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Descriptive notation is a notation for recording chess games, and at one time was the most ..... Views. Read · Edit · View history ...

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How to Read Descriptive Notation. There are ... This is often thought of as descriptive notation. ... Refer to Read Algebraic Chess Notation to see the other form.

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Descriptive Notation better embraces a more romantic day when chess pieces were called by name, as were the squares of the chess board. Most people today  ...

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I particularly like the descriptive notation in trying to follow a game without a board in front of me. If I'm trying to read a line and it says Bxe5, I'm ...

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Mar 1, 2017 ... How to Read and Write Algebraic Chess Notation ... Chess notation enables you to record your games for playback later. .... That use the descriptive notation, thus some mention should be made as an alternative reference ...

boardgames.stackexchange.com/questions/3977/does-anyone-use-the-p-k4-type-of-chess-notation-anymore

However, there is still a purpose in learning descriptive notation: reading old books. Some of my favorite old chess books are only available in ...

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You will probably see algebraic notation used more often but older chess books often use descriptive notation. It is a good idea to be ... Ranks and Files. There are some symbols you should know when reading or writing chess notation.

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Throughout the years, some types of Chess notation or languages were developed .... Unlike Algebraic notation, Descriptive notation always uses the letter 'P' to ...

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Feb 15, 2013 ... This short video explains the old style notation, just in case you happen upon an old chess book or game that you want to understand.