Biff the Knights

Biffing the Knight means moving your pawn up from its starting square to attack the Knight. Usually itís the Rook pawn that moves up one square to attack the Knight. If that Knight has come into your territory, you really do need to knock it back. Donít allow a Knight to hover in your territory.

Biffing a Knight usually means that the Knight must retreat back to where it came from. Hopefully they have wasted two moves, moving the Knight down and then back, whereas you have only uses one pawn move to biff it.

Diagram: Biff the Knight With a Pawn

Diagram: Biff the Knight on the Queenside

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