cerkalo
» » Pat Sajak's Super Sudoku

Pat Sajak's Super Sudoku download ebook

by Pat Sajak

Pat Sajak's Super Sudoku download ebook
ISBN:
157243869X
ISBN13:
978-1572438699
Author:
Pat Sajak
Publisher:
Triumph Books; Csm edition (April 1, 2006)
Language:
Pages:
192 pages
ePUB:
1547 kb
Fb2:
1908 kb
Other formats:
doc rtf lit docx
Category:
Puzzles & Games
Subcategory:
Rating:
4.3

Pat Sajak (/ˈseɪdʒæk/ SAY-jak, born Patrick Leonard Sajdak; October 26, 1946) is an American television personality, former weatherman, and talk show host, best known as the host of the American television game show Wheel of Fortune.

Pat Sajak (/ˈseɪdʒæk/ SAY-jak, born Patrick Leonard Sajdak; October 26, 1946) is an American television personality, former weatherman, and talk show host, best known as the host of the American television game show Wheel of Fortune. Born in Chicago on October 26, 1946, Sajak was also raised there, the son of Joyce Helen (Brandecka) and Leonard Anthony Sajdak, a factory worker, who died when Sajak was young. All of his grandparents were Polish.

As the host of "Wheel of Fortune," the TV game show of all time, Pat Sajak is seen by more than 16 million people each day. Now, Sajak brings game-play to Sudoku puzzles. Pat Sajak's Code Numbers Super Sudoku" is not just another Sudoku puzzle. It's based on Pat's patent-pending "Code Numbers" and "Code Letters" puzzle-solving system. This game-play feature of Sudoku is fun, challenging, and will always be exclusive to Pat Sajak. Format Paperback 192 pages. Dimensions 21. x 27. x 1. mm 49. 6g.

Now, Sajak brings game-play to Sudoku puzzles. Pat Sajak's Code Numbers Super Sudoku is not just another Sudoku puzzle. It's based on Pat's patent-pending Code Numbers and Code Letters puzzle-solving system

Now, Sajak brings game-play to Sudoku puzzles. It's based on Pat's patent-pending Code Numbers and Code Letters puzzle-solving system.

Pat Sajak (born Patrick Leonard Sajdak), is a television personality and a former talk show host, best known as the host of the American . Discover new books on Goodreads. See if your friends have read any of Pat Sajak's books.

Pat Sajak (born Patrick Leonard Sajdak), is a television personality and a former talk show host, best known as the host of the American television game. Pat Sajak’s Followers.

Город: Los AngelesПодписчиков: 286 ты. себе: Game show host, icon, former sexagenaria. себе: Game show host, icon, former sexagenarian.

Items related to Pat Sajak's Super Sudoku. Pat Sajak Pat Sajak's Super Sudoku. ISBN 13: 9781572438699. Pat Sajak's Super Sudoku. ISBN 10: 157243869X ISBN 13: 9781572438699. Publisher: Triumph Books, 2006.

Meet Sajak's 25-year-old daughter, Maggie. It was the question on everyone's mind after it was announced that White would be filling in after the game show's longtime host Pat Sajak underwent emergency surgery

Meet Sajak's 25-year-old daughter, Maggie. It was the question on everyone's mind after it was announced that White would be filling in after the game show's longtime host Pat Sajak underwent emergency surgery. On Monday, this week's guest letter-turner, who will take over for White while she's hosting, was revealed: Sajak's 25-year-old daughter, Maggie. As you just heard, Pat will be back next week. In the meantime, I'm happy to fill in," White said at the top of Monday's show. But, you know, I could do this even better, hosting the show with a Sajak.

Nearly two months after Pat Sajak went under emergency surgery for a blocked intestine, his daughter appeared . Sajak was rushed to the hospital in November after he felt horrific pain in his abdomen. You couldn’t do anything.

Nearly two months after Pat Sajak went under emergency surgery for a blocked intestine, his daughter appeared on the show to represent her family. I was in fetal position, lying on the bed, Sajak told ABC’s Good Morning America last month. They try to give you various drugs for the pain. And none of it - none - was working.

