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randyland 16 ( +1 | -1 )
Pawn en Passant rule My question is: Can anybody explain me what's that mean ( Pawn en Passant rule ) what situation can we applied this and WHAT IS THAT ? Thank you!
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brobishkin 59 ( +1 | -1 )
En passant... En passant (french word meaning "in passing") is a tactic only to awns... It began because of the rule change that allowed pawns to advance two squares on their first move... This change was the only reasonable way to speed up the opening game, but it should not deprive a player a right to capture as it zoomed past it...

When an opposing player has his pawn on his 5th rank, and you move your pawn two squares past his pawn... The next turn (and only the next turn) he has the option to capture your pawn moving his pawn as if you only moved one square....

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brobishkin 18 ( +1 | -1 )
En passant... I think with all the threads in the other forums you made... If you combine all the help you recived... You should have a pretty clear picture by now on what en passant means and how it's played...

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