RULE 5: LONG CASTLING.
( IWU NKE ISE: OGOLOGO OGE NKEDO. )
Long Castling is one of the Chess rules, and here is the process.
( Ogologo nkedo bụ otu n’ime iwu Chess, ma nke a bụ usoro ya. )
In this instance, we are going to be using the White King as a practical example.
( N’ihe atụ a, anyị ga-eji Eze Ọcha dị ka ihe atụ bara uru. )
And here is it; …at this critical point, the White King needs to run into safety in order to be protected against the incoming confrontation from the Black Knight at B4.
( Ma lee ya; …n’oge a dị oke egwu, Eze Ọcha kwesịrị ịgbaba na nchekwa ka e wee chebe ya pụọ n’ọgụ na-abịa site na Dike ojii na B4. )
Note: For long Castling, the White King at E1 moves to C1, relatively, the Rook at A1 moves to D1.
( Mara: Maka ogologo oge nkedo, Eze ọcha na E1 na-aga C1, dịtụ, Ulo Eze na A1 na-aga D1. )
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