Many of you have probably seen the peg test game(a 5x5x5 triangle that has 14 pegs and 15 holes) at Cracker Barrel or in multiple game boxes at Wallmart, but can any of you solve it consistently? I can teach you a consistent way to solve it, though not the only way. There are many solutions. So don't worry about learning this way and not having any fun any more because you can solve it. Just use this to laugh at your friends weak mental strength or make yourself seem smart in front of your boss or in-laws at dinner. This is my first instructable, so constructive criticism is encouraged. If you have useless complaints and insults, than you should know that I know where you live.
Step 1: The Rules
If you know the rules than you can skip this step if you want. The purpose of the peg game is to test your problem solving and strategy skills. It has 14 pegs in 15 holes. You jump pegs over one another to remove them. The number you have left indicates your I.Q. One peg left is the best you can do.
Step 2: The Set Up And Grid
In this step we will assign a grid to better explain how the steps follow. Since the triangle is equilateral it doesn't matter which corner is up, just point any corner up. The first row from the top is A, second is B, third is C, etc. The number corresponds to the peg from left to right. Look at the picture for reference. From now on, I will use the pegs "name" to give the directions.