There was one round named "The Duets" in World Sudoku Championship (WSC) 2017 for which both MinMax Sudoku and MaxMin Sudoku were required. We decided on the theme for these two puzzles types in which all central numbers will be given in the sequence of 1 2 3 then 4 5 6 and then 7 8 9. I prepared many puzzles of both these types based upon this theme, but each of these puzzles turned out to be very tough which required some extra hints. So we changed the theme to give the central number for each of the 3x3 boxes in the same sequence from 1 to 9. Both the puzzles MinMax Sudoku and MaxMin Sudoku were selected for WSC 2017 based on this theme. However I was left with many unused Sudoku puzzles of these types which recently I reconstructed and now posting these puzzles in the Fun With Sudoku Series as 367th and 368th Sudoku Puzzles in this Series, for the 6th round of GP practice.

## 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 (Fun With Sudoku #367) |

Answers to both of these MinMax Sudoku puzzles can be viewed by clicking on the button. Please try your best to solve this Sudoku puzzle before looking at the answer.

MinMax Sudoku Puzzles (Fun With Sudoku #368) |

These MinMax Sudoku Puzzles I am publishing as the #367th and #368th Sudoku puzzles in the Fun With Sudoku Series. Here are the next and previous Sudoku puzzles published in this series.

The previous Sudoku Puzzle is Windoku (Fun With Sudoku #366)

The next Sudoku Puzzle is Anti-Diagonal Sudoku (Fun With Sudoku #1)

## 1 comment:

kishysaid...7:48 and 5:50

June 14, 2018