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
I had to learn descriptive notation in order to be able to read Kmoch's ... Anyone
like myself who has read fifty books on chess in descriptive has ...
Throughout the years, some types of Chess notation or languages were .... This
type of Descriptive notation (also called English notation), was once the most ...
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 ...
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 ... http://www.chessstrategiesblog.com/chess-rules/chess-notation This is the ... I will
have a post on my blog about English Descriptive Notation in ...
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 ...
And both the descriptive Chess notation and the algebraic Chess notation have
..... the ordinary notation of games as they might be read in a textbook on Chess.