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Comments and Results for 'Consecutive Sudoku-8 55'

StateTypeTitleSizePlayedAvg timeRating (#users)YoursYour bestPublishedExpires
UnplayedConsecutiveConsecutive Sudoku-8 558x81408:07Easy (107)Subscribers only5th Jan-
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Completed by130 users
Best time without any aid2:20 by zemadden
Best time with major aid1:53 by jackers
Average solve time with no or minor aid5:58
Average rating - all players1.5/10.0
Average rating - no aid1.2/10.0
Average rating - minor aid1.0/10.0
Average rating - major aid1.8/10.0
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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

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  • A yellow/light blue highlight in the time distribution charts highlights your time, where relevant.
  • Rating scores out of 10.0 show the average difficulty rating chosen by users, where 1.0 is "Easy" and 10.0 is "Hard".
  • If a puzzle is opened more than once, including by loading from a saved position, then this is potentially a significant aid so it is listed as being completed with 'multiple sessions' for the purpose of the best time/average rating displays above.
  • Minor aid is defined as no more than one use of 'Check solution' when incomplete and/or no more than one use of 'Check solution' when wrong; and/or using highlighting aids (show repeated digits, show broken inequalities and show valid/invalid placements [slitherlink] only). Major aid is any and all other use of the solving aids except for 'show wrong'.

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