Sudoku Zen

Some lessons from Sudoku battle:

  • Except for occupied ground, keep the battlefield clear. In this battle, there is no need for trickery and subterfuge.

  • Leverage occupied beachheads and groupings to project attacks on unoccupied ground. The small scale reflects what goes on the larger scale.

  • When a weapon runs out of ammunition, put it aside. Again, there is no need for trickery and subterfuge.

  • Have some fun — but only sparingly.

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