A king on c1 with castling rights for white is impossible in ordinary chess. So it is completely pointless to argue whether in that situation castling would be legal or not.Ovyron wrote: ↑Thu Jan 16, 2020 6:25 amYou have repeatedly gotten wrong what I'm claiming.
Now I'm going to claim that you're the only person in the world that considers a King on c1 castling with a rook on h1 a legal chess move. If anybody reading this agrees with you and replies to this message saying that indeed, King on c1 castling with a rook on h1 is a legal chess move, I'll concede and accept that I was wrong and that I don't even know what is a legal move in chess.
If you have a family member that knows chess, and they agree with you that King on c1 castling with a rook on h1 is a legal chess move, or you know someone that knows chess (perhaps in a chess club?) that agrees with you it's legal, I'll also concede.
If at any point, when you ask them, you have to bring up Chess960 to make them agree with you, it doesn't count (we're talking about chess, exclusively.)
Otherwise, you claiming that a King on c1 castling with a Rook on h1 is a legal chess move makes no sense and I'm done with you. Enjoy having the last word.
Here is a question of similar nature: what are the legal moves in ordinary chess of a pawn on A1?