*A couple of nice gif solutions can be found here*

* A playable form of the game where you can vary the number of discs and experiment for yourself can be found here:*

*A couple of nice gif solutions can be found here*

* A playable form of the game where you can vary the number of discs and experiment for yourself can be found here:*

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for 3 discs=7 moves

” 4 discs=15 moves

” 5 discs=31 moves,,generalized: 2^n-1 moves where n is number of discs initially in 1 rod.

Absolutely right. I love this puzzle, simple and with a surprisingly mathematical solution…

regards

J

Yes,we learnt to make it using C++ with recursive function..

Haha.. That “degree of freedom” reminded me of theory of machines. Loving your blog posts. Thank you for the awesome tricks and methods.