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Pebbling a Chessboard: An Interesting Math Puzzle

by Kenny Hoeschen

Numberphile pays a visit to┬áZvezdelina Stankova, Visiting Professor and Director of the Berkeley Math Circle, to look at an interesting puzzle you can try for yourself. To “free the clones” from the three squares in the corner of a chessboard following a simple set of rules. This is one of those puzzles that, at first glance, looks pretty straightforward and seems solvable in a few moves.

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