Castling in Chess is a great rule that allows your #castle to jump your king. This video has covers basics of castling and explains all the rules involved. Basically the king moves two squares to the left or the right and the castle jumps the king all in one move. Watch the video for all the details (by #HowToSolvePuzzles )..
#Chess has been around since the middle ages. It is a great game that requires a lot of skill and patience. Both your skills and patience can improve over time, with practice and watching tutorials on you-tube.
My friend said its not a valid move because his father doesn't know how to castle so its not a valid move
Thanks for showing the castel move
I beat a prison champion. True story. I beat him in record time. He threw the board and pieces on the ground and left. Damn neighbors let him live there for a short time
Crikey m8, this guy is supposed to be wrestling alligators not playing chess!
0:35 you can' move your king 2 in one move 🤦♂️🤦♂️
Opponent Once the check to king .. then after using this castling or not..
such small pieces
I can't understand your voice???🤨
Aaaaaaand that's interesting!!
If the king is in check can we di castle?
You spoke so simply and nicely
Thats the real sprit of a youtuber 🩸❣️
Great video and well explained 🙂 Thanks a lot, you have gained a like on the video and a subscriber 😃👍🏽
this helped me so much i wonn the tornament
When in check and you use one piece to get out of check and then the opponent retreats, can you still castle?
Can you castle if you haven't moved the King one bit and you have been checked before?
I never knew you could castle to the left
What if you moved your king before, but put it back where it was originally? Can you castle then or your king can never have been moved at all?
"Aeaeeararreaanndd" at 1:14 to 1:15, I can tell you is the most Australian sound you'll ever hear.
Why does rook get to jump king if the knight is supposed to be only piece that can jump pieces? I’m new at chess obviously but can you explain why? Is it because Castling is a special circumstance? Thanks
THE KING CAN ONLY MOVE 1 SPACE PER TURN
No friend ever believes you when you do this btw… 😆 I guarantee that the first time you castle they are like wtf bro?!
is castling a protective move?
Thank you! Clear and simple explanation! Great tutorial.
I like inter national chess
What is the Castle rock chess move?
Cute chess board! So tiny!!
I did not know you can't castle to get out of check thanks for that
Nice and simple… I hate all extra bullshit…
This guy has the most distinct sounding and sound…. “eeeeeenn”
i learned from a very old spanish man when i was in grade school that the night does not move in an L shape, and that is what i learned, he taught us all in chess class that the knight first move is alway diagonal then two up or diagonal and two over never a perfect L. so that is the way I play no matter what anyone says, if they don't like it too bad for them, dont play with me. yes chess class, i want to a private catholic school with expensive tuition. we did all sorts of things.
What other benefits are there from doing this other than protecting king a little better? Or is that the whole point?
Good grief the piece is a rook, not a castle!
Thanks for that! I'm a newcomer to chess so videos like this are gold!
my dad thought me this technique
So this castling can be done by moving the king only two steps either left or right? And not more that two steps?
For some reason, I trust someone with a British accent to teach me the rules of chess over any other nationality.
In chess we have a rule called touch move, so which is the first piece you should touch if you are castling?
I had a magnetic travel set just like that one in the early eighties..backgammon board on the reverse.. Wow..blast from the past.
Can we do castling during check by opponent team.?
Can we if the the King and Rook and horizontal position ?
In this way
So even when the king or castles are returned to their original position, you cannot use those pieces to castle because they've been moved once before, correct?
That is ridiculous
Nah bruh, how'd the Bishops get out? 🧐
Hate his talking