How Does Castling In Chess Work?

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  1. 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

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

  3. I love these prefossinal american video 😭❤

  4. 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.😎😎

  5. 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.

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

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

  8. you forgot that both the rook and king must be on the same rank in some custom positions you could caslte vertically so they changed the rules so they have to be on the same rank

  9. Promote the E pawn to a rook, you can now castle.

  10. And there also cannot be any pieces obstructing it (this applies more to a long castle, where even the square that the king and took leave empty cannot have a piece on it)

  11. Is there anything that dictates a short vs. long castle, or is it player’s preference?

  12. Rule 4 : Pieces can't be between king and rook if you wanna castle

  13. Additional rules he forgot:

    No pieces in between the rook and king

    Both pieces must be on the same rank

  14. If you take a peace you go to that square and they go of the board moving 2 pieces

  15. 3 rules? I think it's 5 rules. You forgot the 2 rules which is there must no pieces that blocking between your king and rook and the next one is the square which will the king will pass must not be under attack.

  16. I dont know why you cant even castle out of check tho 😭😭😭😭

  17. And your rook can not be under attack you forgot that

  18. Can we castle while giving check to opponent's king?

  19. to be more specific, castling is moving the king 2 spaces in the direction of the rook, and the rook to the space across from the king.
    there's also one more very nuance rule: the king and rook must be on the same rank. this is to counter the fact that pieces promoted from pawns are considered new pieces and have not moved, therefore you could castle with a promoted rook from the top of the board. this has never been played in any games but was a crucial component in a mate-in-two puzzle that resulted in the addition of the rule

  20. Capturing moves 2 pieces
    If your me
    You blunder a queen
    Attack 2 rooks
    And lose a bishop
    In 1 move
    My opponent took my bishop losing my queen this was 30Min 900

  21. Il vaticano is another Way of moving 2 pieces I requires the 2 bishop to swap Places and Capture the 2 pawns It is Next to But Il vaticano can not be diagonal

  22. If you think that's cool, google "en passant" 😏

  23. I notic that in Castling the king move throug the rook

    Whicth is count as moveing throug pices

  24. Can we castle while getting checkmate from one side and if we castle than rook while face the opponent queen

  25. How is safer when its so fucking easy to get checkmated in this position.

  26. Whenever you move and capture opponent piece you move it off the board that means two pieces moved.

  27. Who else just castles to get their rook out faster when that spots under attack so you can’t have it push the pawn

  28. Important tip: In-castling, king goes first, not the rook. If you move the rook first, you have to move it, you cannot castle. It's because of touch-move rule.

  29. I made it a part of my strategy since I was 11

  30. But the rook can castle through check 😎

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