Do we want to universally use (and encourage the use of)
this formatting for reproducing chess moves?
I use this formatting in my posts, because I think it's clearer, and quickly draws the eye to the moves under discussion, but I'd like to know whether I should edit 1... d5 to
1... d5 where I see it, for example. I did it here, when the original post looked like this:
I'd concentrate on chasing Black's queen. Nc3 is a normal developing move, and threatens Nd5.
Another move is Pd3, which threatens Bg5. Black's most threatening countermove is 3.... Bc5, which can be met by 4. Be3. If Black exchanges bishops, it opens the f file of the (castled) rook to chase the queen.
No need to sweat this one because Greco is an inferior opening. Just make good developing moves and Black will fall behind in development.
Is this a good idea, or should I not worry about reformatting chess moves? The work load involved is not an issue for me - it's the community's opinion I want to know.