Chess notation is a method for recording a chess match using symbols. For all pieces except pawns, write a simple chess move by starting with the piece's letter symbol (see below), followed by its destination (see Rank/File/Tridrant). For example, "Na4R" means "knight moves to a4 in Red's tridrant". All the pieces except pawns have their own letter-symbol (K,Q,R,N,B). A pawn move
Which Knight or Rook Is Moving or Capturing?
When both of a player's rooks or knights can move to the same location, identify which rook or knight is moving by following the letter-symbol of the moving piece with a foreslash "/" followed by its location, as in "R/c4B c4R" which means: rook at c4 in Black's tridrant moves to c4 in Red's tridrant.
Noting a Pawn Promotion
To note a pawn promotion, simply write the letter-symbol of the piece it promotes to at the end of the notation. (See below.)
Recording a Match
Below is a Hexes Chess score sheet recording four moves from a match between Paulo, Francesca and Giaciotto.
The four moves noted in the scoresheet above are illustrated below. The notation begins with White's 22nd move, followed by Black's 22nd move, then Red's. The notation ends with White's 23rd move.