Yes, in chess this move is possible just as long nothing is protecting (infront,side) of the black rook.
A rook can go horizontal and vertical,but,when it is attacking anoth peice it can move diagonally.
The Elephant is a piece used in Seirawan chess. It can move like a knight and a rook.
This is called "castling".
The rook can move 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 squares right or left or up and down the board.Not quite. A rook can never move eight squares. If the rook begins at one end of a rank or file a move of seven squares will take it to the other end.
the rook, which is another name for a castle in chess
Kings can move one space in ANY directionIf neither the king nor a selected rook has moved yet during the game then...you MAY move the king two spaces towards the selected rook and then move the rook one space to the opposite side of the rook
forward digitally but in any direction (fowards and backwards) but it does not move like a "Rook" in chess.
move the king where you want it to go, and the rook should move automatically.
Until a pawn is promoted to a queen, rook, bishop or knight, it cannot move backwards.
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.
Another name for a rook is a castle.