## Falling bottles

### Problem 726

Consider a stack of bottles of wine. There are $n$ layers in the stack with the top layer containing only one bottle and the bottom layer containing $n$ bottles. For $n=4$ the stack looks like the picture below.

The *collapsing process* happens every time a bottle is taken. A space is created in the stack and that space is filled according to the following recursive steps:

- No bottle touching from above: nothing happens. For example, taking $F$.
- One bottle touching from above: that will drop down to fill the space creating another space. For example, taking $D$.
- Two bottles touching from above: one will drop down to fill the space creating another space. For example, taking $C$.

This process happens recursively; for example, taking bottle $A$ in the diagram above. Its place can be filled with either $B$ or $C$. If it is filled with $C$ then the space that $C$ creates can be filled with $D$ or $E$. So there are 3 different collapsing processes that can happen if $A$ is taken, although the final shape (in this case) is the same.

Define $f(n)$ to be the number of ways that we can take all the bottles from a stack with $n$ layers. Two ways are considered different if at any step we took a different bottle or the collapsing process went differently.

You are given $f(1) = 1$, $f(2) = 6$ and $f(3) = 1008$.

Also defineFind $S(10^4)$ and give your answer modulo $1\,000\,000\,033$.