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Get your Sudoku hat, hot cup of coffee and a sharp pencil ready for the April Sudoku puzzles.
As a bonus, each month this year we will start with a Sudoku puzzle in progress, where it appears there are no more obvious or not-so-obvious clues.
A special treat awaits you this month. The “Clueless?” series continues, challenging you to think outside the box!
Welcome to a new year of Sudoku articles and an opportunity to further hone your Sudoku skills. We have a special treat this year, starting with this issue.
I realized that over the last five years of monthly Sudoku articles, there has not been an occasion to introduce a puzzle requiring Step 8, which is “An Expansion of Dan’s Close Relationship Challenge”.
The Editor asked for an easier puzzle, so this month we will please her. There are no advanced techniques, Steps 6-8, required, but you will need to play your “A” game to solve.
Great bass fishing on the St. Lawrence River is calling, so this “impossible” puzzle will be short!
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.