En Passant Guide

In chess, en passant is a special pawn capture that takes place when a pawn moves to a square directly beside an enemy pawn that has just advanced two squares, capturing it as if it had moved only one square (see visual explanation below). We understand if this is confusing to you. Let us explain!

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How Do You Get Better at Chess (10 Practical Tips)

If you love playing chess just like we do, you will agree with us that chess isn’t just a game; it’s a lifestyle.  The ultimate showdown of intellect, planning, and strategy.  You’re not just pushing pawns; you’re orchestrating a symphony of moves, each one building upon the last.  From the thrill of executing a well-planned… Read: How Do You Get Better at Chess (10 Practical Tips)

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How to Play Chess: A Beginner’s Guide to Mastery

Learn how to play chess with this full guide. How chess pieces move, how to deliver checkmate, and more!

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