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Old 08-05-2007, 01:41 PM   #15
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Hi Steph, agreed!!!..do you have a link for the letter version?
Hi Paula,
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Free Alphadoku Puzzles - From the novice to the expert, free Alphadoku Puzzles and Alfadoku puzzles for every level of skill
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Old 08-05-2007, 01:47 PM   #16
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Hi Steph,

Thnx!..that looks harder than the number version!
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Old 08-05-2007, 03:15 PM   #17
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I love the game and have become 'addicted'.I enjoy working with numbers and find some of the games a real challenge.
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I'm like Shari and have a Sudoku book in just about every room in the house, one in the truck, one in the car, two in the trailer, go straight to the one in the paper and work the one on the AARP website everyday. But I am NOT mathmatical like Cory. Glad to know it was able to help Lynn.
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Old 08-05-2007, 04:41 PM   #19
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Hi, Paula; As you know Lynn suffered a stroke a year ago March. She has recovered from much of the physical damage but has short term memory and speech problems. Physical therapists had her working with all the mental exercises but didn't mention Soduku. Lynn had been a fan of it for awhile so tried it again. The PT said it helped her a lot. She carries a book wherever we go.

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Hi Neil and Lynn..glad that game helps a lot..it does make one put on his/or her thinking cap and to try to think using logic and deduction, as well as mathematical skills to solve the puzzles!
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Old 11-20-2007, 05:32 PM   #20
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I'm like Shari and have a Sudoku book in just about every room in the house, one in the truck, one in the car, two in the trailer, go straight to the one in the paper and work the one on the AARP website everyday....
Oh... my... gosh.... I tho't that was only Phil!!! Glad it helps the mind... does this mean I have to quit bugging him about Soduku so he can do all the other chores????

Good luck to Lynn! How's her progress??

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Old 11-25-2007, 05:39 PM   #21
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How about.......... if, Sudoku players provide site member(s) with concept, rules, and anticipated outcome.

Newbie game players vrs. (highly intelligent, life smart, 50+plus, seasoned game experts. )

Challenge?

Voting polls from the members are open!
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Old 11-25-2007, 06:56 PM   #22
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Another Sudoku addict! When I was working in the real world, I got everyone in my group hooked. It got so bad that our lead tech came up with a way to eliminate the numbers we didnt need. He saved it in the computer and sent it to all of us. My job when I arrived was to plug in the numbers from the daily paper and print out 20 copies. They were then distributed to all the techs. At the end of the day we would get back together to see who finished it!
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Old 11-25-2007, 07:19 PM   #23
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How about.......... if, Sudoku players provide site member(s) with concept, rules, and anticipated outcome.

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^_^! Are you looking for an online sort of sudoku "training session"??? Or can we start something on the forum???? I think Phil would be "in"...

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Yes re: on line "training session".

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How do we go about this, then??? Suggestions!!

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I tried a version of this game. Pretty hard. It was a variant called
Yu-no-kan-do.

Seriously though, if you can figure a way to play on line here on this website, I'd give it a whirl.
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Oooops

Yu-no-kan-do. Hey! That's the version I play! Anyway I sure dropped the ball on this one. Guess I was supposed to figure out how to do it.... Hmmmm.....

We could just post one and everyone could copy it off and then post their answer when they finished.... Sounds pretty clumsy tho'.... We have a new camper here at the park who's in a Bambi and he also has an IPhone... if that tells you anything! He's a technology whiz.... I'll ask him when we see him again. How about the mods??? Ideas??? Phil is out fishing all day today so I can't get his ideas....

Enough already.... stay tuned....

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