Akuma21 ha scritto:domanda, ma nel secondo vale la regola del consecutive? ovvero dove non ci sono le stelle non ci possono essere numeri consecutivi?
Yes, 2 neighboring cells without a star can contain consecutive digits.
Moon and Stars was the fourth grid of the final, and the special little killer the 5th and last grid.
I learned after the competition that the grid in the final were classed from the easier to the harder...
But I think Moon and stars was not so hard (we had a "scattered gump sudoku" that I found harder). The difficulty was that the rules of this grid were not in the instructions booklet, so you had to read, understand and assimilate the rules very quickly (which was not easy for me, because my german is far from perfect).
The special little killer is quite impossible to solve if you don't see the trick. Only Florian Kirch achieve to solve this last grid. Martin saw the trick but did some mistakes. And all others (included me) were in the fog. I learned after the final that I was second after the 4th puzzle, so I'm the man who spent more time on this last grid without being able to solve it ! it was a big moment of solitude...