in french, en passant means "passing". in chess terms, its a type of...take it straight away, diagonally. heres a explanation: http:// en .wikipedia.org/wiki/ En _ passant examples: this will be much better with a diagram, but here: white pawn...
5 Answers · Games & Recreation · 03/02/2010
im in a high school team so playing competitively over-the-board it is seen once in a while... personally i v had dealings with it on more than one encounter. a necessary chess rule in my opinion
7 Answers · Games & Recreation · 09/08/2008
No, I wouldn't know how. But happens to couple of times.
7 Answers · Games & Recreation · 30/01/2019
It means "in passing" and is specifically used to take a pawn with another pawn when they move to pass you. That is, if your pawn is 2 squares ahead of theirs and 1 square to the left or right and they move the 2 squares...
4 Answers · Games & Recreation · 14/11/2010
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1 Answers · Games & Recreation · 25/09/2012
En Passant . Don't ask why it is in French, OK?:) http://www.chesscorner.com/tutorial/basic/ passant / passant .htm
8 Answers · Games & Recreation · 01/03/2009