I love Sudoku, but I'm cheap. Sure, there are plenty of places on the net that I can do Sudoku for free. I could get five or ten puzzles a day. But not on the airplane when I fly every week. I need a book for that. But I'm cheap, remember?

Step 1: Gather materials

You'll need a pencil and eraser for the puzzles, a binder clip for help with cutting and stapling, and a folder for the cover of your book.
printable-sudoku-puzzles.com has 6 puzzles per page.
Or just use pocketmod.com, make your own pocket mod, and just use their sudoku template.
Sudoku is my favorite way for some good brain exercises. got to love all the different <a href="http://sudokustrategies.net" rel="nofollow"><strong>Sudoku Strategies</strong></a> that it involves <br />
<a rel="nofollow" href="http://1000-extreme-sudoku.sudoku9981-com.qarchive.org/">1000 sudoku</a>PUZZLES YAY<br/>
Try this instead:<br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.pocketmod.com/sudoku.html">http://www.pocketmod.com/sudoku.html</a><br/>
sudoku is totally awesome. i play alot on the net myself, but i've paid for the books and its to much im cheap myself and hate to waste money lol..my boyfriends a genius though and got this thing called rockbox he downloaded and put it on my ipod which has a game imulator so i can play sudoku and other games on my ipod now..yea imulators are great. so if you have an ipod i have a 30gb video ipod and it works great i suggest go to rockbox.com--Tal
Here is a great sudoko Video I would love for you to watch:<br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.metacafe.com/watch/348621/how_to_solve_any_sudoko_puzzel/">http://www.metacafe.com/watch/348621/how_to_solve_any_sudoko_puzzel/</a><br/>good luck<br/>
love it
nice <br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.mah-jongg.ch/sudoku/">http://www.mah-jongg.ch/sudoku/</a><br/>
Simple and practicle. I like it!
Normally I wouldn't do this, but since I'm not dropshipping right now: <a rel="nofollow" href="http://vistawholesale.zoovy.com/product/SUDOKU">http://vistawholesale.zoovy.com/product/SUDOKU</a><br/><br/>But you gotta hurry, it's on closeout. It'd cost me $6.25 to buy one of these and that's including S/H, but I'm not a huge Sudoku fan. You can also buy other things there for less too.<br/>

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