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An incredible magic square

From Grey Matters:

In the following video from Germany, performer Robin Wersig asks for a 3-digit number, getting 843 as a reply, and then asks for a starting square, for which D2 is given. He then proceeds to start at square D2, and creates an 8 by 8 magic square totaling 843 in every row and column, all while performing a Knight's Tour!


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  1. Hello

    My name is Robin Wersig. I want to mention, that the video (below the text about me) is NOT my video from my chessboard magic square.

    Here is the correct link.


  2. Robin – Sorry about that. I’ve now embedded the correct video.

  3. No problem.
    Thank you.

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