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1. ### Peg Solitaire

\$28.00
##### Peg Solitaire
\$28.00
Peg Solitaire is a great strategy board game for one player. The objective of the game is to remove all pegs off the board, except the last peg. The Peg Solitaire board game comes in a handcrafted wooden box for safekeeping.

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2. ### 33 Peg Solitaire Game

\$28.00
##### 33 Peg Solitaire Game
\$28.00
33 Peg solitaire is a great strategy board game for one player. The objective of the game is to remove all pegs off the board, except the last peg.

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### Pentomino Puzzle Set - with 65 challenge cards

\$48.00
##### Pentomino Puzzle Set - with 65 challenge cards
\$48.00
The object of the Pentominoes puzzle is to form different shapes. To play, choose a challenge card from the deck and try to recreate the shape on the card using all 12 Pentomino pieces. Too difficult? The solution is on the back of the card.

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4. ### Pentomino Chess Puzzle

\$28.00
##### Pentomino Chess Puzzle
\$28.00
The Pentomino Chess Puzzle is a wonderful mathematical puzzle that offers a truly unique challenge with thousands of solutions. The puzzle is made up of 13 pieces that need to be assembled into a checkered square.

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### Pentomino Puzzle

Special Price \$22.00 Regular Price \$34.00
##### Pentomino Puzzle
Special Price \$22.00 Regular Price \$34.00
The puzzle is made up of 13 pieces, 12 pieces are formed from 5 cubes in different shapes and one square piece with 4 cubes. The main objective of the puzzle is to assemble an 8x8 square inside the frame using all 13 pieces, there are 64 different ways to solve it!

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6. ### Sudoku Cube

\$42.00
##### Sudoku Cube
\$42.00
We’ve taken Sudoku from 2D to 3D with this handmade wooden Sudoku Cube. Just like the original Sudoku, you need to arrange the numbered wooden cubes so that each face of the Sudoku Cube has one of each number from 1-9.

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7. ### Hanoi Tower 9

\$32.00
##### Hanoi Tower 9
\$32.00

The puzzle has two basic rules. The first is that only one disc can be moved at a time, and the second rule is that at no time can a large disc be placed on a smaller one, but you can place any disc anywhere as long as the bottom one is larger. The simplest solution for the 9 rings takes only 196 moves, the hardest takes over 100's!

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