Re: Sudoku Cube
zeronspyder <Equinoxexe <at> hotmail.com>
2006-08-04 19:18:37 GMT
--- In caltechrubiks <at> yahoogroups.com, "enguarde1234" <Boomerbama <at> ...>
> A Sudoku puzzle uses the numbers 1-9. It gives you some numbers and
> then you have use your head to figure out the rest. On a Sudokube,
> all the numbers that you can use are given to you. In a nut shell,
> use the method that we first taught you in math class. This will
> a lot more time as you have to be checking to make sure you don't
> repeat numbers on sides. Just do each layer individually and take
> your time while watching what numbers your using. Remember that the
> numbers that they give you are the only ones that can be used so the
> possibilities, while still tremendous, are fewer than if you had to
> put your own numbers in. This will seem much harder as there are no
> colors to identify with, but other than that, it's a regular 3x3x3.
> By the way, are you still up for the competition on August 12th?
> me an email and I'll give you the club members' details of what time
> and such.
The thing is, I took it apart to spray, and can't put it back solved.
Does anyone have a picture for me?