Sunday Afternoon Maths VLI

 Posted on 2015-08-09 

Dice maze

Source: Daily Telegraph, 30/05/2015
Each colour represents a different direction (up, down, left or right) and the number of dots on each die tells you how far to go. Starting at the middle die, following the directions correctly will cause you to visit every die exactly once.

Which die will you visit last on the journey?

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