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SUDO-Q - the ultimate numbers game quiz show.
Eamonn Holmes presenting SUDO-Q

Be there, be square!

Want to step into the SudoQ? Fancy appearing on the next series? Fill in the application form now!

Download all the grids from the last series

23rd March 22nd March 21st March 20th March 19th March 16th March 15th March 14th March 13th March 12th March 9th March 8th March 7th March 6th March 5th March 2nd March 1st March 28th February 27th February 26th February

All the downloaded grids are in PDF format, which requires Adobe Acrobat. You can download this software for free from Adobe.

Can you play the ultimate numbers game without getting gridlocked? Then try our online SUDO-Q.

About the game

In each programme the contestants' wits are put to the test as they battle it out to complete the grids over four tense rounds.

In the first round teams get the chance to weigh up their opponents and clock up points.

The second round is a game of tactics and elimination with one team being completely wiped out.

In the third round the points add up as the two remaining teams go head to head in speed sudoku, until just one team remains to make it through to the day's final and ultimate prize - to be crowned SUDO-Q masters and the chance to walk away with the £2000 jackpot.

SUDO-Q

SUDO-Q is the BBC show that's a mix of the addictive numbers game sudoku and a searching general knowledge quiz

Eamonn Holmes will have you racking your brains as you play along at home while our teams attempt to beat the grid.

Eamonn's Sudo-Q guide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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