Escaping Jail is a medieval puzzle. Its name is reputedly derived from serfs sentenced to the dungeon for petty crimes. As legend goes, they would attempt the puzzle before serving their sentence to prepare them for the rigors of incarceration. Alike the 'real' life of these serfs, the large tile personifies a serf in his cell. The object of the game is to free the large tile through the point of exit in the bottom of the board by sliding the tiles. Try to solve this puzzle.
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