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  • Castling in chess

    In chess, there are two types of castling, the so-called big and small castling. King moves two squares to the right or left, depending on the type of castling, and then rook ​jump over the king. This is a very useful move in chess because it is better to king is on the side of a chessboard than in the middle. I always prefer to play castling during a chess game, especially small castling.

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  • #2
    This is a very important move. It's done all the time by the top players. A good one for beginners to know.

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    • #3
      I think I did that move maybe just twice or thrice. Just when I think it will be really needed as I concentrate more in the movements of the other pieces. I am not that good in playing chess though.

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      • #4
        That is a move I barely do or remember to do when playing chess.

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