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You have already celebrated the start of 2023, so it is time to settle in and welcome a year of promise for Sudoku . . .
Please welcome the last four Sudoku puzzles for 2022!
Four puzzles this month - can you or can't you solve them? That really is the question!
Can you believe how quickly summer left us at the River? Good thing we have Sudoku to keep our minds sharp through the off-season . . .
Difficult rating … 5/10 (Rating based on puzzles not requiring advanced techniques)
Puzzle #120 should present a moderate challenge!
We start with a Sudoku puzzle in progress, where it appears that there are no more obvious or not-so-obvious clues. Can you find the hidden clue in Puzzle #116?
We continue with 3 puzzles each month. We start with a Sudoku puzzle in progress, where it appears there are no more obvious or not-so-obvious clues. Can you find the hidden clue in Puzzle #113?
Once again Dan LeKander provides you with a challenge - three puzzles this month. Good luck!
We will continue with the 3 puzzles each month. That should be ample material for novices or seasoned veterans. I hope you enjoy this change.
April is bonus month. In addition to the “Clueless series” and feature puzzle, April will be the first month with a 3rd puzzle, a challenging Sudoku puzzle
Have you tried our Sudoku Puzzles? Be sure to try these and go back in time and try those presented in the past. How about Puzzle 55? Let us know how you do.
When we published the final article in Dan's series “Steps to learn the logic of Sudoku”, I never in a million years thought that Dan would so graciously offer to do one or two puzzles just for TI Life, each month – but this month we present numbers 100 & 101!
Here we are in the middle of January and the first month of a brand-new year. May all your Sudoku wishes come true.
You will have time on the holiday to try these two Sudoku Puzzles. Good luck!
On the morning of Sept 23 an idea came to me, which was to identify the number being used, and to mentally place the black tokens . . . yes, a whole new hint on solving Dan' Sudoku Puzzles.
This “impossible” puzzle was chosen to illustrate the importance of taking your time when you think you have all obvious answers . . .
Can the River water level be much lower? This has been a challenging year for St. Lawrence boaters! Let’s switch focus to Sudoku.
The other day I was thinking about this puzzle, trying to find the right word to describe this clue. Somehow the word “doozy” came to mind.