Jigsaw Sudoku's other name is Irregular Sudoku. This Sudoku type is famous for both of these names. This is the reason, I keep on posting puzzles of this Sudoku type alternatively. This Jigsaw Sudoku is the continuation of the practice of the UK Sudoku Championship 2018. My previous Sudoku puzzle published here was Consecutive Pairs-Palindrome-Hybrid Sudoku which I thought good for the practice of the forthcoming UK Sudoku Championship 2018. However, I will agree with Kishore's comments and feedback that a Hybrid Sudoku is a very much different solving path than the individual Sudoku type. So for the next couple of days, I will post puzzles with single rules only.
I was not very much comfortable solving Jigsaw/Irregular Sudoku. However, once I solved Scattered Sudoku, this Jigsaw Sudoku looked very easy. Let's see how much it will take to solve this easy Jigsaw Sudoku? Anyway, this Jigsaw Sudoku I am posting in the Fun With Sudoku Series is the 363rd Sudoku Puzzle in this Series.  Can you solve this Irregular Sudoku puzzle?
This Irregular Sudoku puzzle, I prepared for Polish Sudoku Championship 2016.

## Rules of Jigsaw Sudoku Puzzle

Place a digit from 1 to 9 in each empty cell so that each digit appears exactly once in each row, column, and outlined region. Each outlined region is marked by thick borders.
 Jigsaw Sudoku Puzzle (Fun With Sudoku #363)

The answer to this Jigsaw Sudoku puzzle #363 can be viewed by clicking on the button. Please do give your best try to solve this Sudoku puzzle before looking at the answer.

This Jigsaw Sudoku Puzzle I am publishing this as the #363rd Sudoku puzzle in the Fun With Sudoku Series. Here are the next and previous Sudoku puzzles published in this series.

Gaurav Kumar Jain said...

6m..smooth

Unknown said...

Done but first I made some mistake
So time taken more

Aashay Patil said...

6:51

Rakesh said...

7.30 nice