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Place three piles of cards on a table, one with 11 cards, the second with 7, and the third with 6.
You are to move the cards so that each pile holds 8 cards.
You may add to any pile only as many cards as it already contains.
For example, if a pile holds 6 cards, you may add 6 to it, no more or less.
All the cards must come from one other pile.
You have three moves.
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First pile to second; second to third; third to first:
|Pile||Initial number||First move||Second move||Third move|