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How to move the pawn

On its first move, the pawn can either move one space or two spaces forward.


A pawn captures diagonally, which is kind of tricky.


But another way the pawn can capture is called en passant. This only happens when on its first move, an opponent's pawn moves two spaces forward and ends up on the same rank as one of your pawns, you can capture it. There is a rule though: You have to take the pawn on the move exactly after it moves two spaces forward. You can't take it too late! Here's an example:



Comments


  • 8 months ago

    tanjerr

    The only green parrot left alive is my brother! Finally I know where he is! Now I can send him letters!

  • 8 months ago

    WeisseSchachlade

    My mommy told me a funny story about some grrrreen parrots she saw. Oh and we has a grrreen parrot at home and she is actually better at killing rrrrrats than I am!

  • 8 months ago

    tanjerr

    The green one.

  • 8 months ago

    WeisseSchachlade

    Elephant, you turned into parrots! Which color one are you?

  • 8 months ago

    tanjerr

    This was my first blog, sorry if it was not too informational... If you want me to change or add something, please leave a comment and I'll do it as soon as possible.

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