An Infinite Knight's Tour

A classic chess problem is to find a sequence of moves for a knight to land on every square exactly once. With a knight initially positioned at the center of an infinite chess board, drag the slider to see a portion of an infinite knight's tour, either as a broken line path or by numbering the squares in order. You can change the size of the displayed portion of the board.



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Inspired by the "Open Knight's Tour–'To Infinity & Beyond!'" at Knight's Tour Art.
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