The Swiss Qualification Tournament for the 13th World Sudoku Championship is currently in progress. This Sudoku Tournament contains many new Sudoku Variations like Cheese Sudoku, Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku, and Wilhelm Tell Sudoku. Unlike other standard Sudoku Variations, Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku is a 6x6 size Sudoku and the digits used in this Sudoku type are 1,1,2,3,5, and 8 instead of 1 to 6. It makes this Sudoku type very interesting especially repeating digit 1 in Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku makes it a very interesting solution. I have created two of these Sudoku types and published these Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku puzzles in the Fun With Sudoku Series as the 329th and 330th Sudoku Puzzles in this Series.
1st Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku puzzle is very easy which will help you to understand the rules. However 2nd Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku puzzle which is numbered #330 does not contain any given digit and will be challenging. Let's see how much time it will take to solve these puzzles. Please post your timings and feedback in the comments section.

## Rules of Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku Puzzle

Place the Fibonacci number 1,1,2,3,5,8 in each empty cell in the grid such that each row, column, and marked 2x3 box contains each number exactly once (1 twice).
In all cases where two neighboring cells contain consecutive Fibonacci numbers, a circle is placed between those cells.
 Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku Puzzle (Fun With Sudoku #329)
Answers to these Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku puzzles can be viewed by clicking on the buttons below. Please do give your best try to solve these Sudoku puzzles before looking at the answer.
 Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku Puzzle (Fun With Sudoku #330)

These two Consecutive Fibonacci Sudoku Puzzles I am publishing as #329th and #330th Sudoku puzzles in the Fun With Sudoku Series. Here are the next are previous Sudoku puzzles published in this series.

Gaurav Kumar Jain said...

5 and 8 mins...

Rakesh said...

2.30 and 5.50

Vijaya Rajan said...

Enjoyed it. Under 4 mins first one.

Vijaya Rajan said...

Second one done. Missed out some obvious clues. Very nice.