I recently came across this disentanglement puzzle and after spending weeks trying to understand and solve this seemingly simple puzzle, I am completely stumped.
I do not know what the end goal of this puzzle is (I am assuming that we have to free the rope with the bead and loop on each end from the wooden blocks). However, after looking at the Eureka Puzzle, I am not sure if it is possible to free the rope while it has the beads and the loops attached to its ends.
Am I understanding the goal of this puzzle correctly?
If yes, then how are we supposed to solve it?
For the sake of clarity, the loops can pass through the slits in the wooden blocks while the beads cannot. Also, each loop is wide enough for a single wooden block to pass through it.
I have added a sketch of the puzzle to make it easier to follow the rope.
P.S. Does anyone know what this puzzle is called? I couldn't find any documentation for this puzzle on the internet.