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Checkers Notation
YoungbloodDate: Tuesday, 2011-06-14, 8:49 PM | Message # 1
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This little tutorial assumes an established understanding of the normal Algebraic (Russian, Brazilian, Chess etc.) Notation:c7-d8 g5-h4. In order to save time and space this can be shortened to cd8-gh4.

The cd8 vs c7-d8 saves time and space. Now what the reader has to figure out here is that there is a piece on "C" that is able to move to d8. The only piece that could move from "C" to d8 would be "C7".

bc7= b6-c7
hg1= h2-g1
cd8= c7-d8
gh4= g5-h4
 
necktie23Date: Wednesday, 2011-06-15, 11:04 AM | Message # 2
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Thanks youngblood!!. I thought about that, confirmation helped.
 
HugoDate: Wednesday, 2011-06-15, 11:13 PM | Message # 3
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Just to add to the information

Symbols:

! a good move
!! a very strong move
? a weak move
?? a blunder (very bad move)

: or x depicts a jump/take
 
YoungbloodDate: Tuesday, 2011-07-19, 10:10 AM | Message # 4
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