Pat Sajak is the host of Wheel of Fortune, the most-viewed syndicated TV show in the . The type of books you get at mass merchandisers or drugstores are super easy - this Pat Sajak Code Letter Crosswords book isn't that easy

Pat Sajak is the host of Wheel of Fortune, the most-viewed syndicated TV show in the . He has worked as an Armed Forces Radio disc jockey and held various positions, including talk show host, with WSM radio and TV stations in Nashville, and later with KNBC-TV in Los Angeles. The type of books you get at mass merchandisers or drugstores are super easy - this Pat Sajak Code Letter Crosswords book isn't that easy. There are 70 puzzles in the book, and the puzzle grid and the print are both large.

Pat Sajak (Born Patrick Leonard Sajak on October 26, 1946, in Chicago, Illinois) is a former weatherman & one-time late night talk show host. He became the host of Wheel of Fortune on December 28, 1981, following the departure of Chuck Woolery. He's married twice; his current wife is Lesly Brown-Sajak, who was a substitute for Vanna on an April Fools' Day 1997 episode of Wheel.

Classic Sudoku reaches new heights of entertainment in this collection of number puzzles that incorporates an exclusive “code breaking” puzzle-play system. Puzzlers can solve for multiple number spaces after cracking a “code” number and filling the rest in for the corresponding symbol, which is especially exciting during the bonus double Sudoku sections where two game squares are played simultaneously. The added twist to the wildly-popular game makes for rewarding successes that motivate the solution of the remaining numbers and adds to the fun that Sudoku fans seek.

Reviews:
  • Quamar
The code numbers concept is really terrific! It takes what used to be a 45 minute puzzle and lets me solve the puzzle in 10-15 minutes. I especially like it on the double puzzles--it's still challenging but it's like having a friend help you with the start of the puzzle. I think Pat has a winner!
  • Kanek
I take it the other reviewers haven't yet reached the "hard" puzzles, where the book starts to run into major malfunctions.

Fact: If a sudoku puzzle has more than one possible answer, it is NOT solvable.

That is because, eventually, you reach a point where logic will no longer help you proceed -- you can no longer eliminate possibilities because all of your possibilities are equally valid.

And if a sudoku puzzle can be filled out any-which-way, it's a broken puzzle.

This brings us to the problem with Pat Sajak's book: Virtually all of the "hard" puzzles (and all of the double-sudoku puzzles I have tried so far) have multiple solutions, and hence, are not solvable. Eventually, one just runs into a wall, past which, the only way to proceed is to fill in whatever the heck you want, since it doesn't much matter. Some of the puzzles only have a handful of squares that aren't solvable. Others have a dozen or more. The latter are a royal pain, because it ISN'T immediately apparent that the puzzle is broken; one has to work through dozens of equally valid guesses, then check those against dozens of other guesses, before establishing that the whole thing is a house of cards. That takes time. My goal in writing this review is to save others that time.

I have, thus far, only encountered one "hard" puzzle that doesn't run into this problem, and that one isn't actually hard. It took about five minutes to solve, and I'm a methodical, slow-paced guy.

As for the code numbers ... they're kind of fun if you're bored with the usual stuff. But they're incredibly easy to figure out, even at the hard level. My impression is that they're simply a gimmick -- a way to make customers pleased with themselves, so that they will be pleased with the product. Cynical, I know. But I'll stand by it. Since relatively few customers flip, like I do, to the hard puzzles immediately, most of them probably haven't run into the snags yet, so they're pleased as punch with how fast they're mowing through the easy and moderate puzzles. I would like to reassure them that, when they get to the hard puzzles and get stumped, it probably isn't them -- it's the book.

I would have liked to see a puzzle book like this in which the solutions had been troubleshot better. All of the new options are fun in concept, but when you have to spend an hour establishing that the puzzle is broken (rather than your brain), most of that fun evaporates pretty quickly.
  • Dolid
I got this book as a gift for my 73rd birthday from my grandson. I love the codes format. I'm surprised this hasn't been done before. I've seen coded puzzles in the past but not like this. I play puzzles every day to keep my brain sharp and I've really been enjoying these. Thank you Pat for the hours of fun I've been having.

Robin R. Williams

Miami, Florida
  • Coron
I am a big fan of this book with the codes. I like the Sudoku but I really love the other code puzzles in the back of the book. I would like to see more puzzles like what appears in this book. I have enjoyed this book alot and I even bought a few for my friends. These puzzles are alot of fun to play!
  • Xtintisha
I really like this version of Sudoku! I can't wait for more books like this one.