It's called a castle.
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The rook is sometimes called a "castle", because it looks like one, but that's not its proper name.In dutch you call it "toren" which translates as tower.
"Castle". (Castle also means a special move, notated 0-0-0 [Queenside] or 0-0[Kingside])
A castle, tower, marquess, rector, or come. However, it is almost always called the rook.
Another name for a rook is a castle.
the rook, which is another name for a castle in chess
The "rook". A rook is the name of a Eurasian bird of the crow family. A rook is also the chess piece that resembles a tower of a castle.
The piece that looks like a "castle" is called a "rook".
Do you mean the Rook?
The chess piece sharing the name of that bird is the rook.
This is more a riddle or a joke than an actual chess question. The answer is "rook," which is a type of bird. A rook is also a chess piece, although the word rook comes from the Persian rukh which meant a heavily fortified chariot.
when you say corner chess piece, do u mean the piece tht starts in the four corners of the chess board, if so then that is called a rook.