For all the chess masters out there, can you solve this puzzle? The pieces move just like in chess and every move you make has to take another piece until only one is left standing. Which piece is the last one left, and where?
Yesterday I wrote a blog on Self-solving Rubik's Cube Here is some more stuff on Rubik's Cube. This guy made a world record in solving a single 3x3x3 Rubik's Cube, in 4.73 seconds (not minutes, but SECONDS!). Here is a video by Matt Parker who talked to Feliks Zemdegs, the current world record holder where... Continue Reading →
I like mathematics, puzzles, problem solving, brain teasers etc. I knew what Rubik's Cube was. But somehow I never saw one till I was 35 years old! Strange, but true. To be precise, I should say, I discovered Rubik's Cube at that time. Got fascinated. After many months of tinkering (and also with help from... Continue Reading →