A challenging and beautiful puzzle devised in 1883 originally called Tower of Brahma and later Tower of Hanoi. Can you move the tower to one of the other 2 pegs without ever placing a larger ring over a smaller ring? To solve through any layer requires a minimum number of moves 2 to the N power minus 1; where N is the number of rings. This 9 ring version requires 511 moves! Its not an “all or nothing” puzzle though; whatever layer you solve though is a measure of your proficiency. Requires focus and concentration and the ability to recognize and remember patterns. Comes with wood box that encases all the pieces.
Dimensions: 9.5" x 3.6" x 1.5"
Difficulty level: 4 (out of 6)
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The in store location isn't a puzzle, but a set of coordinates to help you and our staff locate the item in our store. The item might be located in more than one place or could be in an area you don't have access to. If you have any problems locating the item, please ask for assistance and one of our friendly staff will help you.
Location(s): FA, 1, D