Sudoku Solving Lessons Walkthroughs Hard Puzzle Tutorials Courses Released

Sudoku training website The Sudoku Professor updated its range of high-quality Sudoku tutorials to offer a complete resource collection for players at all experience levels.

Raleigh, United States - March 25, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

The Sudoku Professor, a website specializing in high-quality Sudoku resources, released an updated range of courses, video lessons and tutorials for Sudoku players at all levels of experience. From a complete introduction for beginners to advanced lessons for experienced players, the online resources are ideal for anyone interested in improving their Sudoku puzzle solving skills.

More details can be found at https://www.sudokuprofessor.com.

The newly expanded resource collection aims to provide Sudoku players with an accessible and efficient way to improve their game.

Members who join the website get access to a series of free Sudoku lessons which offer great values and can help anyone see significant improvements in their game.

For those interested in a methodical approach to mastering Sudoku, the website also offers a series of extended courses on multiple levels of complexity.

Beginners can start with the Introductory courses to set the right foundation for mastering the game of Sudoku. The more complex courses follow a structure that is similar to the academic, the website offering a Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate program.

One of the website’s most popular courses is the Mistake Eliminator, an online program that will help intermediate Sudoku players improve their game by avoiding the main cause of mistakes. The course highlights the psychological mechanisms behind Sudoku errors and enables players to identify and avoid the common mental traps.

A satisfied customer said: “When I first started Sudoku I had no technique and used the brute force method. I searched for help but only came up with complicated formula’s with explanations that I could not decipher. Then I came across Sudoku Professor. It’s a methodical, step by step in a video format that is easy to follow. The exercises after each lesson are valuable ways to reinforce learning. If there was a college course on Sudoku, this is how it would look.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website or can view the courses directly at: https://www.sudokuprofessor.com/products/.

Contact Info:
Name: Chad Barker
Email: Send Email
Organization: The Sudoku Professor
Address: 4112 Campbell Road, Raleigh, North Carolina 27606, United States
Website: https://sudokuprofessor.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88951018

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