Recently I have created some converse rule Sudoku puzzles like Consecutive Sudoku, Average Sudoku, Kropki Sudoku, XV Sudoku, etc. Average Sudoku is one of these creations. Average Sudoku I have first seen in one of the rounds by Swaroop in Sudoku Mahabharat. I liked this puzzle and was looking to create some puzzles of the Average Sudoku type. Earlier I had created one puzzle which was published with the title Average Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #101). There are four more puzzles I created recently and I am posting the best one among these four puzzles now. Rest of these puzzles, I will post in the coming days.

This Average Sudoku, I am posting in Daily Sudoku League as 128th Sudoku in this series. Can you solve this Average Sudoku puzzle?

Classic Sudoku Rules apply. Additionally, if the number in a cell equals the average of its two horizontal neighbors then the cell is marked with a horizontal line. If the number in a cell equals the average of its two vertical neighbors then the cell is marked with a vertical line. All possible lines are marked.

This Average Sudoku, I am posting in Daily Sudoku League as 128th Sudoku in this series. Can you solve this Average Sudoku puzzle?

__Rules of Average Sudoku__

Classic Sudoku Rules apply. Additionally, if the number in a cell equals the average of its two horizontal neighbors then the cell is marked with a horizontal line. If the number in a cell equals the average of its two vertical neighbors then the cell is marked with a vertical line. All possible lines are marked.

__Rules of Average Sudoku__
Next Daily Sudoku League Puzzle: Frame Sudoku (Daily Sudoku League #129)

Solution of Mini Puzzles Series puzzle titled HAMLE (Mini Puzzles Series #23)

Solution of Mini Puzzles Series puzzle titled HAMLE (Mini Puzzles Series #23)

HAMLE (Mini Puzzles Series #23) Solution |

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