Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Shakespearean Knight Tour

I read this over at Futulity Closet.

The knight's tour is a recreation familiar to chessplayers: Move a knight about an empty chessboard so as to visit each square exactly once.

On this board, each square contains a syllable. Collect them in the right order and you'll compose a six-line quotation from Shakespeare.

What is it? (hint ... start at e4)

With a little help from Google, I was able to complete the task.

1 comment:

  1. Yep, took me about 3 seconds using my supreme Chess Vision to find the right solution. ;)