The most number of queens a person can have in a game of chess is two.
A chess game.
Theoretically, you could have nine queens, if you managed to promote every pawn. This could not possibly happen during a real chess game.
The arbiter controls the chess game in tournaments.
Yes , at the start of the game , the Queens are placed upon their respective colours .
A fully set up chess board has, 2 Kings, 2 Queens, 4 Rooks, 4 Knights, 4 Bishops, and, 16 Pawns.
There are two chess queens at the outset of Lewis Carroll's book Through the Looking Glass (as there are in the game of chess.) They are the Red Queen and the White Queen. Alice is allowed to play the game as a pawn, but by the end of the book, she too is a queen.
I assume you mean the game of chess. The player starts out with one queen; the only way to get additional queens is to promote pawns - convert pawns into queens by taking them to the far end of the board (row 8 for white, row 1 for black). Since there are eight pawns that can be converted to queens, that makes a theoretical maximum of 9 queens, assuming standard chess rules are followed.
the person playing as white moves a piece.
32 Or 26, if you discount the 4 rooks (castles) and 2 Queens as "men"
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