The Peg Solitaire game -- also called “English peg solitaire”, “Solitaire”, “Brainvita” or “Solo Noble” -- originated as a simple board game discovered in artwork dating back to Louis XIV, 1687. It is a simple game played with pegs or marbles on a board with holes: in its classic mode, the game board has 33 holes – the center hole is empty -- and 32 peg pieces fill the remaining holes. The game objective is to empty the entire board of pegs through valid verticle and horizontal jumps over adjacent pegs and attempting to leave the last remaining peg in the center hole.
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