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Equilibrium
also called "Equi-librium" is an interlocking puzzle in the shape of a sphere

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  1. Copyrighted in 1974 by Reiss Games, Inc., it consists of 6 closed arch pieces, 5 of which have pegs on their straight center

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 7, 2009
  2. Saving the notched piece until last, set two pieces so they are facing away from each other, such as db, then place another between them at a 45 degree angle in a U shape

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  3. The two pegs block the other pieces from being shifted back or forth, only the sixth piece is different having only one peg and two notches

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  4. These notches are above and below where the peg would be located on the other pieces, allowing only this notched piece to be moved at first

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  5. When it is moved so the notch fits over another piece's peg, the two pegged piece can be moved

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