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### Comments and Results for 'Consecutive Sudoku-8 55'

 State Type Title Size Played Avg time Rating (#users) Yours Your best Published Expires Consecutive Sudoku-8 55 8x8 140 8:07 Easy (107) Subscribers only 5th Jan - Show full chart rankings for Consecutive Sudoku-8 55
 Your puzzle statistics First solution time distribution Overall puzzle statistics Log in (or create a free user)to store and view your puzzle statistics Slowest 10% not shown0:00 13:33 Solution time without 'show wrong' Slowest 10% not shown0:00 12:04 Unaided first solution time Slowest 10% not shown0:00 9:55 Completed by 130 users Best time without any aid 2:20 by zemadden Best time with major aid 1:53 by jackers Average solve time with no or minor aid 5:58 Average difficulty rating - all players 1.5/10.0 Average difficulty rating - no aid 1.2/10.0 Average difficulty rating - minor aid 1.0/10.0 Average difficulty rating - major aid 1.8/10.0 Average difficulty rating - show wrong ormultiple sessions 1.6/10.0
Posted 5th Jan 2018 at 18:13
kegworth Daily subscriber Rated puzzle: Moderate Completion time: 14:00
Average time 5.52 ??? I must be missing something here, it takes me that long just to fill in the numbers!
Posted 7th Jan 2018 at 15:06
Last edited by gareth 7th Jan 2018 at 15:07
gareth Administrator Daily subscriber Has started but not yet finished this puzzle
Well, you can fill in the entirety of the top-right 4x2 box before you look at anything else in the puzzle.

And don't forget that if there is no bar between squares then they aren't consecutive. Using this logic you can then immediately place a 5 to the right of the 7 in the top row, by thinking about how the 4, 5 and 6 must go in the remaining squares on that top row.

And then so on and so on.

Gareth, puzzlemix