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No, a pawn can only move diagonally when taking another piece on the board.

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Can a pawn in checkers move backwards on a diagonal?

No


What chess pieces can only move on a diagonal when it wants to capture a piece from the other side?

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How do you move a king in checkers?

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Pawn's can't capture forward, only diagonal. Yes, a pawn that reaches the eighth rank will be promoted if it reached it by capturing another piece.


Is a fianchetto one or two moves?

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Can each pawn move two spaces on that pawn's first move?

A pawn may move forward either one or two spaces when making the pawn's first move.


How many steps can a pawn take in chess?

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Can you move a pawn diagonally backwards and forwards to capture another player?

A pawn can only capture by moving forward on the diagonal or through en passant; otherwise it must move directly forward. Both moves are of one space only, except for the "breakout move" which can be of either one or two spaces.


Can a pawn move two spaces only on the very first move of the game or can each pawn move two on its first move?

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How does a pawn piece attack?

The diagonal attack of a pawn is the only way a pawn can capture another chess piece besides 'En Passant' attack ~ see related link below .


Can a pawn attack backwards?

yes it may. A pawn can only move forward until taken or exchanged for another piece at the end row. It's defense is different than its offense, and it attacks diagonal to the square left ahead or right ahead and behind.

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