Odd Sudoku 2019 - 2

I came to know that Simon Anthony from UK, had done a video earlier of this version of the Odd Sudoku that I had posted earlier on the blog.

It is a very nice tutorial to learn the approach and on how to solve an odd sudoku.


The link to the video is pasted above for you all to check it out.

AntiKnight-NonConsecutive 2019 - 1

Last week I received a message from Simon Anthony, a member of the UK Sudoku team and an avid video blogger. He has a YouTube channel where he picks up puzzles of various authors and explains to his visitors the approach take to solve them. So Simon messaged me and said that another friend of ours Christoph Seeliger, had recommended a puzzle of mine to be featured on Simon's YouTube Channel.

The puzzle in question was an Antiknight - NonConsecutive sudoku that I had created way back in 2013. I was pleasantly surprised that Chistoph remembered the puzzle after so many years.

What Simon has done in the video is remarkable. He has made the approach to such mutant variants so simple. This video becomes a good guide for people who wish to learn how to solve an Anti-Knight Sudoku and also a Non-Consecutive sudoku.

You can view the video here.


Odd Sudoku 2019 - 1

With the launch of our website, there has been a lull in me posting sudokus on my blog.

Few weeks back, I had created an Odd Sudoku for the website. It was a bit tough so I had added a few clues to make it easier. Here is the original hard puzzle for people who are interested.

If you are not aware, you can play a hand crafted Classic and a Variant Sudoku every day at https://www.sudokumaniacs.com

Rules of Classic sudoku apply. Additionally, cell with a circle can contain only odd digits.

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Today we have a Classic and another tricky variant. It is a Kropki Sudoku, with a very narrow starting path. Do you think you can find the start?