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A fiendish plot?

Postby Bernard Stay » Tue Jul 05, 2005 2:34 pm

Four puzzles a day in the Times! (3 on the back of T2 + a 'super fiendish' competition entry). And of course I have to do them all; because of the infuriating compulsiveness of Su Doku. But what is this? Is it an anarchist plot to bring working Britain to a halt [and so ruin the economy] or to its knees [and so ruin its standing (!)]? Have a pity!
Bernard Stay
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Postby su_doku » Tue Jul 05, 2005 2:59 pm

And of course I have to do them all

Bernard - an experienced hand such as yourself needn't do the easy (or mild) ones! I empathise!

As for the economy, there's talk of an interest rate cut on the horizon - it may defy logic, but Sudoku must have played a part in championing that!
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Postby jonallen1966 » Thu Jul 07, 2005 6:38 pm

But why do they have to title it Sudoku CUBED.
there is nothing cubed or cubic at all.
It should be triple surely.
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