ESPN Baseball Sudoku

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ESPN Books, May 30, 2006 - Games - 268 pages
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Step up to the plate and face the next generation of sudoku!

Mastered sudoku but want to take it to the next level ESPN Baseball Sudoku puts a new spin on the wildly addictive puzzle phenomenon. In sports sudoku, 9 x 9 puzzle grids are solved using traditional sudoku techniques, but here the nine numbers are replaced by the starting positions in a baseball lineup: P, C, 1B, 2B, SS, 3B, LF, CF, RF.

The 200 sports sudoku puzzles are arranged by difficulty level -- Little League (Easy), Minor League (Medium), Major League (Hard), and Hall of Fame (Expert) -- and require no math skills or baseball knowledge, only logic. (The book also contains some bonus All-Star puzzles -- sudoku grids composed of nine letters arranged in anagrams, which, when solved correctly, will reveal the name of a famous athlete.) With an easy-to-follow introduction explaining how these new puzzles work, this is sudoku as youve never played it before.

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About the author (2006)

Diane Barrett, CISSP, teaches classes on networking, security, and virus protection on ISSA's Generally Accepted Information Security Principles Project. Neil Broom, CISSP, is a consultant in the fields of computer forensics, information assurance, and professional security testing. He currently serves as the VP of the Atlanta chapter of the ISSA. Michael Solomon, CISSP, TICSA, is a security consultant and trainer and has worked with clients such as EarthLink, Nike, and Lucent Technologies.

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