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I’ve noticed that this question, which is about if an en passant capture can be delayed, and this question, which is about if an en passant capture can be done on the seventh rank, are both answered by this much older question.

The two younger questions need to be closed as duplicates of the older one. Since they are old questions, I felt that the review queue simply wouldn’t be adequate for these so I am pointing it out here. Please post an answer when they are closed so it can be accepted and this question’s business is completed.

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I felt that the review queue simply wouldn’t be adequate for these so I am pointing it out here.

I'm curious as to why. The Close Votes review queue is pretty fast and reliable for a site the size of Chess Stack Exchange; if you expect other users (reviewers, but also people visiting the question and let's not forget the author) not to see why it's a duplicate, you can always edit the auto-generated "Does this answer your question?" to include some additional information.

I can probably hammer the question, but I'd prefer if you do this the regular way.

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  • Well I have voted to close them before but to no avail, hence why I brought it up on Meta to bring attention to the matter. I have now done it the normal way as you requested. – Rewan Demontay Jun 1 at 19:18
  • There's no indication of a prior close votes review: chess.stackexchange.com/posts/14195/timeline – Glorfindel Jun 1 at 19:19
  • Hm, probably just a false memory then. Sorry for any confusion. – Rewan Demontay Jun 1 at 19:20

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