MinMax Sudoku Puzzle (Daily Sudoku League #215)

MinMax Sudoku is another interesting Sudoku variation in which the sum of the lowest and highest numbers in the first three cells is given outside the Sudoku grid. There are a few variations of this MinMax Sudoku. One of these variations is called MinMax Difference Sudoku, in which the difference between the Minimum and Maximum number is given outside the grid. Another similar variation is MinMax Product Sudoku, in which a product of minimum and maximum number is given outside the grid. Overall all these MinMax Sudoku variations are very interesting. Sometimes these puzzles require many Mathematically calculations before one can put in a few initial digits. MinMax Sudoku puzzle, which I created for the World Sudoku Championship (WSC) 2017 where around 3 Sudoku puzzles, I submitted of MinMax Sudoku type. One of the MinMax Sudoku puzzles appeared in WSC 2017 with a similar theme and now I am published one of the remaining MinMax Sudoku puzzles as part of the Daily Sudoku League as the 215th Sudoku Puzzle in this Series.

Rules of MinMax Sudoku Puzzle

Standard Sudoku Rules apply.  In addition, a number at the edge of the Sudoku grid indicates the sum of the highest and the lowest number in the first three cells in the corresponding row or column.
MinMax Sudoku Puzzle (Daily Sudoku League #215)
MinMax Sudoku Puzzle (Daily Sudoku League #215)
The answer to this MinMax Sudoku puzzle can be viewed by clicking on the button. Please try your best to solve this Sudoku puzzle before looking at the answer.

This MinMax Sudoku Puzzles I am publishing as #215 Sudoku puzzle in The League of Extraordinary Ladies & Gentlemen. Here are the next and previous Sudoku puzzles published in this Sudoku series.


Unknown said...

Done minimax 215 in 45 minutes along with office job
How after 298 this 215

Rajesh Kumar said...

There are three different Sudoku Series on the website. One is Fun With Puzzles for which 298 Sudoku puzzles has been published. There are medium level 9x9 Sudoku puzzles in this series.
Then there is Daily Sudoku League in which currently there are 215 Sudoku puzzles published. There are mostly difficult level Sudoku puzzles in this series. Currently I am posting one Sudoku puzzle on Thursday in this series.
Thirdly there is Mini Sudoku Puzzles Series which contains easy 6x6 Sudoku puzzles for kids.
I think this should explain the different numbers assigned to each Sudoku in these series.

Unknown said...

Is there any book published of both the series and is it avbl in market

Rajesh Kumar said...

No Book as of now. I am publishing it only here for free :).

Unknown said...

You are doing a great job for people like me
I like to solve sudoku but not expert like other group members
You give daily new variants which I have not seen before
I like your puzzles

Rajesh Kumar said...

Thanks Poonam.
Its nice to know that it is helping you.
In fact it is reader like you who regularly solve and post their comments motivates me to put one Sudoku everyday :).

kishy said...

9:04.Hard one