Do NOT Castle in These 6 Situations
Tactics & Calculation

6 Situations When Castling in Chess is WRONG

6 Situations When Castling in Chess is WRONG

You’re probably aware of one of the basic chess opening principles that you’ve to castle your king as early as possible. While it is correct, generally speaking, there are 6 most common situations/positions where you should NOT castle. In fact, castling in such positions is a huge blunder or a bad mistake.

Even one of the best chess players in the world, Magnus Carlsen, blundered a checkmating trick by castling. From this video lesson, you’ll learn the strategic and tactical reasons behind why you should not castle in these positions.

Below, you can find the examples shown in the video:

I hope you enjoy reading this blog post.

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