How to play:
The moves are the same as Solitaire and the aim is to end with just one peg in the centre hole.
By now you must be ready for the Ultimate Solitaire Puzzle
Wiegleb’s Puzzle was first described in ‘Unterricht in der natürlichen Magie. Anhang von dreyen Solitärspielen’ by
J.C.Wiegleb published by Nicolai, Berlin & Stettin in 1779. The meaning is ‘Lessons in the Natural Magic. Appendix of Solitaire
plays.’ The material was repeated in the 1782 and 1789 editions.