How Chess Stones Go to the Castle
Chess has a total of 4 castles, including 2 black and 2 white. Castles are given to each player in two pieces. The castles are placed in corners on the chessboard, i.e. the corner squares on the right and left. Now let’s look at the details of how the castle goes.
The castle can go as straight as they want, unless there is a stone back and forth or right in front of it. Castles can never move cross. They can’t go in directions marked with red arrows on the visual. If a stone emerges from its own color in front of it on the way to the castle’s motion, it goes all the way to the empty square in front of it and stays there. If a competitor gets in front of a stone, the opponent eats the stone and settles in the square of the opposing stone.
In chess, each stone has a star based on its severity and strength. The more stars a stone has, the more important and powerful it is. The number of stars has no direct impact on the game. But the number of stars is important for the player to know how valuable that stone is. The castle has five stars. You can use the “Guide Card” specially prepared for the castle by getting printoutfrom the printer.
You can also watch this lesson as a video if you want. Our next lesson is the only stone horse with the ability to jump over every stone through the chess stones.