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- Algebraic notation is the standard method for recording and describing the moves in a game of chess. It is based on a system of coordinates to uniquely...
- dispute. The U.S. Chess Federation prefers the use of algebraic notation but still permits descriptive notation. Long algebraic notation includes the starting...
- the Unicode character set. This makes it possible to: Use figurine algebraic notation, which replaces the letter that stands for a piece by its symbol,...
- by humans and is also supported by most chess software. This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. PGN was devised around 1993, by Steven...
- two operands (as in "2 + 2") Algebraic notation (chess), the standard system for recording movement of pieces in a chess game In linguistics, recursive...
- English, Spanish and French chess literature until about 1980. In most other languages, the more concise algebraic notation was in use. Since 1981, FIDE...
- appended to the text describing the move (e.g. Re7? or Kh1!?); see Algebraic chess notation. Use of these annotation symbols is subjective, as different annotators...
- use in international correspondence chess to avoid the potential confusion of using algebraic notation, as the chess pieces have different abbreviations...
- Chessboard (redirect from Chess Board)board is named using algebraic, descriptive, or numeric chess notation; algebraic notation is the FIDE standard. In algebraic notation, using White's perspective...
- Forsyth–Edwards Notation (FEN) is a standard notation for describing a particular board position of a chess game. The purpose of FEN is to provide all...
- removed from the board during the game. This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. The white king starts on e1, on the first file to...
- The Royal Game (redirect from Chess story)"Fear", and "Letter From an Unknown Woman". This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. An anonymous narrator opens the story by describing...
- En passant (redirect from En passant (chess))notated by appending the abbreviation e.p. This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. The conditions for a pawn to capture an enemy pawn...
- Castling (redirect from Castling (chess))the chess family, such as shogi, xiangqi, and janggi, but it commonly appears in variants of Western chess. This article uses algebraic notation to describe...
- used by the encyclopedia. This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. Both ECO and Chess Informant are published by the Belgrade-based...
- between a rook and a bishop. This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. Compared to other chess pieces, the knight's movement is unique:...
- move that puts their own king in check. This article uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. A check is the result of a move that places the opposing...
- uses algebraic notation to describe chess moves. The rules of chess are published by FIDE (Fédération Internationale des Échecs; "International Chess Federation")...
- records in chess listed here are achieved in organized tournament, match, or simultaneous exhibition play. This article uses algebraic notation to describe...
- queen backs up two rooks on the same file. algebraic notation The standard way to record the moves of a chess game, using alphanumeric coordinates for the...

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- Algebraic notation is used to record and describe the moves in a game of chess. It is now standard among all chess organizations and most books, magazines