## 9+1=1?

(Eingestellt am 19. Juni 2021, 05:00 Uhr von djorr)

Normal sudoku rules apply. Digits connected by a white dot are consecutive. Digits connected by a black dot have a ratio of 1:2.

Digits connected by a gray dot are known to satisfy both conditions. (Note: white/black dots also may satisfy this but it is not known.)

This sudoku lives on a torus. Therefore, dots may appear on the border of the grid (e.g., the first white dot at the top of the grid says R1C1 is consecutive with R9C1). Not all colored dots are given.

Further, since this is on a torus, 9 and 1 are considered to be consecutive with each other.

Lösungscode: Row 4 Column 7 (18 digits, no spaces)

Zuletzt geändert am 25. Juli 2021, 19:57 Uhr

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### Kommentare

am 11. Oktober 2021, 10:49 Uhr von CHalb_mod

Zuletzt geändert am 30. August 2021, 05:39 Uhr

am 29. August 2021, 21:52 Uhr von twototenth
Good puzzle! Took me a bit to get used to the modified rules but still enjoyed solving.
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Thanks twototenth! I really appreciate the solve :)

Zuletzt geändert am 19. Juni 2021, 15:36 Uhr

am 19. Juni 2021, 14:55 Uhr von djorr
Bolded rules, edited difficulty

Zuletzt geändert am 19. Juni 2021, 14:20 Uhr

am 19. Juni 2021, 14:17 Uhr von yousun
It's been solved. I didn't notice it at first.

@yousun: well done!! I hope it was still enjoyable.

am 19. Juni 2021, 13:13 Uhr von yousun

Zuletzt geändert am 19. Juni 2021, 14:09 Uhr

am 19. Juni 2021, 12:54 Uhr von yousun
I didn't see 9 and 1 connected at first눈_눈

Zuletzt geändert am 19. Juni 2021, 07:35 Uhr

am 19. Juni 2021, 07:31 Uhr von e7odie
Got ~80% through before I realized I was completely ignoring the "9 is consecutive with 1"............sigh

@e7odie: oh no!! Yes I put it in a separate "paragraph" for that reason (and in the title!). But hopefully your comment will remind other solvers the same thing. Hope it didn't mess up too much!

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