, Lancelot burr puzzle solved.jpg
I needed lots of help for this one. There were a couple of steps I would have never figured out, either because they involved moving several pieces at once or because I wouldn't have dared to force it in some ways... And in fact it did break, while putting it back together, because I didn't set the corresponding configuration exactly as it should be at that particular point. The fix was easy, though; I learned where to be specially careful and now it can come in and out without trouble.
It is clasified as a 220.127.116.11 burr, meaning that: "[it] takes 13 moves to remove the first piece then another 3 to remove the second piece then 12 more to remove the third and still 5 more to remove the fourth piece [there are 6 pieces]." I don't solve it as such, though; I mean, I don't count or anything, but just set up some successive stages that I need to accomplish in order to go on (like: "now, I have to make enough room for this piece down there, so I have to do this and this...").
Rated a 10/10 of difficulty, it totally beat me up this time; but I hope to have learned from it and consider a wider scope of possible movements from now on. By all means, it's a gorgeous puzzle and I'm very happy to have it in the collection.