Absolute Sudoku

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Indy Tech Publishing, 2006 - Games - 304 pages
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Sudoku puzzles are the hottest Japanese import today! Take a grid of 81 squares, broken into nine grids of nine, the numbers 1 through 9 and you have Sudoku. Each number appears only once in a row or column and - to keep you thinking - each number appears only once in each grid as well. Each puzzle has various numerals already in the puzzle, called "givens." These "givens" help the player to get started and their placement help to determine the complexity of the puzzle. This puzzle forces you to use logic over intelligence and is an excellent exercise for your mind. Sudoku loosely translates to "single number." It was started in Japan and then became the rage in England in 2004. Newspapers such as the New York Post and USA Today feature Sudoku puzzles in their print editions daily or weekly. Regardless of your vocation or education level, this game of skill is sure to keep you thinking for hours on end.
 

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Niall Barrett, a professional woodworker for over twenty six years, is the author of Bookcases, Classic Kitchen Projects and Building the Custom Home Office. He lives in Narrowsburg, NY.
Kim Carleton Graves and Masha Zager design and build high-end custom furniture in Brooklyn, New York. They are the authors of Dining Tables.
Andy Charron is a small woodworking and finishing business owner, and contributor to Fine Woodworking magazine. He is the author of Desks, Spray Finishing, and Water-Based Finishes, also with the Taunton Press.
Bill Hylton is an accomplished woodworker and author who has written numerous books including: Chests of Drawers, Rodale's Illustrated Cabinetmaking, Router Magic, Country Pine. He lives in Kempton, Pennsylvania.
Anthony Guidice is a professional woodworker who lives in St. Louis, MO.
Jeff Miller, who operates a professional woodworking studio in Chicago, Illinois, is the author of Chairmaking and Design, Beds, and Children's Furniture Projects.

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