I was surfing across Tim Krabbe’s website, as I usually do on occasion, and I found this interesting tidbit: https://timkr.home.xs4all.nl/admag/hajiri.htm
A game of 34 moves is mentioned in the last paragraph and the notations for all of the moves are given. I do not understand it at all.
There are these strange letter for the pieces like P,T, and D. K is understandable as the King. I suspect that P is for pawn. Can anyone please explain to me what these symbols mean, and tell me what kind of notation variation that this is? A link to a site that explains it, such as it’s history, would also be helpful to have.
I would also like it if you could transcribe the for me as well please, so I may better understand this weird notation.
NOTE: Transcribe as in please post the game in the CSE chess replayer.