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    How does an "impassant" move, in chess, take place?

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    It is a move involving a pawn in a chess game,it looks like it is the removel of a pawn via castling, but castling only involves a castle..this link shows how it is done..>>>>>>>><<<<<<<<..https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/En_passant""

    It's where nobody can make a move. It's called Checkmate. It happens when almost all the pieces are gone but the queen and king. 



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