Timer 00:00:00 Sudoku Sudoku

## if (sTodaysDate) document.write('Sudoku for ' + sTodaysDate.split('-')[0] + '/' + monthname() + '/' + sTodaysDate.split('-')[2]); else document.write('Enter your own sudoku puzzle.')

Help

Play this pic as a Jigsaw
or Sliding Puzzle
Previous / Next

Choose a number, and place it in the grid above.
 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
This number is a possibility
 Automatically remove Possibilities Allow incorrect Moves Clicking the playing grid places the current number Highlight Current Square Grey out Used Numbers Possibilities in Grid Format
Check out the latest post in the Sudoku Forum

Welcome to the Sudoku Forums!

Submitted by: Gath

 Indicate which comments you would like to be able to see GeneralJokesOtherSudoku Technique/QuestionRecipes
 Standard techniques UP 321. (9)d4=(9-5)f4=ef5-(5=2)b5-b7=(2-9)c7=(9)b9 =>-9b9 UP 81 21/Apr/15 12:22 AM |  |
 Wow, Wendy! It looks like a fantastic abstract painting! 21/Apr/15 12:31 AM |  |
 Hi cenoman.You meant +9b9, didn't you? 1. Note b57=25,hi5=39.Unique possibilities to 32.An English version of cenoman's logic:2. Whether b5=2=c7;OR b5=5=f4,d4=9;b9=9.UP81. 21/Apr/15 1:46 AM |  |
 Since there is a color among the layers of sand and rocks, the photo can't be black and white... but then how does the sand appear to be so gray and white? 21/Apr/15 6:09 AM |  |
 Hi Alfred,sorry for the typo. I meant -9d9, which is equivalent to +9b9, since 9b9=9d9 is a native strong link. Thank you for your careful reading.Best regards.cenoman. 21/Apr/15 6:21 AM |  |
 Great image! My first thought, before reading the caption, that it was a kitten in a blanket. 21/Apr/15 7:01 AM |  |
 #27 39@hi5=>hi5<>71 #32 25@b57=>b5<>48#33 5@gi9=>a9<>5 7?@d9=>b9=9=>b2=8=>a1=6=>a9={}=>d9<>7#35 8@df7=>a7<>8 8@c56=>c8<>8 5@a4=>a8=3=>c8=6=>a7={}=>a4<>5VHBC to More... 21/Apr/15 7:23 AM |  |
 39:04 21/Apr/15 10:35 PM |  |
 Hi all. Easy today great photo, 7:28 22/Apr/15 7:10 AM |  |

Not a member? Joining is quick and free.
As a member you get heaps of benefits.
You can also try the Chatroom (No one chatting right now - why not start something? )
Check out the Sudoku Blog     Subscribe
 Easy Medium Hard Tough Or try the Kids Sudokus (4x4 & 6x6) 16x16 or the Parent's Page.
Printer Friendly versions:
 Members Get Goodies! Become a member and get heaps of stuff, including: stand-alone sudoku game, online solving tools, save your times, smilies and more!
 Welcome our latest MembersSpike Jones from Pennsylvanianabapammm from ocean groveleandro from Sydney
 Member's Birthdays TodayNone Today.