It has been hinted that this kind of puzzle was going to be posted soon – and to end the suspense, here it is! ðŸ™‚
My first ever
Jigsaw Samurai Sudoku! Not so many sites produce these
puzzles. I might consider including them more often, or maybe even on a regular basis. We’ll see.
Jigsaw Samurai Sudoku for Saturday, July 21, 2007 – Difficulty:
BRAIN
Rules: Solve the puzzle so that every row, column and jigsaw nonet contain all numbers from 1 to 9. There are no 3×3 square nonets as in ordinary Sudoku puzzles!
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To see the solution to this puzzle click hereHINT: You need to use the
Law of Leftovers to solve this puzzle. I will soon post an explanation of this technique.
Go for it!
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Great puzzle. Definitely worth including in the regular rotation (at the expense of odd/even lol).
Fantastic. Kept me going for hours. Please keep them coming.
Wow, this is probably my hardest puzzle solved. I got a few numbers, then it was taking me 510 minutes per number. Then a few would come at once, then nothing again.
Awesome!!! Thanks, Amy Grace
Great puzzle!
This was the perfect treat for my two weeks camping vacation. It took me a while until I found out in which corners you can apply the law of leftovers, and in which you can’t.
Great puzzles, keep em’ coming. They kept me occupied for hours!
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