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KING'S INDIAN DEFENCE
Classical Variation

White developed his king's bishop to K2(e2) to deter a potential KKt pin, and enabled castling.
Black's Pawn to K4(e5) frees his QB and starts an attack on White's centre by challenging White's queen's pawn. B-Alt.
    White  Black	White  Black
 1. P-Q4   Kt-KB3    6.	B-K2   P-K4
 2. P-QB4  P-KKt3
 3. Kt-QB3 B-Kt2
 4. P-K4   P-Q3
 5. Kt-B3  0-0

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When castling always touch the king first
Under FIDE laws of chess, if a player deliberately touches a rook and then his king, he is not allowed to castle on that side on that move but must still move the rook if legally possible.

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WHITE moves Queen's Pawn:

P-Q5 (d5) or PxP (dxe5) ?

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