In our first session we got a partner and played the game on a laminated board, and wrote down how many squares we got. Hugh and I couldn’t find a solution with the strategy of filling in the corners first, so we were not successful in the first session. in project maths we are doing a knights tour a knights tour is were a counter has to touch all of the 64 checkers on a chess board but can not touch the same square twice. i learnt that if you use the strategy of fill in the worst squares first and every time i got 64. i also found out that it was very hard to get 64 on the board. because it took lots of time and it was essayer to do it because you got result’s quicker i found a challenge was remembering how to do a legal move. Next we explored the game on maths 300. At first I found the game confusing for me but then I worked it out. I found some useful strategy’s I found that worked. They were working around the board in a circle then filling up the gaps.