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Friday, 24 August 2012

Hungarian Rings - Olympic Edition

Just as an interesting addition following on from my last post regarding the Hungarian Rings and Rubik's Rings puzzles, I thought I'd share a picture of an adaptation of the Hungarian Rings.

It is a much rarer edition of the Hungarian Rings puzzle done in the style of the symbol for the Olympic Games.

Where the original Hungarian Rings only has two interlocking rings made up of 38 balls in 4 colours, this version has five rings made up of 72 balls in 5 colours.

This version is a much harder puzzle than the original. I haven't managed to solve it as yet but thought I'd share it here anyway as an interesting and quick addition to my last post.

It's a shame that these are so hard to come by because I think that they look brilliant as part of a collection, plus they're definitely not trivial to solve! But as with all rarer puzzles, keep an eye out on those auction sites as they do tend to pop up every now and then.


  1. Hello Oli, Where did you manage to secure one of these? On and of I have looked out for this puzzle for quite a few years.

    1. Hey Mhuti! I found this one on eBay, and just checking there is another on there right now!

  2. Nice one Oli! Busy bidding, I missed one approx 2 years ago on ebay (missed the end time of the item). Perhaps I'll get lucky this time!

  3. Mission accomplished!

  4. I just won one on eBay the other day! I'm glad I got it. Can't wait for it to come in the mail..


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