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Kevin Marques

•13 Aug 2022

Playing at sudoku easy level. Although this is the easiest level in the sudoku world, you need to stay focused and master the rules of sudoku to the extent that you can solve the entire grid. You can play daily, print the puzzle grids, solve and see the solution of each grid. The easy level corresponds to level 1 sudoku, the most accessible level, but perfect for beginners.

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The goal of sudoku is to fill a **9×9 sudoku grid** with numbers so that each column, row and 3×3 section contains the numbers 1 through 9. At the beginning of the game, some boxes in the 9×9 grid are already filled in. Your job is to use logic to fill in the missing numbers and complete the grid. Remember that a move is incorrect if:

- a row contains more than one number from 1 to 9
- a column contains more than one number from 1 to 9
- a 3×3 grid contains more than one same number from 1 to 9.

While we encourage all of our players to play sudoku directly from Sudoku Academy, it is possible to print sudoku puzzles to play on paper. The printouts will contain the starting grid and the solution. It is possible, if you wish, to print the grid with all the notes already written.

When it is your first time playing Sudoku in Sudoku Academy, you start with no points and at level 1. In this case, it is assumed that you are a beginner. If this is the case, then indeed the easy level is the lowest and most affordable level. For an experienced player, however, the easy level is very easy and there is very little point in playing at this level. We believe that from level 1 to level 10, you have the level to play in easy. Beyond that, it is most certainly time to play at the medium level.

The objective of sudoku is to complete a 9x9 grid and fill the cells with numbers ranging from 1 to 9. The numbers are placed in nine cells, each 3 by 3, so in each row, in each column and in each small cell, there are nine cells. The same number can only be used once in each column, each row and each separate cell. The level of difficulty depends on the number of numbers already in the cells. If you have many numbers, you have in your hands a very easy sudoku.

Sudoku is a fun and entertaining puzzle game once you understand the rules. However, learning to play sudoku can be a bit intimidating for beginners, so if that's the case for you, here are some tips to help you strengthen your skills.

**Tip 1**: Look for rows, columns of 3×3 sections that contain five or more numbers. Go through the remaining empty cells, trying the numbers that were not used. In numerous instances, you will find numbers that can only be placed in one position given the other numbers that are already in its row, column and 3×3 grid.

**Tip 2**: Visually divide the grid into 3 columns and 3 rows. Each large column will have 3 3×3 grids and each row will have 3 3×3 grids. Now look for columns or grids that have twice the same number. Logically, there must be a 3ᵉ copy of the same number in the only remaining section of nine cells. Look at each of the nine remaining positions and see if you can find the location of the missing number.

Now that you know a little more about easy sudoku, play and enjoy your games.