EVERY day in the Mail you can play Kurosu, the most addictive brainteaser since Sudoku. There are only two rules: 1: Fill in each space with either a nought or a cross so there are no more than two consecutive noughts or crosses in any row or column. Important note: diagonals don’t count.
: Each row and column must contain three noughts and three crosses. Today’s difficulty rating ★★✩
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QUICK QUIZ: 1 Australia. 2 Fantine. 3 Princess Beatrice. 4 Leicestershire. 5 Cybill Shepherd.
MINDBENDER: 1 £425. 2 They all form new words with the prefix green- (greenfly, greenhorn, Greenland). 3 Caroline Hedwall. 4 Sceptre; the others are ranks of angels. 5 Tin. Stint, tingle, gratin, mutiny.
MASTERQUIZ: 1 David Brown. 2 India. 3 Yemen. 4 Suffolk. 5 Arlington. 6 Point.
1 Tweets. 2 Wobble. 3 Bushel. 4 Speech. 5 Cereal. 6 Aerate. 7 Topple. 8 Prenup. 9 Undoes. 10 Outage. 11 Gasses. 12 Wastes.
KUROSU: 30-SECOND CHALLENGE:
Beginner: 18. Intermediate: 120. Advanced: 225.