A puzzle called “Sudoku” that I knew existed for a long time, but I had never done it.
It was one of the fun that I was excited about to try it for the first time when I was refraining from corona, which was published in the Saturday version of the Asahi Shimbun <
The puzzle called “Sudoku” is a simple puzzle in which the numbers from 1 to 9 are applied to a total of 81 squares, 9 horizontal rows, and 81 squares in total.
Numbers from 1 to 9 are entered in each of the 3 × 3 blocks (blocks with 9 squares each) surrounded by thick lines. The same number cannot be entered in the same block or row. It is a puzzle that you enter by entering any number from 1 to 9 in the empty cell.
This is quite difficult…
The followings were published in this week’s Asahi Shimbun. The first is difficulty level ★, and the lower is difficulty level ★★★.
When I did it for the first time, I struggled with a pencil and an eraser, and the newspaper was in a black state.
After doing it several times, I got the hang of it, and I tried to assemble cells with Excel on my computer (Surface) and make notes so that I could make notes.
At first, it took half a day at the intermediate/advanced level, but it has grown to a level that can be deciphered in a small hour.
Focusing and not making small mistakes ultimately leads to the correct answer.
There is also this [Sudoku] smartphone app, which is very kindly made, so you can get to the correct answer in a short time even with the same concentration. Please try patience and concentration training once.