I was playing chess against the computer and captured black’s queen. All of a sudden, a black pawn appears out of thin air, one space behind the captured queen for a total of nine pawns, and moves multiple squares diagonally.
The computer calls this move “P @ e6,” but after half an hour of scouring the internet, I could not figure out what that means.
1. | h2 - h4 | Nb8 - c6 | 2. | e2 - e4 | e7 - e5 | 3. | Rh1 - h3 | Qd8 × h4 | 4. | Rh3 - h4 | P @ e2 |
How did this happen?