KUROSU

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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 ★★✩

PLAY more Kurosu and 6 ad­dic­tive puz­zles like them ev­ery day on your smart­phone or tablet with Mail Plus, your Mail news­pa­per on your screen. Get a FREE trial to­day at dai­ly­mailplus.co.uk

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.

HON­EY­COMB:

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.

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