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  1. 22 Jun '04 07:04
    Im looking for a reasonably simple tutorial on reading PGN values. Something like white e4 is pretty straight forward, but, for example Nxd8 is a mystery. All Ive been able to find is the official PGN specifications, which is way to complex. Anyone?
  2. Standard member SirLoseALot
    Shut Gorohoviy!
    22 Jun '04 07:11
    You don't need to learn pgn,you need to learn algebraic notation.For instance,the move you gave means knight takes on d8.
    This site explains this form of gamenotation:

    Sir Lot.
  3. 22 Jun '04 08:19
    ok, that seems simple... thanks!