Sudoku: Explaining the Fifteen Steps of the Francis' Rules for Sudoku

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Trafford Publishing, 2006 - 150 pages
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If you are into solving Sudoku challenges, this book should be read. It illustrates how you can apply Francis' Rules to shorten the time taken to obtain a solution to any Sudoku challenge.

If you are not into Sudoku Challenges, then you are missing out on an opportunity for the development of your brain power to meet the needs of modern-day society. More importantly, Sudoku can assist you in overcoming memory loss. Sudoku can easily be done during the many waiting periods you have while boarding your flight, waiting to be served in a restaurant or while on a train.

This book tells you how you can start exercising your mind with the logical steps of a modern Sherlock Holmes.

The second book in this series, Sudoku is Fun: Taking the Francis' Run, is also available from Trafford Publishing.

 

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Contents

Chapter 2 A Simple Example As a Starter
11
Chapter 3 The First Challenge
31
Chapter 4 The Second Challenge
38
Chapter 5 Easy Challenge
49
Chapter 6 The Third Challenge
56
Chapter 7 The Fourth Challenge
64
Chapter 8 Medium Challenges
74
Chapter 9 Applying Francis Rules in Solutions to Easy Challenges
81
Chapter 10 Applying Francis Rules in Solutions to Medium Challenges
100
Chapter 11 A Summary of the Francis Rules for Sudoku
131
Chapter 12 Random Challenges
136
Acknowledgement
145
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