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Rules of Chess FAQ. Frequently asked chess questions.[All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
John Lawson wrote on 2013-05-17 UTC
No, castling can only be done with the rook.  The king is moved two spaces toward the rook, and the rook is then placed on the other side of the king.  There are other limitations as well, all detailed in the rules.