Don't take this as scripture, but I found this at:http://chess.liveonthenet.com/chess/beginner/rules/rules.htmlCastling is an important move in chess. It allows a player to quickly move both the King to safety and the Rook to the center for battle. For this reason, wise players carefully guard their ability to castle and usually castle early in the game. Likewise, clever players will attempt to prevent their opponent from castling. When castling the player moves his King two squares toward one of the player's Rooks and moves that Rook to the opposite side of the King. A player may not castle if either the King or the Rook involved have already moved. Also, the King may not castle out of, through, or into check. There must be no pieces between the King and Rook when castling.It doesn't mention anythng about not castling after being in check as long as King and Rook haven't moved...Anyone else???Clones
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