Chris Ramsay is at it again with another puzzle. This time, though, he challenges his best buddies to solve his very own puzzle with a $5,000 prize for the winner.
He is notorious for his puzzle-solving videos on YouTube but, this time, Chris Ramsay does something a little different. He collaborated with a Japanese company called Hanayama Toys to create his very own puzzle.
It's a cast metal puzzle of his initials, and the object is to remove a ring from the initials and then get it back to the starting point again. It sounds pretty simple and is rated at a 6/10 for difficulty, but there is only one way to solve it.
To give this puzzle-solve video a twist, Ramsay invited his three best friends to participate, with $5,000 up for grabs for the one who can solve it first.
Needless to say, the competition is fierce, and his friends, Wes Barker, Eric Leclerc and Alex Boyer sweat it out to see who takes home the $5,000 and the coveted title of Undisputed Puzzle Champ, belt and all!
This isn't the first time the three have gone head-to-head for the belt, but it is the first time there's been prize money on the line. There can be only one winner, so smash the play button below to see the action unfold and to find out who's champion of the puzzle-solving trio.