The Times Killer Su Doku 5: Bk. 5 Paperback – 2 Apr 2009
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The Times is a British daily national newspaper, first published in London in 1785. A daily cryptic crossword is published in the main newspaper, and the Mind Games section in the Times2 supplement contains sudoku, Killer Sudoku, KenKen, word polygon puzzles, and a quick crossword.
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If you want to make things more difficult you might be able to do what I did. I had always been more attracted to Killer than normal Su Doku. I decided it was about time I learnt how to solve normal Su Doku properly. I bought Fiendish Su Doku and worked my way through it, with a few false starts as I learnt how to break through my usual stumbling blocks. Then I bought Fiendish Su Doku 2 and worked through that too. When I went back to Killer I found I was struggling to find my solving skills with this book (ignoring the easy puzzles). In theory the new skills learnt with normal Su Doku should have helped but I had forgotten some of the various ways of solving Killers. I get there in the end but with much longer solving times than previously.
I'd never written down the techniques I used for Killers. Didn't think I needed to. But I now realise there are so many techniques that can be used on Killers that an extended distraction on Su Doku makes it difficult to remember them all, or to be able to intuit the right one to use at any particular moment.
Oh well, the book is more bangs for my bucks now!
It seems to have done the job because he is struggling with them, much to my delight. :-)
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quite good but not as good as those in times newspaper.nn nn nn nn nnn nnn nnn n n nPublished on 25 Dec. 2012 by peter craske
As always, Times have come up with another book of excellent Killer Sudoku's. Its a bit of an acquired taste but very addictivePublished on 15 Oct. 2010 by Jonathan