Table of Contents
How to be a Genius at Peg Solitaire
Intelligence Test
Coordinates
Onehole, onepeg problems
Complement Problems
Equivalent starts: Holes at b4, f2, g5, h4, d2, c5.
Orbits under D3
Parity Count
Necessary Condition on xy problems.
An impossible problem
Exit Theorem
Corner Pegs
Why the e3complement is impossible
One holeone peg problems
The Vee Problem
Vee Backwards
AntiProblems and AntiSolutions
Example of an AntiSolution
How to be a genius
AntiProblem of e3e5 is e5e3
How to do most of the xy problems
How to do most of the xy problemspart
ii
Finishing with a flourish
Resource Counts
Resource Countspart ii
SAX Count
Another impossible problem

Author: Sidney Graham
Email: Sidney.W.Graham@cmich.edu
