It can be used ONLY on your move, right after your opponent passes one of your advanced pawns with a pawn on its very first move. Your opponent has opted to move a pawn two squares ahead as its very first move. You have the option, on your very next move, of acting as if the pawn was only advanced one square, and you can capture the pawn (you capture it 'in passing') and advance your pawn to the square it would have occupied on a regular capture of that pawn. If you don't do it on your very next move, you lose the option. If an en passant capture is a player's only legal move, it must be done.
En passant is a special pawn capture in chess. The literal meaning of en passant is "passing."
The 'En Passant' move was added sometime in the 15th Century .
En passant - album - was created on 1997-08-26.
En passant - 2006 is rated/received certificates of: Canada:14A
It is difficult to explain the 'en passant' rule in words. The following web link has got a graphical illustration of 'en passant' rule : http://www.chesskids.com/kids/enpas.htm
A pawn can capture an enemy pawn by En Passant ~ see related link below .
"by the way" is translated as "en passant" in French. The original form is "soit dit en passant" ('telling you by the way').
The cast of Le bonheur en passant - 2003 includes: Franck Ladurelle
The cast of En Passant - 2005 includes: Ashley Alexandra as Alex Conor Wright as Detective
The cast of En passant - 1984 includes: Simone Nickele Oliver Richter Stephan Samuel
it is called En Passant