I'm sure that was easier than the last easy I did....
computer crashed, start again. Is anyone else suffering apple crashes with the new OS?
Phil: Nope, my macOS is stable
done, yup, pretty easy
2009 27 inch iMac running Sierra 10.12 Only seems to happen if I'm using the dreaded Facebook - not often!
What browser are you using?
I use Chrome for Mac
That was no expert. Done. NG. EZPZ.
Way too easy...ng.
Dr Who - 8018? Are you ill or on vacation?
It was an EZPZ until nearly the end. Then it was easy to find a contradiction. 24.
Cross hatching rules today.
dng, 1 guess
I've used Sudokuwiki to try to help teach me advanced skills... but so far as I can see, "alternating inference chains" and things like that are nothing more than "guessing" with a diploma. What I need is better ways of spotting what's worth attacking.
(not referring to today's ezpz puzzle)
spellacked: The ultimate question of Sudoku seems to be the issue of how deeply you want to delve into deconstructing puzzles while solving them. If you are interested in seeing more of the complex interconnections in advanced puzzles, you essentially have to retrain your brain to spot them even when they are configured in unexpected ways and hidden under layers of diversionary camouflage. Brains are amazingly adaptable if they are pushed hard and often. The modern term for the effect is brain plasticity. The key is to push yourself hard and to stay focused and motivated for as long as it takes to develop the new skills and understanding that you are looking for. Basically that means doing lots of difficult puzzles in a short span of time.