## Puzzle Video

Arrange 10 coins into a triangle (as shown below) and then remove** one **coin of your choice. By jumping over other coins and then removing the jumped coin, **what is the fewest number of moves needed to reduce the triangle to a single coin?**

**Note:**

- A coin can only jump over a
**single adjacent coin**into a**space immediately after it**. - A
**continuous chain of jumps**made by a**single coin**counts as**1 move**. - No sliding allowed.

**Puzzle for submission: **What is the minimum number of moves needed to leave just one coin remaining?