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There is no such piece as a double queen.

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In chess can you have more than one queen?

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Chess if a pawn gets to the end of the chess board get you get a new queen if you already have one?

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Can the queen move anywhere on the board in chess?

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How many kings take part in a chess game?

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Which chess piece can move only one square at a time in any direction?

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Can you reclaim another queen with a pawn in chess if you queeen is still in place.?

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