RULE 4: SHORT CASTLING.
( IWU NKE ANO: MKPUTA NKEDO )
One of the most frequently used Chess rules is Short castling, and here is a practical example;
( Otu n’ime iwu Chess a na-ejikarị bụ Obere nkedo, ma ebe a bụ ọmụmaatụ bara uru; )
as you can see in this illustration, the King has just castled, that is, he ran into his safe house to seek maximum safety from his opponent’s attacks/confrontations.
( dị ka ị na-ahụ n’ihe atụ a, Eze ka wụbagoro, ya bụ, ọ gbabara n’ụlọ nchekwa ya ka ọ chọọ nchekwa kacha mma site na mbuso agha/ọgụ nke ndị iro ya. )
Note: For Short Castling, the white King at E1 moves to G1, relatively, the Rook at H1 moves to F1.
( Mara: Maka obere nkedo, Eze ọcha na E1 na-aga G1, dịtụ, Ulo Eze na H1 na-aga F1. )
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