1. Junior Member Newbie
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Actually. While you sleep, you use like the same amount of your brain as you usually do. It's just disconnected from your body so your don't run around as you dream.
Sudoku is great, especially during class time.

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oh....<_< i see..never knew that...would be funny to see someone running around in their sleep though..

3. I play Sudoku every Sunday, when I get bored. I'm not very good at it. Mostly I finish one puzzle, start the second, get bored/lost, and have a nap. =D Fun, though.

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they made a lot of books on it and i brought one to play but i only did one, got a headache and put it away, forgot where it is now =P

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## I can't understand the rules

I don't get it(maybe i'm dumb) but how the fuck do you play?(just tell many pages, only gives shit and crap making it hard to me to understand, the games rules.)
Would you or just you help me?

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yea it hard i didnt even get the basics of it...so much math such little mind >_<

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## So you had also problems with it?

Man then i'm not alone lol

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There is absolutely no maths involved, guys.

It's simple, you have 9 boxes, each with nine squares.

In each square, you must write one of the numbers from 1 to 9.

Each horizontal and vertical line (- and |) must have the numbers one to nine.

Each number must occur only once per box and once per line.

There is no maths involved at all.

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Sudoko involves 0% of mathematics its all just logic. Theres no need for any number guessing if you get stuck because there is ALWAYS a logical way to find your next number no matter how hard the difficulty.

Also when we sleep we actually use more of our brain than we do awake or so says my sister who is a biology teacher, and was a first class honour student at uni.

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hmmmm

well, i don't like any type of puzzle games, perhaps aside from word searches and crossword puzzles (seldom).

i suppose i might try it out one day for the hell of it, but i don't have any inclination to do so as of yet.

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