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Sudoku Variants Series (036) - Non Consecutive

(Published on 5. August 2014, 00:00 by Richard)

For this Sudoku Variants Project I have planned to publish a different Sudoku variant every Tuesday. I will see how long it takes before I am running out of ideas.

Non Consecutive
Place the digits from 1 tot 9 in every row, column and 3x3-block. Horizontally and vertically adjacent cells cannot contain consecutive digits.

Solution code: Row 6, followed by column 6.

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on 12. September 2016, 03:08 by ohm0123
Fantastic. Yeah.

on 21. September 2014, 14:55 by Richard
@CHalb: it really helps to know how this puzzle type works. And to have a lot of experience and a little bit of luck! :-)

on 21. September 2014, 09:50 by CHalb
I came straight through this with a bunch of thouroughly noted candidates. Nevertheless this is one of Richards' puzzles, where I have not the glimpse of an idea how one might construct it by hand.

on 6. August 2014, 13:09 by Realshaggy
Nein, die 9 und die 1 haben bei diesem Rätseltyp jeweils nur einen Nachbarn.

on 6. August 2014, 11:14 by Katrin K
Hallo!
Kurze Frage: Folgt nach der 9 wieder die 1?
Danke und Gruß

Difficulty:3
Rating:86 %
Solved:104 times
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