Some people (Lebniz, for example) like to play solitare backwards. For example, here is how Leibniz would do the Vee problem:
Something interesting happens if you interchange the holes and pegs in the previous picture:
The sequence of jumps here is g5-e3, d2-f4, c5-e3, f4-d2. These are the same jumps as for the Vee problem, but
in the reverse order.
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