Descriptive notation is a notation for recording chess games, and at one time was
the most popular notation in English- and Spanish-speaking countries (Brace ...
NOTE: This is not Algebraic Notation. Algebraic notation (AN), developed by
Philipp Stamma, is the most common used worldwide system of chess notation
Throughout the years, some types of Chess notation or languages were
developed .... Unlike Algebraic notation, Descriptive notation always uses the
letter 'P' to ...
Jun 19, 2011 ... It really caught on in the US once chess-playing computers and ... I still use
descriptive notation, and I can read it, and I also have some old ...
Nov 22, 2010 ... Thus, all American books before the 70s used this form of notation, which ... when
the lone descriptive notation nation (“notation nation” kind of has a .... Thanks to
the "PGN"-format we now can read chess from anywhere in the ...
I noticed some discussion on Chess.com, someone saying they prefer this and ...
I had to learn descriptive notation in order to be able to read ...
You will probably see algebraic notation used more often but older chess books
often use descriptive notation. It is a good idea to be conversant with them both.
Which is read: "pawn to e4, pawn to d5, e-pawn takes d5, queen take d5, king to
e2, queen to e4 checkmate!" Descriptive notation is an older way of listing ...
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May 22, 2009 ... Chess Notation How to Read and Record a Chess Game .... I will have a post on
my blog about English Descriptive Notation in the near future.
May 22, 2009 ... I learned chess using English descriptive notation. I prefer it for sentimental
reasons. A lot of the books in my library are printed with descriptive ...