Sudoku-utopia: 336 Puzzles to Blow Your Mind! by Peter De SchepperSudoku-utopia: 336 Puzzles to Blow Your Mind! by Peter De Schepper

Sudoku-utopia: 336 Puzzles to Blow Your Mind!

byPeter De Schepper, Frank Coussement

Paperback | April 1, 2014

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Sudoku addicts—this is your utopia for puzzle perfection! With 336 fabulous Sudoku, divided into medium, hard, and very hard, this oversized, fun-filled collection gives solvers hours of entertainment and a chance to build their skills. Give yourself a real mental workout. Start with the solutions for four different solving strategies. Learn how to exclude options by finding a box where only one number is possible; situate the right number; recognize patterns; and do "framesecuring"—a technique that’s helpful when completing the most difficult Sudoku.
Created by two of the world’s best puzzle masters, Sudoku-utopia offers an unforgettably challenging, mind-blowing, brainteasing, logic-building experience!
PeterFrank was founded in 2000 by Peter De Schepper and Frank Coussement. Their internationally registered trademark, BrainSnack®, stands for challenging, language-independent, logical puzzles and mind games for kids, teens, and adults. It also stands for high-quality puzzles. Whether they are made by hand like the visual puzzles or ge...
Title:Sudoku-utopia: 336 Puzzles to Blow Your Mind!Format:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 10.04 × 8.49 × 0.52 inPublished:April 1, 2014Publisher:CharlesbridgeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1623540216

ISBN - 13:9781623540210

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Read from the Book

How does one play sudoku?
Fill in the grid so that each row, each column and each 3 x 3 frame contains every number from 1 to 9.
How does one solve a sudoku?
To solve a Sudoku, you don’t need any mathematical insight —logic is fine. There are four strategies that allow you to solve every Sudoku in this book—from medium to very hard.