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This month’s “impossible” puzzle features a fresh look at uncovering a not-so-obvious answer!
August is in full swing. What a great time to tackle another “impossible” puzzle.
The “impossible” series continues with an interesting Step 7 twist. Give it a go on your own, or follow the lead on this grid.
Hands down this may well be the most challenging Sudoku puzzle yet. The “impossible” series continues.
The “impossible” series continues with Puzzle #65. This is perhaps the hardest puzzle yet in the series.
A few readers requested the “impossible series” continue. Give this one a go and elevate your game to the highest level!
Welcome to February, 2020 with another “impossible” puzzle
Dan LeKander's Puzzle # 62...Please Note, Dan would like gifting books in bulk to teachers to use in their classrooms. Additionally, to senior centers and assisted living homes.
Happy holidays! I hope this puzzle brings you joy.
You may wonder about the puzzle selection for this magazine. Why does the author choose a puzzle each month with 17 given answers?
Puzzle #59 can be scary, but not if you learned an advanced technique.
This month we will complete the first 4 steps in the order we observe them, versus all step 1, then step 2, step 3, and step 4 in order, before we move on to step 5!
This month we take to the next logical step in Puzzle Preparation, now that you have developed experience with the concepts.
After many months of puzzles, I decided to modify the Puzzle Preparation steps somewhat, and probably should have done it long ago. The frequency of application is often enough to warrant a new Step 1.
Tame the lion! (Using Step 6 will help!)
May is bonus month! Following Puzzle #52 below is a bonus puzzle #53 for you to solve.
A humbling Sudoku puzzle? A beast? Give it a go and decide for yourself!
Dan LeKander's 50th puzzle is difficult. You may learn the most when you tackle it yourself before looking at his solution!