# Hanoi Tower 9

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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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SKU KG3153

The Towers of Hanoi puzzle was first publicized by mathematicians in 1883 and is still featured in popular culture and academic challenges today.

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. These round discs vary in size - they go up in order from smallest to largest.

This beautiful handmade version of the classic game comes with a high-quality wood box to store the parts for safekeeping. There are many interesting ways to complete this challenge and once you figure it out you can consider yourself an expert mathematician! The difficulty level depends on the number of rings used. This version features 9 rings if you want to try your hand at another level try to solve the puzzle playing with 7 Ring only at the beginning .

The simplest solution for the 7 rings takes only 127 moves, the hardest takes over 100's!
The simplest solution for the 9 rings takes only 196 moves, the hardest takes over 100's!

Difficulty Level 4 9 1 2- 12 hours 10 and up 3.375”x8.25”x1.5” Rubberwood
Remove the discs from the central pole and place them at another empty pole in the order (from large to small).