Adam, Bob, and Chuck, three perfectly intelligent logicians, are sitting facing each other with a hat on each of their heads so that each can see the others' hats but they cannot see their own. Each hat, they are told, has a (non-zero) positive integer on it, and the number on one hat is the sum of the numbers on the other two hats. The following conversation ensues:

Adam: I do not know the number on my hat.

Bob: I do not know the number on my hat.

Chuck: I do not know the number on my hat.

Adam: I do not know the number on my hat.

Bob: I do not know the number on my hat.

Chuck: I do not know the number on my hat.

Adam: I do not know the number on my hat.

Bob: I do not know the number on my hat.

Chuck: I do not know the number on my hat.

Adam: The number on my hat is 1691.

Adam was correct. What are the numbers on the other two hats?