En-passant in French means "in passing". When en-passant occurs is when a pawn is on its starting position and another pawn(playing black) is a knights position away from the white pawn. When the white pawn moves up 2 spaces the pawn runs through blacks spot where he can capture. On the next move black can choose to attack the pawn or to ignore it. En-passant can only be played after the immediate move. Black can not play en-passant on the move following that.
The 'En Passant' move was added sometime in the 15th Century .
it is called En Passant
En passant is a special pawn capture in chess. The literal meaning of en passant is "passing."
No , not by that term , but there is "En Passant" (In passing) ~ see related link below .
The pieces involved are the pawns of each player.
Castling, en passant, gambit, queening, check and checkmate (or just mate) are some.
no, I think you mean the move en passant which is a move performed by a pawn and means "in passing" in french
Some are en passant, castling, and queening.
Castling, En Passant, Check (Mate), Taking
As many as possible.