. The aim is to fill in the grid so that the digits 1 through 9 appear once

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Join legions of fans from around the globe who are already hooked on SUDOKU!

These popular logic puzzles from Japan are taking the world by storm! Sudoku looks like arithmetic but requires just logic. Each puzzle consists of a grid of nine rows by nine, split into nine boxes nine squares each. The aim is to fill in the grid so that the digits 1 through 9 appear once in every row, every column, and every box. While the rules are simple, the solution can be quite complex. Sharpen those pencils and try these new puzzles that have captivated millions around the world. These 200 challenging puzzles offer hours of stimulating entertainment.

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ISBN-13:
9780517228272
Publisher:
Random House Value Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/28/2005
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
8.08(w) x 7.97(h) x 0.64(d)

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Sudoku: More than 200 Fun and Challenging Japanese Number Puzzles 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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I went through most of this book in the last month of my pregnancy. I did the easy puzzles in the beginning of the book to distract myself from the Braxton-Hicks contractions. While I was doped up on on the epidural and had nothing to do, I did the difficult puzzles in the last section. They were fun, and involved quite a bit of trickery. Hidden triples, naked pairs, an x-wing here and there. It was such an entertaining book that when my dad came to visit me and my newborn daughter at the hospital, he commandeered the book and did a puzzle or two while holding my sleeping baby.