# Chess Connect Puzzle

I made up a new logic puzzle based on the games Numberlink and Chess, and thought it ended up rather interesting. The solution, as usual, is unique.

The starting and ending positions of 7 chess pieces are shown on the board. Find the trajectories of the pieces, if you know that they do not overlap and completely cover the board.

Remark: Every two consecutive squares in the Queen's trajectory are either diagonally or horizontally/vertically adjacent. Every two consecutive squares in the Rooks' trajectories are horizontally/vertically adjacent. Every two consecutive squares in the Bishops' trajectories are diagonally adjacent. Every two consecutive squares in the Knights' trajectories are 2 horizontal and 1 vertical cells apart, or 2 vertical and 1 horizontal cells apart.

• @Alconja, the knight trajectories are not continuous. May 14, 2018 at 2:55
• Was trying to make it a bit clearer for people who hadn't played the game, but you're right, perhaps I've introduced potential confusion... Perhaps you can think of better wording? (Nice puzzle btw) May 14, 2018 at 2:57
• @Alconja, thanks. Let's revert it back to the original wording and I will think tomorrow for a better one? I have added a detailed description in the remark, but indeed it will be good to come up with a succinct and precise formulation. May 14, 2018 at 3:00
• Nice idea to connect these two :) May 14, 2018 at 8:35