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Original I.Q. Tester

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So what’s your I.Q.? Find out with this vintage game. Place pegs in the holes, leaving any one hole empty. As you jump the pegs, remove them from the board to see how smart you really are. Leave 8 pegs on the board with no remaining jumps, and you can consider yourself a bona fide genius.
  • Wooden game board comes with a built-in storage cup for the 19 white plastic pegs
  • Idea lap game; packable for travel
  • 6-3/8" x 5-1/8"
  • USA made since 1976

Customer Reviews of Original I.Q. Tester
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(6 reviews)
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- 2/12/2014
said: Mags
"Just like the one's at Cracker Barrel, only better, because of the cup to store the pegs. Bought one for each of my grandchildren after they played with them at Cracker Barrel. Then I bought one for our coffee table. The comments are always positive as someone picks it up and begins to play."
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- 5/25/2013
said: Karen Kraft
"My grandfather created this game in the late 1800's in Minnesota. Winter farming was tough and he had young children to entertain. Now it's at the tables in Cracker Barrel restaurants and sells very inexpensively, made with golf tees. The one I have is made from thin short shafts with little slices of doweling glued on top. Love it. My father could get to 1 almost all the time. I'm not that good because I haven't played nearly as much. GREAT GAME."
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- 5/16/2012
said: Gary K
"A great game, a great price, and made in the great USA!"
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- 5/16/2012
said: Gary K
"an excellent game to play while waiting for dinner..."
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- 5/15/2012
said: Gary Diamond
"You can spend hours playing this with the family. Tempers may get out of hand but all in good taste. It's hard to get all but one. It's fun to challenge each other. We have one in our waiting room. It's a blast to watch the faces on people trying to play this puzzle."
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- 5/14/2012
said: Gary
"A great little game... great price too."
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