Tag Archives: Akron Sudoku Tournament

The Akron 2017 Championship Sudoku


This is another Sysudoku analysis of the championship puzzle of the Sudoku tournament put on by the Akron-Summit Public Library. It’s an annual tournament of four rounds, the last being a three person solve – off on poster board grids, … Continue reading

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Hidden Logic Box/Line Interactions


This post looks at the brief and very late THLS treatment of box/line interactions in rc space. I say late, because box/lines (1/31/12) are essential in basic marking of candidates. But in The Hidden Logic of Sudoku,  box/lines are introduced … Continue reading

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Hidden Logic Symmetries of THLS


This post explains SudoRules’ complementary grid transformations that, as The Hidden Logic of Sudoku demonstrates in many Royle 17 examples,  converts hidden line subsets into naked line subsets, and box subsets into line subsets. Of possibly more interest to sysudokies, … Continue reading

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The 2014 Akron Sudoku Tournament


Here is a report on my experience in the Akron-Summit County Library Sudoku Tournament of 2014 last Saturday. In particular, it’s a brief review on how well my recently introduced dublex bypass worked on the tournament puzzles. Each puzzle came … Continue reading

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