Tight Fit Sudoku puzzle is very interesting

There is one more condition in Tight Fit Sudoku that in the cell which contains the two numbers the smaller digit will be above line and the bigger number is will be below the line.

A good way to start Tight Fit Sudoku is that look for the hints which are given in the cells which will contain two cells. Depending upon if the number is given above/below the line number of possibilities of another number gets reduced.

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**Sudoku type**. This is a small Sudoku type but your challenge is to put numbers from 1 to 9 in the Sudoku grid. In this Sudoku size of**and one has to put numbers from 1 to 9 in each row, column and marked region. In fact, in this**__Sudoku grid is 6x6__**Sudoku**type, there are three cells in each row column and outlined region which will contain two numbers and these cells are marked with / line.There is one more condition in Tight Fit Sudoku that in the cell which contains the two numbers the smaller digit will be above line and the bigger number is will be below the line.

A good way to start Tight Fit Sudoku is that look for the hints which are given in the cells which will contain two cells. Depending upon if the number is given above/below the line number of possibilities of another number gets reduced.

I have created many Tight Fit Sudoku puzzles and this page gives the links to these puzzles.

__Rules of Tight Fit Sudoku Puzzle__
Place a digit from 1 to 9 into each of the empty cells so that each digit appears exactly once in each row, column and 3x3 outlined box. In addition, some cells are split by slashes (/) and must be filled by two numbers. In these cells, the smaller number must go above the larger number.

### Tight Fit Sudoku Puzzles (Fun With Sudoku #249, #250)

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