The Tabiya Tournament Chess Scorebook features a clean, modern scoresheet design and an exclusive Player Table of Contents.
Most moves per scoresheet: 130 moves per game.
Exclusive Player Table of Contents. Quickly find your games.
Standard or Pocket format: 10 cover designs to choose from.
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Tabiya Covers 5.5 x 8.5" List Price: $12.95
Pocket Tabiya Covers 5 x 8" List Price: $12.95
Tabiya Chess Scorebook Info
Put an end to scattered, easily lost game scores. The Tabiya Tournament Chess Scorebook 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, results, tournaments, or openings is as simple as using the table of contents in a published book. The Tabiya has a modern paperback format, and you have your choice of cover styles. Available from chess retailers, Amazon.com (US and Europe), and for order through most bookstores.
Why use a chess scorebook? Over the course of years of tournament chess, players can amass stacks of loose, poorly organized scoresheets, making it difficult to find and review past games. Loose scoresheets can also get out of chronological order, which can make it harder to evaluate your progression. The Tabiya's unique Player Table of Contents makes looking up games, results, tournaments, and openings fast and simple.
How do you use a chess scorebook? You record your moves into the book using chess notation. A scoresheet key that includes standard notation marks (and optional, post-game annotaton marks) is included in the Tabiya. The Tabiya also includes instructions on how to use the Player Table of Contents.
What post-game notes should I include? Analyzing your own chess games is one of the keys to chess improvement. After a game you may find it useful to record your thoughts in the remaining scoresheet space. You may wish to record your thoughts about the opening variation, critical positions, oversights, time pressure, or other parts of the game. You may also want to write down several things you learned from the game. These notes can help you identify the strengths and weaknesses in your play and can highlight ways for you to improve. By recording your post-game thoughts in the remaining scoresheet space, your chess scorebook can serve as a record of games and a workbook for improvement.
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, record your move, and close the book again. After doing this a few times, you will not think twice about it.
Tabiya Formats. Players can choose between two Tabiya scorebook formats: standard and pocket. The standard-size 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 one-half inch smaller than the standard-size Tabiya and has all the same features. The Pocket is available in four cover styles: Black, Blue, Black with Green Graphic, and Black with Yellow Graphic. For product dimensions, see Product Details below.
The Tabiya Tournament Chess Scorebook & The Tabiya Tournament Chess Pocket Scorebook; 100 Games, 130 moves per game, Player Table of Contents
Paperback: 210 pages
Publisher: Precision Chess (July 2012)
Product Dimensions: Tabiya-standard size: 5.5 x 8.5 inches; 13.97 x 21.59cm; Pocket Tabiya: 5 x 8 inches; 12.7 x 20.3cm
List Price: $12.95 / £8.39 / €10.35
Availability: Chess retailers, Amazon.com (U.S. and Europe), and bookstores.
ISBN: Each Tabiya has a unique ISBN.
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