Originally posted by Kings Indian FTW
Yep. Noone is going to sit and put all those games into PGN for you. We will help, not be your slaves.
As you may have gathered, I am very new to computer-assisted chess, and am used to simple algebraic format. I was unaware that you wanted them in PGN, and don't know how to put them into it. In fact, until very recently I was unaware of what pgn format WAS, much less how to convert it.
These games are three extremely early pieces of game analysis--dating from around 1497. I was curious if anyone was interested in giving their own modern analysis of the old lines.
My apologies if I've offended you, though I think accusing me of trying to "enslave" you is a bit extreme. I'm just a guy interested in all of your comments on the matter.