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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Plus 26

    $20.00
    Plus 26
    $20.00
    This beautiful handcrafted wooden Plus 26 math game is designed specifically for young children. The object of the game is to arrange all the numbers in every row so that it will always be equals to the number 26. Unlike many other sudoku games, the Plus 26 have over 50 different solutions.

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  4. 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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  5. Our beautiful wooden version of The Last Fighter is based on the classic strategy game Triangle Peg Game also known as Cracker Barrel Game. The Last Fighter 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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  6. One can spend a good deal of time on each move, contemplating the best possible place to put his balls. The object of the game is to place all balls into the empty spaces.

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  7. Switch Four offers a fun challenge for all ages and involving an abstract strategy for two players. The goal of Switch Four is to swapping colored pegs with your opponent with as few moves as possible.

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  8. Slide 15

    $24.00
    Slide 15
    $24.00
    The Slide 15 is made of sixteen sliding square pieces in a 4 x 4 square, each sliding square piece is numbered from 1 to 16. The main goal of the Slide 15 is to arrange the 16 squares in a way that the sum of all the line in horizontal, vertical and diagonal will add to the number 34.

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