# May someone explain what "..." , "1." & "2." represent? Learning the algebraic notation is tricky. Thanks.?

yimi

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Chris Ancor

What board game are you on about?

Wire and String

"1" and "2" are the number move you are on "...' means that half of the move is somewhere else in the analysis. example: 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 ... at this point the commentator would say something like Nf3 attacks e5 so black must counter it or go down a pawn early 2. ... Nc6 you will also see "..." when a picture of a position is given with black to play. in that case they give you a picture of the board and then do something like 26 ... Ne2+(!) and before you ask any more questions, + means check, # means checkmate, (!) means "i think this move is particularly inspired," (?) means "i think this move is a blunder."

Екатерина

1 and 2 must exist at the same time, so that you can pass otherwise or not

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juan

I don't know bla

ltazi

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