(Eingestellt am 23. September 2022, 19:00 Uhr von 10feet)
An Even Inequality Nonconsecutive Renban Sudoku
I made this puzzle to demonstrate the interesting tension between the Renban and Nonconsecutive constraints. Starting out with 3 star difficulty because I think it solves fairly easily once the break-in is discovered. Hope you enjoy it!
Normal Sudoku rules apply. Place the digits 1 through 9 in each empty cell. Digits must not repeat within the same row, column, or box.
Orthogonally adjacent cells must not contain consecutive digits.
Digits along each renban line must be a set of consecutive digits in any order, and must not repeat.
Cells on either side of the inequality symbol must have values that abide by the indicated relationship.
Cells with a filled square must be even.
Lösungscode: Enter the digits of the 1st row left to right followed by the digits of the 9th column top to bottom.
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