Published in Lab Business Week, May 11th, 2008
The 28-year-old bioengineering postdoctoral scholar at Stanford University retained his title of individual champion at the World Sudoku Championship in Goa, India, held April 14-17. Snyder also won a special title as the best solver of "classic" sudokus.
This was the second year running that Snyder won the championship, this time beating a Japanese player and two Czechs in the playoffs. He also won the competition to find the best solver of classic sudoku puzzles, beating David McNeill of Britain, who placed second.
Snyder won a free ticket to this...
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