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"Non-consecutive Sudoku" shows rules of "Consecutive Sudoku"

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Posted 27th Jul 2018 at 21:30
vsrawat
28th May Non-consecutive Sudoku 161 shows rules of "Consecutive Sudoku", hence I couldn't understand how to play it.

Please show the correct rules.

Thanks.
--
Rawat

Posted 28th Jul 2018 at 00:10
gareth Administrator Daily subscriber
The rules are the same. The non-consecutive puzzles are consecutive puzzles. They just happen to have no bars.
Posted 28th Jul 2018 at 19:24
vsrawat
still not clear,

Does it mean that all numbers non-consecutive puzzles will have a difference of 1 to the digit left right above below?

Posted 28th Jul 2018 at 20:41
gareth Administrator Daily subscriber
All joins are non-consecutive.
Posted 29th Jul 2018 at 10:09
vsrawat
What are "joins".

Some feedback is given to you that users are facing difficulty in understanding the rules of that variant, and thus can't play it.

If you don't wish to hear to that and doesn't want to do anything, it is ok. It is your site..

Posted 29th Jul 2018 at 10:57
Elisabeth Daily subscriber
vsrawat, non-consecutive means just that, NO numbers can be next to their consecutives e.g. 1 cannot be next to 2 up, down, right, left; 7 cannot be next to 6 or 8 and so on.
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