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SCHOLASTIC Chess Scorebook (60 Moves/Game)

Scholastic players can now keep all of their games in one place in this traditional chess notation scorebook which holds 50 games, with 60 moves each game.
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Description / SCHOLASTIC Chess Scorebook (60 Moves/Game)

Just like adult players, scholastic players can now keep all of their games in one place in this traditional chess notation scorebook which holds 50 games, with 60 moves each game. The line spacing is twice as big than in the regular notation scorebooks because scholastic players tend to write larger. It also has space to put all of your tournament and game information. Each sheet is spiral-bound to make games easily accessible. A must for the "organized" scholastic tournament player so that he can have a record of his games for later analysis with his coach!

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