Hints for Sudoku-like puzzle of the day
Saturday December 16, 2017

Here is a list of the cells you should be able to solve, in an order that guarantees you can solve each cell.

1:dI 2:bG 3:aG 4:cB 5:bC 6:bA 7:iD 8:dE 9:bH 10:eB 11:eA 12:aB 13:fI 14:dD 15:cE 16:gB 17:hF 18:hD 19:aE 20:fF 21:dB 22:gA 23:gD 24:fE 25:hH 26:eH 27:hB 28:gG 29:hG 30:iA 31:dA 32:aC 33:iB 34:iF 35:fB 36:gF 37:iG 38:hE 39:eF 40:fH 41:eI 42:cH 43:gH 44:gI 45:hI 46:gC 47:hC 48:dC 49:eC 50:fD 51:eD 52:bE 53:bD 54:cD 55:bI 56:cI 57:aA 58:cA 59:aD 60:dH

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