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The knight in Chess moves in a limited form. Each separate move may be visualised as stepping exactly one square horizontally or vertically and then one square diagonally away from the direction of the original cell. There are four possible choices on the first step, and for each such choice two possible diagonal continuations, resulting in eight possible moves for the knight (unless the knight is positioned close to a border of the board, in which case some of the moves will be impossible).

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