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Castling in Chess

How to Castle Whether on the king side or the queen side the king moves 2 squares towards the...

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  • Castling in Chess

    Matthew Brown Chess Teacher (North West London) Picture How to Castle Whether on the king side or the queen side the king moves 2 squares towards the rook then the rook jumps over the king and goes on the square right next to the king. Castling King side (0-0) and castling queen side (0-0-0). When is Castling permissible? All of the following...

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