Sudoku People

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Sudoku People

Postby RichardGoodrich » Fri Dec 21, 2012 11:55 pm

This is difficult to quantify. This might fit with Sudoku History also.
Maybe could call it Sudoku experts, Sudoku pioneers. However,
want to do it, it would be neat to see the "people" aspect of
Sudoku. Who are the pioneers. Who are acknowledged as having
the most expertise in Sudoku from various view points. Anyway it
would be great to have a list, with short Bio of Sudoku people of note.
However, you would define that!
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Re: Sudoku People

Postby ab » Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:06 pm

You should find some of what you want here:
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudoku
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Re: Sudoku People

Postby storm_norm22 » Mon Jan 14, 2013 7:51 pm

since we are in the "gaming era" of personal computers, and a lot of time must be spent on a RPG type game to get a full understanding, much like how sudoku is a "time killing" game to get a handle on, I suggest we could put class titles with these people

you could have

Ambitious learners - (page)
pure solver (warrior)
pure programmer - (Sorcerer)
pencil and paper - (human class)
coffee and breakfast solver - (immortals)
sudoku admins - (Clerics)
teachers (Mage)


the list could be anything like this.

I think those of the sudoku community could easily be classified, just upon their respective contributions to different parts of this forum.

for example, i'd classify myself as a page/warrior because 100 % of my sudoku being wants that puzzle to come to a crumbling end :D
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Re: Sudoku People

Postby RichardGoodrich » Thu Nov 07, 2013 3:46 am

storm_norm22 wrote:since we are in the "gaming era" of personal computers, and a lot of time must be spent on a RPG type game to get a full understanding, much like how sudoku is a "time killing" game to get a handle on, I suggest we could put class titles with these people

you could have

Ambitious learners - (page)
pure solver (warrior)
pure programmer - (Sorcerer)
pencil and paper - (human class)
coffee and breakfast solver - (immortals)
sudoku admins - (Clerics)
teachers (Mage)


the list could be anything like this.

I think those of the sudoku community could easily be classified, just upon their respective contributions to different parts of this forum.

for example, i'd classify myself as a page/warrior because 100 % of my sudoku being wants that puzzle to come to a crumbling end :D


I like that - SORRY so long in responding! I must be in the class of procrastinators if I could ever get around to it! Actually I carry a
"round tuit" with me (a wooden coin with 'tuit' written on it. Peace.
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