The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - TV Guide - - PPUUZZZZLL­EESS -

Samurai su­doku puz­zles con­sist of five over­lap­ping su­doku grids. The stan­dard su­doku rules ap­ply to each 9 x 9 grid. Place dig­its from 1 to 9 in each empty cell. Ev­ery row, ev­ery col­umn, and ev­ery 3 x 3 box should con­tain one of each digit.

The puz­zles on Samurai su­doku have one unique so­lu­tion which can be found with pure logic, no guess­ing re­quired. Wel­come to a puz­zle fit­ness work­out aimed at im­prov­ing your brain power. Boost your men­tal agility with a ses­sion ev­ery day in the Men­tal Gym. Record the time you take to com­plete each puz­zle and you can keep track of your ever-in­creas­ing men­tal strength. If a dot­ted line in­di­cates a cut, and an un­in­ter­rupted line in­di­cates a fold, which of the five pat­terns is pro­duced when you fold and cut the square of pa­per as in­di­cated?

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