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The literary Knight takes a walk

Question

A Knight bored of his chess game leaves his board of boredom and enters

the grid of letters shown below, in the north west corner, at the letter A.

After twenty-five moves, he exits the grid near the south east corner at the letter Z.

In between he lands on each letter, once, in proper sequence.

Can you trace his path?

In describing your answer, each move can be described as two letters.

For example,

  • SE would mean two spaces South, one space East.
  • ES would mean two spaces East, one space South.

That is, the direction of the two-space move is mentioned first.

A V Z G E D I P O I

T S B C R D E O H G

C B H D E F I J U S

O C H K H R H G V S

C T F F Q J K R S H

O D L P R P R W L U

U I S N H K L T I Z

E M Y D N Q X T U U

L L O I L N N T P Z

L H L R P S M Y G O

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well.. i suppose u cant a make one space move first and then a two space move... then it kinda becomes easy.. :)

wel.. i guess if it shld always be 2 space first and one space then , it is gonna tak som time... hi hi...

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ES

SW

EN

NE

SE

ES

NE

WS

SW

WN

NW

NW

EN

SW

ES

NE

NE

EN

SW

EN

NW

SE

SE

SW

WN

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...to work backwards

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...to work backwards

I loled.

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...to work backwards

You're right.

I should have inserted some reverse blind alleys.

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