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# The discovery of two new magic knights tours

A magic square is one in which all rows and columns, and the two main diagonals, sum to the same total. A knight's tour is a tour of the board in which, using knight's moves, all squares are visited exactly once. When the squares visited are numbered from 1 to 64, if the square is magic (but without including the two main diagonals), this is termed a magic knight's tour. This paper describes two magic knight's tours on an 8 by 8 board found in early 2003, the first new tours to be discovered since 1988, and the first irregular tours to be discovered since 1936.

## Funding

### Category 1 - Australian Competitive Grants (this includes ARC, NHMRC)

## History

## Volume

89## Issue

514## Start Page

22## End Page

27## Number of Pages

6## ISSN

0025-5572## Location

Leicester## Publisher

The Mathematical Association## Language

en-aus## Peer Reviewed

- Yes

## Open Access

- No

## External Author Affiliations

Faculty of Informatics and Communication; TBA Research Institute;## Era Eligible

- Yes