Castling

  • #1

    How would I castle in the following position given that neither the king has not moved. 

  • #2

    You can't.

  • #3

    black k. has moved and white lacks a rook    .....u cannot castle. White has one move---tip the king over !                     

  • #4

    IIRC, click the king, then the rook.

  • #5

    Omg at the above comments. Just bring the rook over the King to f1.

    King stays put. It's kingside castling.

    Edit, yes, I realised white's king has moved. The white king should've started at g8. Iirc in chess960 both balck and white have to mirror each other across the board.

  • #6

    The two above me didn't realize it was 960. The white king is there only because the diagram couldn't be created without it.

  • #7
    Sunshiny wrote:

    The two above me didn't realize it was 960. The white king is there only because the diagram couldn't be created without it.

    nice one

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