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  • 10 hours ago

    Gareth_O_Flaherty

    Excellent video, and I agree with another commenter, the en passant is explained very clearly. 

  • 17 hours ago

    kkyikk

    واو جميل بيكم

  • 25 hours ago

    allahdad

    helpfull

  • 4 days ago

    the9thseed

    actually he is wrong about the history of chess and where it started, if you do your research you will find that chess can be found on the walls of the Egyptian pyramids and dates back much further than 600 ad. European history wants to take credit as usual as they did with thousands of other African inventions most European rulers couldn't even read nor write let alone create chess:-D

  • 6 days ago

    130130

    good

  • 7 days ago

    Pawnracker

    Actually sid009 I taught en passant was explained very well and you have noting to add in your miss interpretation of the presentation

  • 8 days ago

    mehdiaskariehnaeini

    It was great

  • 9 days ago

    noooh

    Fisher

  • 10 days ago

    mannihaze

    Very helpful thanks.

  • 12 days ago

    07-diego-melendez-99

    uff

  • 2 weeks ago

    Chiquetete

    petróleo

  • 3 weeks ago

    chipew8

    when I started plan one I just wanted to advance from cheakers, anyway I became a teacher- For what it means as far as this lesson may be.

  • 3 weeks ago

    hsb-jpr

    nothing special at time of this video... as we have seen already basics ones

  • 4 weeks ago

    sdi009

    An addition to en passant that is not explained in this video: it is only allowed if it's done at the first possible moment to do it. You can't do en passant later on.

  • 5 weeks ago

    tantak

    very gud...

  • 5 weeks ago

    tantak

    very gud...

  • 5 weeks ago

    Gygax

    This is a great way to start!
  • 6 weeks ago

    Up23

    Excellent

  • 6 weeks ago

    elmanvenesa

    good

  • 6 weeks ago

    Tonsenplayer

    sw

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