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A Kakuro con­sists of a play­ing area of filled and empty cells sim­i­lar to a cross­word puz­zle. Some black cells con­tain a di­ag­o­nal slash from top left to bot­tom right with num­bers in them, called “the clues”. A num­ber in the top right corner re­lates to an “across” clue and one in the bot­tom left a “down” clue. The ob­ject of a Kakuro is to in­sert dig­its from one to nine into the white cells to to­tal the clue as­so­ci­ated with it. How­ever no digit can be du­pli­cated in an en­try.

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