Six Knights

 

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10-5, 1-8;
11-6, 2-9;
12-7, 3-4;
5-12, 8-3;
6-1, 9-10;
7-6, 4-9;
12-7, 3-4;
1-8, 10-5;
6-1, 9-10;
7-2, 4-11;
8-3, 5-12.

The minimum number of moves for this puzzle is twenty-two - eleven for the black and eleven for the white. 

The pairs of numbers in the illustration make up the way how such a solution may be completed (based on the numeration of the board's squares shown in the illustration). Pairs in bold represent the moves for the black knights, the rest pairs - for the white knights, respectively. The first number in each pair indicates the initial square of the move and the second - the finish one of the same move.

 
Last Updated: September 5, 2007  |  Posted: September 16, 2001
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