This is the last part of the step by step easy Sudoku tutorial using the easy Sudoku puzzle example. And this post is mainly diagrams of the interim stages, towards the solution. As I have already described the method, rules and tips that you should use for solving this easy Sudoku puzzle example, in the previous 2 posts.
This is part 2 and follows on from where I left off in the step by step how to solve an easy Sudoku tutorial of my previous post. The example I’m using is an easy Sudoku, just to show how to apply the Sudoku rules as described in my previous post. So this post shows interim stages with diagrams and descriptions of solving this Sudoku puzzle. You can pick any of these interim puzzles to practise doing Sudoku yourself. Just remember to apply the basic Sudoku rules as I described previously.
In the next series of posts I will show you some Sudoku strategy tips to solve easy Sudoku puzzle. I’ll be using an easy puzzle as an example and working through it in this series of Sudoku tutorials. Including step by step instructions and pictures at each stage showing you how to solve this Sudoku puzzle. This is a great starting point if you would like to learn how to solve Sudoku but don’t know where to start, as it incorporates the main Sudoku principles/rules that I detailed in my previous post.
I wanted to go over the basics first before moving onto the advanced Sudoku tutorials, as the same basic Sudoku rules apply.
In this post I am just going to show you how to start a Sudoku puzzle, step by step. When a written step by step description for solving Sudoku can be quite long, which is why I am splitting this into a number of smaller posts. But, and this is my first tip, with practise you can learn how to not only be quicker at solving the puzzles but also progress to more difficult ones as you get better. Sudoku is a game of logic and elimination and with practise you will see how much fun they are to do as well as a good way to give your brain a bit of exercise!