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I prefer figurine algebraic notation, but you need a long time control to draw all those teeny pieces on your scoresheet.
Especially the little horsies.
I've devised my own figurine pieces. They are much simpler than the ones in chess books.
Each one takes about 2-3 seconds to draw.
Or you could bring some little stampers and an ink pad along with you to a tournament.
Perhaps the absolute best is the long(e2-e4)figurine algebraic.What do you think?(at least the most complete,if anything.)
Algebraic is racist because it is based upon WHITE'S point of view.
It's also mathist!
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