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43 Comments

Gene

June 11, 2020

12:47 "This is just not going to solve." 23:50 "Mitchell Lee has come up with a work of sublime genius!" That was fun to watch.

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raydarable

June 11, 2020

This is my favourite video of yours.

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raydarable

June 11, 2020

3:44 "… Right" Made me laugh.

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Peter Saunders

June 11, 2020

This is firmly in my top 5 of everything I've seen on this channel! AMAZING!

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TheSourLemon

June 11, 2020

The face that he has the patience to do it

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Daniele Mazzali

June 11, 2020

never thought a let's play of a sudoku could be that engaging xD

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Yiin Hikari

June 11, 2020

5:42 "Or… is it?" (Vsauce)

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Yiin Hikari

June 11, 2020

I think I spent more time replaying from 3:43 to about 4:27 instead of watching the solve xD

Edit: I replayed almost all the video all the time xD It is the best and more satisfying CTC video I have seen so far (for now)

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FloydTaylor

June 11, 2020

2nd puzzle on this channel i was able to finish. took me 80 minutes.

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Wadel Radel

June 11, 2020

LOL — the voice of god unfolding in a sudoku puzzle.
Please god tell me this guy is doing something useful with his brain in real life.

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Davita Ramli

June 11, 2020

YES YOU ARE A GENIUS YOU MADE THE UNIVERSE AND MY HEART SING! THANK YOU FOR NOT GIVING UP

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martin chaumont

June 11, 2020

I'd love to watch a video of the process of creating this kind of grid

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Cassidy Eassa

June 11, 2020

Absolutely incredible. A joy and delight to watch

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Muha Alish

June 11, 2020

When he started doing the 7s I couldn’t stop thinking about Monica from Friends 😂

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Gerson

June 11, 2020

Estoy honrado de haber visto este increible video,….DIOS MIO!!!.

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diegobolso2005

June 11, 2020

As father of 2 kids, I have to say that I've never seen so much joy in them as I saw today in this video.
Her even "ran out of adjectives"!!
Fantastic!!

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Tamás Hercz

June 11, 2020

It took me 3 hours to beat but I got it. It was incredible. Watching the video afterwards was the icing on the cake.

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Elzyablo Arts

June 11, 2020

I tried this before watching the video and it took me about 2,5 hours solving. But I got a different solve. But i wonder if it is correct. anyways a beautyfull puzzle!

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Packit.in

June 11, 2020

Came here from brilliant side podcast 111( Shut up brain) and had my mind blown might even consider trying sodoku

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Edwin Osborne

June 11, 2020

Craig Mazin sent me here

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Nic Pardon

June 11, 2020

cool

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Márcio Rezende

June 11, 2020

No words… just… Subscribed! wow

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Thrawn_314

June 11, 2020

Eres un ser de luz.

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Joe Schmoe

June 11, 2020

I'm glad I found this channel, why does Youtube recommend channels like this to me.

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Joe Kent

June 11, 2020

Once you started placing the fours it would have been easier to place the remaining numbers based on the repeating pattern. Fours under ones, fives under the twos, sixes under the threes , sevens above the ones and so on.

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Joe Kent

June 11, 2020

I would argue that the extra constraints made this easier.

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kiah b

June 11, 2020

him: oh my goodness, me!
me: oh my goodness, you!

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Master Puzzle

June 11, 2020

it's hard for me to guess sudoku

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Sentinel

June 11, 2020

The real magic of this is, as he solves it, you notice there's a ton of secret patterns followed by every number: in every box, each number will be located in the same row or column as it appears in the boxes in the same row or column (for instance, 1 is in the first column of every box on the top row, the second column in the boxes in the bottom row, and the third column of the boxes in the middle, while 6 is in the top row of every box in the middle column, the middle row in the left column, and the bottom row in the right column).
Not only that, but the pattern of where they appear in the first row/column of boxes matches all the way down or across. Look at the ones in the top row of boxes and you'll see the movement pattern replicated in the middle and bottom rows. 6 always appears in an even wilder pattern: it's always in the bottom row of boxes on the right, the top row of boxes in the middle, and in the middle row of boxes on the left, but it's also always in the right column of boxes in the top row, in the middle column of boxes in the middle row, and in the left column of boxes in the bottom row.
This is genius to the point of being arcane.

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James Howells

June 11, 2020

This is the greatest video I have ever seen.

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henryk Diaz

June 11, 2020

Simon, you are the best. Love your chanel.

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Stickley

June 11, 2020

Ending up solving this in ~3 minutes due to the pattern that emerged after solving for just the 1's and 2's – stepping incrementally right to left skipping one square. An amazing product of the restriction. Re-solving it using the restriction instead was still thoroughly entertaining!

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Katerina Nicolaidou Louttchenko

June 11, 2020

Do you do any live streams?

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Ian Thomas

June 11, 2020

never in my life did i think i could watch someone solve a sudoku puzzle and i would be so engaged. That was awesome.

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Walid suliman

June 11, 2020

Please subscribe to the channel and support me with like

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Ari Saperstein

June 11, 2020

That was wicked!

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Nona

June 11, 2020

I've never really been into sudoku's but my god this is bloody entertaining!

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kermodenutter

June 11, 2020

Surely someone can edit his comments over Aguero v QPR, "We are watching magic unfold here!"

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Joseph List

June 11, 2020

Everyone needs to share this puzzle. These guys are doing a service to a lot of people, including me. Their videos are the best anti-anxiety relief that’s free and readily available. We can get this to a million views? Let’s do it!

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Fynnsternis

June 11, 2020

The most amazing thing is that after you placed the ones and twos the puzzle actually got "easy".
Also, the fact that you are solving it "up". You start with one and two and then have to go to three and so on. Pretty amazing, I agree ^-^

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The Official VPGamer246

June 11, 2020

tried this myself, took 2 hours, massive respect for the guy

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Janine Meier

June 11, 2020

i managed to get in all of the 1 an 2 but then i gave up

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BioYuGi

June 11, 2020

The steady removal of squares where a 3 could be had me cheering with joy.

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