Systematic Sudoku (Sysudoku) is a human engineered way to solve Sudoku puzzles, and provides graphic and completely documented examples and collection reviews at all levels. Diagrams and tables that aid solving are demonstrated.
Over 500 weekly posts give complete examples with move by move traces for you to follow, and detailed diagrams of highlighted moves. Actively reading traces, by filliing your own grid as you anticipate, then verify each move, is an excellent way to discover and appreciate new techniques, and new situations.
The Menu Bar accesses the site elements are described below.
The Monthly Archive
Sysudoku posts can be accessed by scrolling back through posts, but individual posts are directly accessed by date. Click on a month in the right side column under Archives and the posts of that month are shown with date, title and an opening phrase. Click to read the post. Comments and replies for the post are at the bottom of the full text. Categories and tags are also listed at there. Click on a tag for a list of posts with the same tag. Use the back arrow to close the display and , return to the month’s page for browsing. Another back arrow and you’re back to the original post, usually the home page.
A Search box is at upper right on the post window. It brings a list of posts related to your search term, similar to the archive or tag list.
The menu bar under the header picture links to the parent pages described below. Click for the parent page, or drag down rightward for the menu for child pages.
These pages briefly describe the distinctive Systematic Sudoku approach to solving puzzles. A walk through demo of Sysudoku Basic is included. . If you’re new, start with About Sysudoku
The page pyramid manual on Sudoku methods and Sysudoku innovations.
Click for the parent page that describes the contents of a review table. The review pages are included on some weekly posts. Drag for a list of reviews and dates, then use the monthly archive to get the review post.
This is information on solving aids, including the use of Microsoft ©PowerPoint and ©Word templates for solving, how to load a puzzle and how to draw curves, and coloring technique.
A glossary of Sysudoku and related Sudoku community terminology.
An explanation of follow up traces, which is probably unnecessary for experienced solvers.
This page lists post titles, organized by collection or reviewed author. It’s handy for browsing and includes dates for monthly archive access.
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