Towers of Hanoi

The game, in its most traditional form, consists of three vertical rods. In one of the rods an indeterminate number of discs (made of wood) is stacked that will determine the complexity of the solution, as a rule eight discs are considered. The discs are stacked on a rod in decreasing size from bottom to top. No two discs are alike, and all of them are stacked from highest to lowest radius - from the base of the rod up - on one of the rods, leaving the other two rods vacant. The game consists in passing all the disks of the occupied rod (that is to say the one that owns the tower) to one of the other vacant rods. To achieve this goal, it is necessary to follow three simple rules:

  • You can only move one disc at a time.
  • A larger disk can not rest on a smaller disk than itself.
  • You can only move the disk on top of each rod.


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Towers of Hanoi is a puzzle or mathematical game that serves to sharpen your mind. Invented in 1883 by the French mathematician Édouard Lucas.


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