Knights Tour

The Knight’s Tour is useful knowledge to have at one’s disposal and especially so if you teach chess to children.

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A Knight’s Tour is a sequence of moves such that the knight covers every square on the chessboard only once. Below is a video from Numberphile that explains the Knights Tour.

Also see two examples of the Open Ended Knights Tour.

Knights Tour - Open End

Knights Tour -

Can you come up with your own examples of the Knights Tour as there are 26,534,728,821,064 possible closed tours including the rotations and reflections.

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