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Riddle: Knight's Tour

The Knight's Tour is a famous chess problem, in which a knight starts on the top-left square of an ordinary chessboard and then makes 63 moves, landing on every square of the chessboard exactly once (except for the starting square).

Can you complete the Knight's Tour? For a further challenge, can you find a "closed" solution, meaning that the knight can make a 64th move to land back on the starting square (thus making the solution circular)?

Try to find movement patterns that cover squares in a systematic way.

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