Two Unit Cubes are left. |
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Skipping forward, in Tiger’s next four turns, he tosses a head, then a tail, then a head, and then a tail. Two Longs and one Unit Cube are left on his board.

It is Tiger’s turn again and he tosses a tail, so he has to take three Unit Cubes off his board. Since there are only two, he trades the Long for three Unit Cubes. Then he takes three Unit Cubes off his board.

One Long and two Unit Cubes are left.

It is Tiger’s turn again and he tosses a head, so he has to take two Unit Cubes off his board. Since there is only one, he trades a Long for three Unit Cubes. Then he takes two Unit Cubes off his board.

One Flat, two Longs, and two Unit Cubes are left.