Hope you are not sick. The Post answer and the new Samurai Sudoku not posted on Tuesday
Luette, no, I’m not sick, I was away. The Washington Post Samurai Sodoku answer has been posted and the Samurai puzzle will be published on Saturday. Sorry for this glitch.
I have purchased volume 1, 2, 3, and currenty working on volume three. I spilled coffee on my book and lost puzzles solutions for puzzles 46 thru 63. where can I find the solution pages 85/86 for this book ? thankssss
Sorry, I’m old … not a computer guru. I went to Samurai Sudoku and to solutions. What am I supposed to click on to get the answers to the Washington Post Sunday puzzle. I don’t get it.
char, you have to click on the first 4×4 square that has “www.djape.net” written over it.
Is there any way I can get the solution for the Samurai Sudoku from the Sunday Washington Post dated June 26, 2011? It was puzzle 4 that month and was a level 2 puzzle.
I can’t find it in the archive.
Steven, I sent it to you by email.
Let me know when you get it.
Steven, I visit Washington DC occasionally and buy the Post for its Sunday puzzle, but I’m often not there when the solution comes out the next week. Somehow I’m unable to get the “archive” to work [it comes up Feb. 7 ***2004***.]
How can I find the solution for the Feb. 5, 2012 puzzle?
Any suggestions on getting the archive to work would also be appreciated.
Kokuanani, seems like the Samurai Sudoku from The Washington Post archive was down. I fixed it now. Please let me know if you can access it.
Is the solution for the Saturday, Feb 18, samurai online? I think I copied it down wrong. Today is the 21st and the solution for that puzzle is already available.
Sorry, it’s no longer online.
It’s April 4, 2012 and I don’t see the solution for the March 18, 2012 puzzle.
Where is it to be found?
I mean the Washington Post puzzle. The solutions archive ends on March 4
Steve, the solution is there. Here is the link: http://www.djape.net/2004/02/07/archive/index.php?dl=Washington%20Post/washpost_2012_samurai_march_puzzle3_level4-s.png
Perhaps you didn’t see it right away…
I cannot find the solution to the May 20, 2012, samuai sudoku. Thanks.
The solution posted on your website does not appear to be the correct solution for the puzzle published in The Washington Post on Sunday, July 8, 2012. Could I please get the correct solution?
Carolyn, thanks for pointing this out.
The solutions for all Samurai puzzles from The Washington Post are now in the Archive. http://www.djape.net/2004/02/07/archive/?file=Washington%20Post/
I am desperately trying to purchase Killer Samurai Sudoku 100 puzzles No.4 I live in Mozambique but have delivery address in South Africa. PLEASE tell me how do I order this book Online.
When you login to your Amazon account and add your book to the cart, you can later modify the delivery address. It’s a standard procedure, shouldn’t be a problem.
Please let me know if it worked!
trying to find solution to Samurai Sudoku 11/25/2012. We were unable to locate a Washington Post this week. I now know I can get solution on Tuesday on your website. Thanks, Kathleen Pfeiffer
P.S. I still have not been able to solve one correctly – close but no cigar!
I’m looking for the solution to the Samurai sudoku in the Washington Post on Sunday Jan 13th 2013. I notice that there have been some similar requests for old solutions and I’m hoping that I will strike lucky. I was visiting my son in DC just after Christmas and saved the Samurai Sudoku for a rainy day but now that I have finally attempted it I have made a slip and cannot face the thought of starting all over again! Fingers crossed!
Looking for the solution to the Mar 17, 2013 puzzle. The one posted now is not the one.
Hi – I completed the March 24th Samurai and cannot come up with a solution that does not require guessing. Specifically, the bottom left hand grid with some intermittent squares to the top that need either a ’1′ or a ’3′ to complete. I have never had to resort to guessing but neither myself or my husband can solve this one. It’s driving me crazy – is there any way you can explain? Thank you!
Janet, could you please send how far you can get without guessing and then I’ll explain from there? I mean, send the position you can reach, all the numbers you have filled in up to the point where you had to guess.
The puzzle surely requires no guessing at all, so we’ll see where and why you got stuck.
It looks like the WashPost solution posted by you on Tues has not been correct for the last few weeks.
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