Originally posted by DeepThought
Well, most of the more violent attacks against the Sicilian defence involve white castling queenside. The problem is that you can't guarentee that your opponent is going to play 1. ... c5.
In general the problem with queenside castling is that you have to move the queen before you can castle, so it takes you longer to get your king to safety, and the ...[text shortened]... e opening as what you do is going to some extent be determined by what your opponent is up to.
Yes i realized that queenside castling is a little bit trickyer and more risky but i just want to give it a try a little more often.
As for flowing with my oponents i try to do it and i think that my games only have in commom that first five maximum. And i think that's a good thing because i don't want to become rigid but on the other side i want to learn some theory to and some strong lines rather that depending on instinct most of the time.
And thanks for the advices.