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Yes , once a pawn is promoted to Queen the player can use both equally but only one move at a time .

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Can you have two queens in chess?

You can have two queens. You could get the second queen if one of your pawns makes it all the way across the board.

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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 .

What is the maximum number of queen a player can have in a game?

The most number of queens a person can have in a game of chess is two.

Who is the Queen of Chess in Alice in Wonderland?

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.

What is the meaning of Most gods throw dice but Fate plays chess and you don't find out til too late that he's been playing with two Queens all along?

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

How many ways can 8 queens can be placed on a chess board so that no two attack each other?

12 ways

How to double the queen in chess?

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 .

What relationship does the Chinese chess piece chariot with European chess?

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How many chess moves without capture for a stalemate when you have a king and the other player has two queens and a king?

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How many queens can you have in chess when you have the pawns go across the board?

At the beginning of a chess game, each side (or color) has one queen. However, each pawn that makes it to the opposite end of the board may be 'promoted' to a queen. If every pawn promotes to a queen, then a player could have a maximum of 9 queens (the one they started with plus the eight promoted pawns). This is highly unlikely since it is very difficult for a pawn to safely make it to the other end of the board. Plus one or two queens is all that a player should need to put his or her opponent in checkmate!

In chess made the first move?

In standard chess, with white/black pieces, white makes the first move. He may move any of his pawns forward one or two squares, or move his knights to the either of the two squares each can reach. For chess with differently coloured pieces, or novelty pieces, there isn't quite as easy a rule. Generally you would set the board up as normal with the queens opposite. Once this is done, whoever has the pieces with the queen on their left would move first.

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In music name the people behind the chess records?

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Chess player is written as two words.

What are two documents that England used to limit the power of its kings and queens?

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Females are called pussycat, or more correctly, queens.

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Did the Victorians play chess?

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