Standardizing match score notation
Posted By: Nack Ballard In Response To: Standardizing match score notation (Matt Cohn-Geier)
Date: Tuesday, 4 May 2010, at 4:55 a.m.
In Response To: Standardizing match score notation (Matt Cohn-Geier)
Looks better to me than:
I thought our discussion was meant primarily to address match scores in posts or articles with an accompanying diagram. Even if I were to write an early-game move string and match score side by side, I wouldn't be inclined to run them together. Rather, I would convey what you're trying to say in one of the following ways:
52S-53P-F-31P-F-C at -5-7
52S-53P-F-31P-F-C at 5a7a
If you're interested in creating file names of early game offbeat match score situations, you can use "?" as a separator, or even omit it. Here are some possibilities:
Finally, when I integrate match scores into nacbracs, I tack on the information before the brackets, just as I do with "d," "s" and "g" (for DMP, GS and GG). For example,
42P-64: -5-7[R P4 S16]
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