The last rule about pawns is called “en passant,” which is French for “in passing”. If a pawn moves out two squares on its first move, and by doing so lands to the side of an opponent’s pawn (effectively jumping past the other pawn’s a... | Read More
Say a Bishop or queen is attacking the Queen Knight square,i.e., b1 or b8, chess rule allow long castling (as long as the king does'nt come under check, castling is allowed). My question to you is "should'nt the rook be allowed to be captured En... | Read More
Hi Friends!! Recently i took part in the first rated tourney of my life "GTC Chess Classic" , really had an awesome experience and got to learn so much about chess. It was an international event and players from neighbouring nation were seen in f... | Read More
In this blog, I talk about a new opening that I created called the infinity gambit.
There are six main variation of the Infinity Gambit Accepted.
Of course white course capture the c pawn en passant and transpose into the Tan G... | Read More
Hello everyone. I'm sorry it's been so long since my last post, but I've been very busy.
In this last post in my series on Millennium Chess, I will explain the motion of the pawn.
The pawn's motion uses the concepts we have already learned for t... | Read More