# Large Print Sudoku Magazine

Lots of us love sudoku puzzles. But there is nothing worse than small sudoku puzzle grids which require you to strain just to see the numbers on the grid. And there are other practical problems with small grids too - there is much less space for the player to be able to write in their pencilmarks, and this can make the puzzle harder to play and solve.

There will be no such problem with this collection of 100 enjoyable sudoku puzzles!

Every puzzle has its very own A4 page and is very large on the page with a large, bold font size.

So if you struggle with normal sudoku grids, then large print sudoku, containing 100 large print sudoku is for you. The magazine has 100 pages of puzzles and then 25 pages of solutions with four solution grids per page, which again are very readable (the minimum font size is 16 pt throughout).

To download and print a sample PDF page of the magazine, please click this link: Sample Large Print Sudoku Page. It will open in a new page for you to print and play.

To download the Large Print Sudoku Puzzle Magazine in PDF format on A4 paper to print off the puzzles you want when you want to play them, click the 'Buy Now' button below, all for just £1.97 (UK Pounds) or $3.15 (US Dollars):

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The key to solving large print sudoku puzzles, as with any sudoku, is to place the numbers from 1-9 once in each row, column and 3x3 box in the puzzle. This means that there are 27 regions in the puzzle that must each contain 1-9.How do you go about solving these puzzles? Well, there are a few rules that you will need to solve these puzzles, and it varies from puzzle to puzzle. But the key thing to know is that you never need to guess to solve any of these puzzles and they all have just one solution, so you can be assured that if you get stuck at any point you just need to keep looking until you find an instance of a solve rule that you can use.

The two main rules you will need to solve these puzzles deal with two questions: the first is 'what number can go in this square?' and the second is 'where can a number go in this region?'. These are very different questions and enable you to make progress in different ways. The first of these is generally more time consuming to spot as you need to cross-reference with other squares and note down every other number that already appears in that row, column or box. Whilst with the latter, you know that a number must occur once in a region, and you can usually more quickly see which squares in the region are valid candidates for that number. If there is only one square that is a valid candidate, then it can be placed there.

In addition to the above there are a range of other rules that can be used to solve sudoku, and half the fun is finding these rules as you go along. None of the puzzles in this magazine will require really hard rules to solve - they are designed to be fun, relaxing and enjoyable. So you will never need tougher strategies than required to solve newspaper puzzles you can be guaranteed an enjoyable solve. We hope you enjoy these large print sudoku puzzles - if you have any comments or thoughts or would like to see further issues of large print sudoku magazine, please do drop us a line.