How Does Castling In Chess Work?

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  1. Rule 4: You cannot castle if you already moved your king

  2. I thought even if b1 was being attacked you couldn't castle?

  3. I understand rule of En Passant.
    Because in beginning pawns can move only OnE square.
    After speeding game with two square.
    Pawn always have possibility for exchange.
    Only do NoT understand castling.
    Because YoU are forced move king from check.
    Castling is put king in safety.

  4. Wah I was confused but now I understand how my opponent was using this.

  5. Castling are used to be 2 moves in the past idk when but yea i heard it

  6. My classmates said that this wasnt allowed πŸ’€

  7. I did not know the 3rd rule to this move

  8. Nah bro there is a move called B-O-O-B

  9. Is this reminder for GM Hakamura before Rapid and Blitz Championship 2023?

  10. Im a begginer, I dont understand why is the need of this rule

  11. My friend don't even know how to castle in chess

  12. i have a scenario. 4 pieces left are wRook f4, bKing g3, wRook h1 and wKing e1white to move. can white castle?

  13. Castling is how a mac computer beats you . Does it when you get it worried. Personally I think Castling is a dirty move ,made in desperation. This rule ruins chess

  14. Didn't understand the 3 rule correctly. Please explain again more elaborately

  15. But the rook can castle through check 😎

  16. I made it a part of my strategy since I was 11

  17. Important tip: In-castling, king goes first, not the rook. If you move the rook first, you have to move it, you cannot castle. It's because of touch-move rule.

  18. Who else just castles to get their rook out faster when that spots under attack so you can’t have it push the pawn

  19. Whenever you move and capture opponent piece you move it off the board that means two pieces moved.

  20. How is safer when its so fucking easy to get checkmated in this position.

  21. Can we castle while getting checkmate from one side and if we castle than rook while face the opponent queen

  22. I notic that in Castling the king move throug the rookWhicth is count as moveing throug pices

  23. If you think that's cool, google "en passant" 😏

  24. Il vaticano is another Way of moving 2 pieces I requires the 2 bishop to swap Places and Capture the 2 pawns It is Next to But Il vaticano can not be diagonal

  25. Capturing moves 2 pieces If your meYou blunder a queen Attack 2 rooks And lose a bishopIn 1 moveMy opponent took my bishop losing my queen this was 30Min 900

  26. to be more specific, castling is moving the king 2 spaces in the direction of the rook, and the rook to the space across from the king.there's also one more very nuance rule: the king and rook must be on the same rank. this is to counter the fact that pieces promoted from pawns are considered new pieces and have not moved, therefore you could castle with a promoted rook from the top of the board. this has never been played in any games but was a crucial component in a mate-in-two puzzle that resulted in the addition of the rule

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