How to Play Chess: Castling, En Passant, and Stalemate Explained

In this video, I provide a comprehensive guide to the basic rules of chess. I explain the concept of castling, a move that allows the king to escape danger and the rook to get into the game quickly. I also cover the tricky maneuver called en passant, where a pawn captures an opposing pawn that has advanced two squares from its starting position. Finally, I delve into the concept of stalemate, a position in the game where the player whose turn it is to move is not in check but has no legal move to make.


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