You can have two queens. You could get the second queen if one of your pawns makes it all the way across the board.
The most number of queens a person can have in a game of chess is two.
At the beginning of a chess game there will be two players playing with a total of sixteen chessmen each per opponent . There will be an overall total of thirty-two chess pieces . There will be two kings , two queens , four rooks , four bishops , four knights and sixteen pawns .
To have two , or more , queens would require that you advance a pawn to the last rank where you may then promote the pawn to a queen or any other chess piece other than a king .
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.
While most "Gods"- Luck etc- are radom, hence the comparison to dice, Fate plans carefully and is in control- like playing chess. Furthermore, if a chess player has two queens then they will be impossible to beat- so you can't escape fate
In Xiangqi , 'The Game of Elephants' , both the Chariot and the Rook move equally , vertically and horizontally , and start at the same corners . The two have remarkably similar properties .
Chess is a game designed for two players .
Chess player is written as two words.