Yes. If the queen moves within one space of the king, the king is technically in check. If no other piece covers the space on which the queen rests, the king may take the queen to resolve the check. A king can only take the queen if the queen is opposite color of the king and the queen is not guarded by another piece.
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The Queen can capture the King but not jump it.
Yes but it's usually more difficult to
Yes , the queen can capture the king and this ends the game since the king's capture is the goal of the game of chess .
The Queen or the Bishop
King on color
The Queen and one Bishop are at the side of the king in a chess game. For the white king, the queen is at his left. For the black king, the queen is at his right.
Yes. Only if the queen moved near the king unguarded.
No. The queen can't be "checked", only the king can be checked.
The Queen would be the most powerful piece in Chess whereas the most important chess piece would be the King .
In chess , once the pieces are set up , at the beginning of the game where they face their counterparts such as king opposite king .
No it is the Queen that goes on its own color.