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Date: 17 Oct 2008 23:41:54
From: Not MickG but another one
Subject: Chess notation e.g. DOS Crafty

Quite new to the game here. I know the moves, the names of the pieces. but the notation used in, for example the DOS version of crafty, I don't understand. Is there a guide to help ? EXAMPLE Crafty v22.1 (2 cpus) White(1): move book moves {e4, d4, Nf3, c4} book 0.0s 47% e4 c5 White(1): e4 time used: 0.00 Black(1): move book moves {c5, e5, e6, c6, d6} book 0.0s 40% c5 Nf3 Black(1): c5 time used: 0.00 White(2):



Date: 18 Oct 2008 02:08:33
From: Simon Krahnke
Subject: Re: Chess notation e.g. DOS Crafty

* Not MickG but another one <[email protected] > (00:41) schrieb: > Quite new to the game here. I know the moves, the > names of the pieces. but the notation used in, for > example the DOS version of crafty, I don't understand. > > Is there a guide to help ? Look up Standard Algebraic Notation on Wikipedia. mfg, simon .... l

 
Date: 18 Oct 2008 09:39:03
From: Not MickG but another one
Subject: Re: Chess notation e.g. DOS Crafty

Simon Krahnke wrote: > * Not MickG but another one <[email protected]> (00:41) schrieb: > >> Quite new to the game here. I know the moves, the >> names of the pieces. but the notation used in, for >> example the DOS version of crafty, I don't understand. >> >> Is there a guide to help ? > > Look up Standard Algebraic Notation on Wikipedia. > > mfg, simon .... l Thanks, looks very simple now :)

