You really need to have seen the main video for this to make sense!
MAIN VIDEO: http://youtu.be/lFQGSGsXbXE
AND EVEN MORE: http://youtu.be/uENSO785aEI
PLUS CUT FROM PART ONE: http://youtu.be/hggcjvdCihc
Featuring Zvezdelina Stankova - Professor of Mathematics at Mills College,
Director of Berkeley Math Circle, UC Berkeley
Spreading clones across a chessboard and escaping "prison" - commonly known as pebbling a chessboard.
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