The Knight's Tour, by Dan Thomasson

Dedicated to the memory of GM George Koltanowski ("Kolty")

The "Knight's Tour" is an ancient puzzle in which the object is to move a knight, starting from any square on a chessboard, to every other square, landing on each square only once. This is usually considered to be a very challenging puzzle. Try completing the tour in 63 moves. Make legal knight moves on the chessboard below by clicking on each square, starting from the upper left square. Press the "F5" key to start over. To learn more about Knight Tours, explore the links below.


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      3-d Knight Moves
      Art
      Ciphers
      Cubes - New Semi-Magic Cube
      Dice
      Golden Ratio
      Latin Squares - Sudoku
      Magic Squares
      M-O-D-U-L-A-R
      Number Pairs
      Primes
      Re-entrant
      Semi-Magic Squares
      Simple Solution
      Tessellations
 

This site is sponsored by Borders Chess Club      Contact: Dan Thomasson

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