Japanese sudokus expert: ‘Sudoku was the most popular form of art in Japan’

With over 100 years of sudoki history, it's easy to imagine a Sudoku board game that's as addictive as Sudoku itself.It's a game of pure chance, of making the most out of a random, seemingly random number.And that's exactly what Sudoku expert Shunsuke "Nana" Miyamoto and his students at Kyoto University did in their quest to create a game that would be a perfect blend of the old-school Sudoku and...