Brief demonstration of the proper way to castle according to FIDE Rule 3.8a.ii: “castling’. This is a move of the king and either rook of the same colour on the same rank, counting as a single move of the king and executed as follows: the king is transferred from its original square two squares towards the rook, then that rook is transferred to the square the king has just crossed.”
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Does chess allow swapping normal peices aswell? For example swapping my horse for my castle? Or swapping my diagnal for my soldier? Or my queen for any other piece? And if so, can they also be done during the match?
Is that move all in my turn? Or move king two spaces to the right, wait for my opponent to move next, and then on my move, will I then move the rook on the opposite side of my king?
But when I'm playing at chess in google chrome it doesn't let me move tower past king
Wow, after all these years…I never knew queenside castling is a thing. Thanks
@tictactoeya Hi: This is a very old rule. According to "The Oxford Companion to Chess," early variations on castling date back to the 13th century and by the 16th century castling was well established.
does this all count as one move
Nakamura's 2 hands castling gg
Short, sweet and to the point!!
Thank you so much this was so helpful. I was able to kill my sister
Very very helpful any where they go I could counter them
What does jwjwj stand for
the king can move 2 spaces for this? or does this need to be done in 2 moves to get near the rook.
Thanks for keeping the video short and simple
Why the heck did they make such a random and specific move just for these two?
It's like if a shooter had a command where you must jump over an ally at the first control point in order to call an airstrike on the second control point while a helicopter picks you up to carry over to the third one
So only in this move is the king able to move 2 squares?
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The video in it's entirety is purely an explanation of how to Castle properly in tournament chess play. Nothing more, nothing less.
What about casting on the other side?
But The king can only move one
thank you so much for this