Well, it was under the assumption that he pulled the knight back for defense earlier when you moved the knight.
Anyway, from this point, there is a move in chess called the en passant which would lead to:
As you can see, at this point, your pawn has two knights on hold and no matter which one moves, the other gets captured. Again, this is only if he pulled the knight back for defense at the beginning. If he didn't, and just ignored your advancement to his side, it's still a bad position since your pawn is still attacking that one knight. If he doesn't move that knight, it's checkmate (not check as I said earlier). If he moves that knight... it's still checkmate...
3. exf6ep Nc6
4. f7+ Ke7
5. Nd5 ...
At this point, it can either be checkmate if he runs away with the King instead of capturing the knight. However, that will result in dragging the King to the center which would result in win for you anyway.
And I'm not good in chess at all. I lose all the time against the computer. I mostly mentioned these sequences I thought up because it's pretty much too late to pull it off now.
Last edited by Skrymir; 02-26-2009 at 08:38 PM. Reason: Opps, my scenario was bad. Second to last paragraph edited.
Made an edit to earlier post.
And yeah, en passant is less commonly used compared to castling. I didn't know about it til a few months ago also. Told you I was noob, lol.
^because its harder to have, and not to mention, why destroy your pawn defense against an advanced piece?
Casting, is good, but also dangerous, can bit you back..
@sd You had mate, why didn't you take??? .. its evil to play with people.
@dna pay attention on all pieces, where they are attacking, all pieces protect one another, best course is to attack the piece that is giving support, and NEVER back down on attacking, the one move you don't attack, pin or check, it might cost you.
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