14 – How to Record Chess Moves (Algebraic Chess Notations) | Chess

Correction: at 4:30 Bg5 (not Bc5)
Correction at 16:17 – 2. Nf3 Nc6 (not Nc3)

Chess Inventory
Chessboard I Teach With (Green):
Chess Set (Blue):
Chess Clock (Preferred):
Demonstration Board:
Chess Score Book:
Wooden Circles:

0:00 – Introduction
0:58 – Naming the Squares
02:19 – Naming the Pieces
02:57 – Notating Moves
04:43 – Recording Identical Pieces (Same Rank)
06:32 – Recording Identical Pieces (Same File)
07:13 – Pawn Moves
08:01 – Capturing
09:52 – Pawn Captures
10:38 – Pawn Promotion
11:51 – Castling
12:18 – Checking the King
12:53 – Double Checking the King
13:23 – Recording Wins (White & Black)
13:36 – Stalemate Draw
13:46 – Special Example
16:17 – In Game Example
17:45 – Final Words

8 Comments

  1. thank u so much! this was very helpful! u r so good at chess!

  2. Wait at the end when you show an example of a real game at 17:00. It must be
    2. Nf3 Nc6 and not 2. Nf3 Nc3 as the black knight can not jump all over to the c3 from the beginning 😂😂

  3. when you said black night to c3 you actually meant c6

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