Normal Sudoku rules apply. Any two cells separated by a knight's move or a king's move (as in chess) cannot contain the same digit. Any two orthogonally adjacent cells cannot contain consecutive digits.
I hope you enjoy!
This puzzle was inspired by Rishi Puri's fantastic Anti-Knight Non-Consecutive Sudoku series. Please go check it out!
Lösungscode: Row 1 and 9
am 27. Januar 2022, 12:51 Uhr von Vebby
This puzzle was the one of the first ones on CTC that I watched and is my favourite video of theirs to date. It played a big role in getting me into puzzle solving, so it feels appropriate to do this as my 1000th solve on LMD. Thanks Mitchell! :)
am 3. Juni 2020, 15:05 Uhr von phnxde
Nice solving part :D
am 14. Mai 2020, 08:41 Uhr von Nylimb
am 8. Mai 2020, 20:07 Uhr von Rawcoder
am 8. Mai 2020, 15:59 Uhr von Phistomefel
Only two digits and a nicely flowing solution path - great!
am 8. Mai 2020, 04:29 Uhr von bob
Amazing to me.
am 8. Mai 2020, 00:21 Uhr von detuned
With no given digits, and no non-consecutive constraint, the combination of anti-knight and no touch constraints gives a unique solution (up to relabelling of digits and symmetries of the square)
am 7. Mai 2020, 23:03 Uhr von Puzzle_Maestro
I’m astounded that a puzzle with only two givens can have such a smooth solve path!