Tabiya Tournament Chess Scorebook: Cover Style: White With Green Graphic
The Tabiya Tournament Chess Scorebook is a chess player's answer to scattered, disorganized game scores. The Tabiya holds 100 games and has the most moves per scoresheet available today: 130 moves per game—more than enough space to record most rated games. And when you're ready to study, the Tabiya makes it easy to find your games. With its exclusive Player Table of Contents, looking up games, res...
Paperback: 210 pages
Publisher: Precision Chess (August 8, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 3455037
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“It's a scorebook, don't be shocked that it doesn't have yellow copy pages, if your planning on using this in an official event, remember that you will need to turn in annotations for your games, so if your considering skipping out early, you will nev...”
lts, tournaments, or openings is as simple a using the table of contents in a published book. Please note that the Tabiya is not a spiral-bound scorebook. The Tabiya is a paperback scorebook and behaves like a paperback book. To record your moves, open the book to where your pen is placed as a page-holder and record your move. After doing this a few times, you will not think twice about it. Many hundreds of players are happy with the way the Tabiya performs and enjoy the advantages of the Tabiya, including its modern scoresheet design and Player Table of Contents. You have your choice of 10 different cover styles: Players can choose between two formats: Tabiya and Pocket Tabiya (the Pocket Tabiya is 1/2 inch smaller than the standard). The Tabiya is available in six cover styles: Black, Blue, Red, White with Green Graphic, White with Orange Graphic, and White with Blue Graphic. The Pocket Tabiya is available in four cover styles: Black, Blue, Black with Green Graphic, and Black with Yellow Graphic. You can find more information on Tabiya scorebooks at http://www.PrecisionChess.com.