Sunday, August 17, 2008


Logical Chess
The advantage of castling is that the king is safer in the corner, where he is sheltered by three pawns and a stalwart knight, than in the center of the board, while the rook is brought toward the center files in the most convenient way possible.

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Nothing is more important than safeguarding your king by castling early, within the first dozen moves, if possible.

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So, castling is a multi-purpose move, aiding in the development of a strong piece and protecting the king.

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