Castling After Check
An enemy check must be met by one of these three options:
- Moving your King
- Capturing the Enemy Piece
- Blocking the Check with a Piece
However, note that a single check does not permanently end your right to castle. Only actually moving your King will lose your castling right for the whole game. So if you block a check, or capture the enemy checking piece, then your King still has the right to castle and can castle later in the game (provided its not in check again!).
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