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Explanation III

I did promise an explanation of how I do the knight’s tour, so here it is. To be clear, the knight’s tour is where you take a Chess knight and move it around a Chess board so that it goes to every square once without going to any square twice. I use it as a visualization exercise to help see possible knight moves when playing Chess. I find it is also good for practicing thinking ahead a few moves, because at certain points you have to be careful about where you will be three moves later.

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Study II

Okay, that was annoying. I typed in the title for this post and then for some reason WordPress published it before I could type in any content.

Anyway, I just completed a blind fold knight’s tour!

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