Everything about Sudoku that doesn't fit in one of the other sections


Postby davefal » Mon Dec 03, 2007 9:31 pm

hi I am new on here and also with sudoku I have a brain injury and it has been suggested by both my counselor and doctor that solving brain puzzles like Sudoku so I am trying to learn how to play would there bee any wizes at Sudoku who through email wouldn't mind tutoring some one to help them thanks
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Postby mizuki » Wed Dec 05, 2007 1:45 am

hi davefal, you should start with easy sudoku puzzles. you need no walkthrough, it's just a matter of practice!:)

a few sites with easy versions:
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Postby Mike Barker » Sat Dec 08, 2007 3:31 am

There are a couple of great web sites to introduce Sudoku. Try

Here's another good puzzle site where you can print out puzzles and the solutions which could be helpful initially:

I'd suggest posting all the questions you have to this thread. There are many here that can help and others will learn from your questions, but if you are uncomfortable with that go ahead and PM me. You could also download one of the computer solvers which can help you get started:

----- Angus Johnson's Simple Sudoku at
----- Nicolas Juillerat's Sudoku Explainer at
----- Robert Woodhead's Sudoku Susser at
----- Ruud's Sudocue at
----- Havard Graff's Sudoku Assistenten at
----- Andrew Stuart's on-line solver at
----- Bob Hanson's on-line Sudoku Assistant at

Good luck with your recovery. I agree with the doctors - Sudoku is a great way to exercise your mind.
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