How Does Castling In Chess Work?

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100 Comments

  1. Please someone tell why 2nd rule exist ๐Ÿ˜ข

  2. Thanks bubba. Simple and straight to the point.

  3. Thanks for making the explanation very simple to understand, with a good pacing tone. The ones I looked at will speak 500k words in one second

  4. I had play once in tournament, I checkmate my opponent, then my opponent did castling, while me newbie n noob, pity mee

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

  6. 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.
    ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿค”
    Only do NoT understand castling.
    Because YoU are forced move king from check.
    Castling is put king in safety.
    ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿค”

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

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

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

  10. My classmates said that this wasnt allowed ๐Ÿ’€

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

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

  13. Bruh who tf doesnโ€™t know how to castle

  14. Okay today hikaru knew this move by seeing this video very informative

  15. my parents and grand parents would disagree with b and g pawn moving 1 square each

  16. En passant moves both your pawn and the enemy's… out of the board

  17. Me: " there is another", il Vaticano

  18. Sicilian Opening is my favorite opening.

  19. there is actually another rule where they both have to be on the same rank, preventing a pawn promoting to a rook, then on the next move castling O-O-O-O-O-O

  20. Did not know about those check rules and me and my friends may or may not be big cheaters ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

  21. I like to castle when I'm in danger or take a empty file

  22. Promotions also move two of ones own pieces at once: a pawn off the board, and a major piece onto the board.

  23. also, the player must move the king first
    if he/she accidentally moved the rook first and then the king, it cannot be considered as a castle

  24. I know a place where i move 2 pieces in a move..

    Captures and promotions

  25. Not the only time. Bishops position can be exchanged and you can get to eliminate 2 pieces of your opponent if all 4 are lined up and your 2 bishop are on the 1st and 4th square and your opponents piece is on the 2nd and 3rd

  26. Him: whats the only time you can move 2 pieces at ones in a chess game
    Him: its called-
    Me: cheating

  27. I love these prefossinal american video ๐Ÿ˜ญโค

  28. Just to let you know if someone castle's their king might be in a safer position but try that against me your going to be mated for sure under 5 moves. Those who know the trick they know.๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž

  29. You failed to explain that castling is a king-move. I've seen people use the rook to castle.

    Not recommended, as that's not legal.

  30. Also you cant castle with rook that is promoted pawn

  31. Actually, open chek on king moves two pices in one move too, cheking pice, and king

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