Malaysia goes sudoku

The Star checks out a pub where the regulars are addicted to Sudoku with their morning coffee.

“Once you get started, you want to finish it, and when you do, you get a really good feeling of success. Probably a good shot of endorphins that make you feel better,” says Michael Mepham, who operates and syndicates his puzzles to about 60 newspapers throughout the world.

“I play it because it is fun and easy. It is satisfying because when I’ve solved the puzzle, I can say I’m smart,” says Au with a laugh. Evon Au is a 33-year-old owner of Khanom Jeen restaurant in Subang Jaya.

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