My videos will help you learn to play Sudoku. You’ll improve your Sudoku solving skills. No longer will you be baffled by the game. Sudoku can help your memory and improve your cognitive abilities by practicing logic.
- These lessons are simple and easy to understand
- No complex terminology
- Easy to put to use right away solving Sudoku puzzles
- The lessons are powerful
- You’ll learn the one technique that everyone teaches, but you should never use (it’s a waste of time and it’s extremely tedious)
- Accelerate your solving by reducing the amount of data you put on the board
- Simple pencil marking that gives you amazing results
- You’ll discover the “Two Hidden Truths of Sudoku”
- Plenty of exercises and review
- How to work with partial information
- How to approach puzzles with very little given information
- … and much more!
By signing up you’ll get 7 free lessons that will teach you how to do Sudoku. So stop beating your head against a wall, and sign up today!
- Waldo Pryor’s Pencil Marking Question - Mr. Pryor writes in with a question about Junior puzzle ___: “At this point, my question is what kept the 5 in box 1 from going in row 2 & 3, left and middle columns?” [You have to watch the video to see what he's talking about.]
- Bazooka’s Tough Puzzle - A viewer, who wants to be known as Bazooka, sent an e-mail: “Dear Professor, So far I have been able to solve one hundred puzzles from your techniques, easy one’s but still solved, but this one I can’t get past. Could you please help me?” Sure, Bazooka! Here it is solved start to finish.
- Sudoku Book Reviews – Part 4 - Reviewing More High Quality Sudoku Puzzle Books The books in the Martial Arts Sudoku series are excellent, high-quality puzzles. Here I review two books at the “Black Belt” level and tell you what to expect when it comes to difficulty.