Chess Notation Part 2 – Captures, Castling, and Checkmate

In the first part, we saw how the moves of the pawns and pieces are recorded, but we still have to see how captures are recorded, ambiguities are resolved, and some other matters. I haven’t put the labels along the side of the board for all the diagrams in this post. If you need to …Continue reading: Chess Notation Part 2 – Captures, Castling, and Checkmate

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