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Tahuna - North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Submitted by gpz_kaskus on October 11, 2011 at 2:13 AM.
we all know that castling on chess are two types. 1st on king side (O-O)
and 2nd castling on queen side(O-O-O)
but i found new castling on chess 960.
see 6th moves.. is that fair or an error?
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