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Ivan Girobu
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I am very serious about this game (not quite), not only because it involves a hich level of strategy and analysis(not quite). And every good intellectual game need a notation. I wish to write down our sessions and than learn from them. But – is there some notation system for CS?
 
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girobusan wrote:
I am very serious about this game (not quite), not only because it involves a hich level of strategy and analysis(not quite). And every good intellectual game need a notation. I wish to write down our sessions and than learn from them. But – is there some notation system for CS?


You could record everything you need in order to reconstruct a game by writing out the dice rolled each time, with the grouped ones in parentheses. Maybe put an "x" next to a roll if it caused a player to bust, but it's not strictly necessary. If you wanted, you could also mark rolls that locked a column with a "*". Like this:

A: (56)(33), (56)(34), (34)(25), (11)(11)x
B: (16)(34), (25)(55)*, (25)(23)
C: (etc.)
 
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Second step is establishing an international CS organization, with tournaments and ranks. And we need this game at Olympics. Probably, CS can replace old and drawish chess.
 
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