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5 Ways to Improve Your Sudoku Skills

Updated on February 12, 2017

If you are an enthusiast of board games, you will agree that Sudoku is one of those alluring word games that you can't just have enough of. Infact, many people have made Sudoku part of their every schedule and can attest that Sudoku keeps the brains sharp and focused. It's not uncommon to find individuals who play Sudoku not just for the thrill of it but relieve the stress they are undergoing.

That said, Sudoku is most thrilling if the players know the rules and the tricks of this game. For starters, the learning can be sharp if you don't have the right tools to help improve your Sudoku skills by the day. If you are still stuck in the starter stages of Sudoku, these five tips will tell you boost your skills and reach levels you've never reached before.

1. Youtube Videos

There are hundreds of videos resources on Youtube that you can learn how to play Sudoku like a pro. Some of the videos are made for the pros and there are also those made for a beginner. So, how do you know which resource best fits your level?

Simply search how to play Sudoku and your level in Youtube's search area. If you are a beginner, for example, you can search for How to Play Sudoku' for a beginner. You can also refine the search phrase to fit other levels.

Check Out a Sample Resource Video Below:

2. Print Books

There are thousands of classic books out there you can use to up your Sudoku skills. Just as with videos, books are also written for different player levels right from starters to advanced players just looking to polish up their skills.

Some nice resources you should look up include:

The 200 Hard Sudoku Puzzles Book

Has hundreds of puzzle set ups that you can use to up your skills.

Sudoku Puzzles volume 1

Huge Book of Hard Sudoku.


These copies aren't the only great books but if you land one, you will surely improve on your Sudoku skills over time.



3. Online Training Boards

You don't necessarily need to download Sudoku games on your desktop to enjoy the thrill. There are hundreds of great online platforms that you can use to furnish your skills and grow your expertise. Some of such online platforms include www.funbrain.com/sudoku/Sudoku.html and http://planetsudoku.com/ among many others.

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