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Senku 3d printed

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Purple Strong & Flexible Polished
Senku 3d printed
Senku 3d printed

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  • 3D printed in Purple Strong & Flexible Polished: Dark purple, richly colored nylon plastic with a smooth finish.
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AKA Peg Solitaire is a set of abstract solo dash of dubious origin, probably from the Middle Ages. Maybe It had an European origin, but also states that had a Persian origin. Originally it was called" soldier "or" one "but he began to have popularity from this name. It is played on a board cross-shaped consisting of three rows and three columns intersecting at right angles, each with seven long spaces. The game board has a total of 33 spaces. The player has 32 pieces. At the beginning of the game are all occupied spaces, except for the center. The player must move one piece at a time. The pieces can move only capturing via a "jump" over another. You can only capture orthogonally, never diagonally. So, at first, only 4 pieces have to move, capturing one. The goal is to eliminate all pieces, leaving only one on the board, preferably in the center.
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Purple Strong & Flexible Polished
7.5 cm
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