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B - Bishop N - Knight To notate a piece moving on the chessboard first write the piece identifier and then the square the piece is moving to. In the diagram on the left the Knight is moving to square f3 so this is written Nf3.
What if a Pawn moves? In case you didn't notice, there is no piece identifier for a Pawn. Pawns don't need an identifier. If no piece identifier is used then it is assumed that the moving piece is a Pawn.
To notate a Pawn moving, just write the square it is moving to. In the diagram on the right the Pawn is moving to e5 so this is simply written e5. Captures are indicated with an x between the piece identifier and square where the capture takes place.
When the Bishop captures the Rook in the diagram on the left it will be written as Bxh8. When a Pawn captures a piece, instead of using a piece identifier you use the file identifier of the Pawn's location before the capture.
The Pawn capture on the right would be written cxd4. Occasionally identical pieces can move to the same square. To distinguish between them include either the file identifier of the piece that is moving if the ambiguous pieces lie on the same rank, or the rank identifier if they lie on the same file.
For example, both rooks can move to the square b5 in the diagram on the left so Rb5 would be ambiguous. In order to distinguish the Rook on b2 from the Rook on b7 the notation should include the rank identifier of the b2 Rook as in R2b5. A King-side castle is represented by O-O.
A Queen-side castle is O-O-O. When a Pawn makes it to the opposite side of the board and promotes to another piece you would notate the move as usual followed by the piece identifier for the piece the pawn promoted to.
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