Castling is a very common opening strategy in chess. It normally brings safety to the king and improves the activity of the rook as it gets closer to the center.
However, in some cases castling can be bad or unnecessary. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to analyze a position in order to decide exactly what to do with your king.
If you want to know more about castling and more advanced ideas in the opening, such as choosing which side to castle or the best way to develop your pieces, check my check my course ‘Chess Openings – Essentials Training Course’:
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