You can have two queens. You could get the second queen if one of your pawns makes it all the way across the board.
No. There is no such rule, nothing happens if a king reaches the opposite end of the board.
That would be the Knight .
There is no additional benefit to a King moving completely across the board. You can only receive a replacement piece when a pawn makes it completely across. Your pawn leaves the board and you can replace it, on the same spot, with any other piece you wish.
The Queen has the omnipotence to incorporate the moves of every chess piece except the Knight and is second only to the King in prestige and power. This makes her the most powerful piece on the board.
There are 64 squares 2 knights 2 bishops 2 rooks 1 queen 1 king makes 8 pieces along the back row (pawns go across the front, 1 in front of each piece) 8x8=64 squares on a square board.
It is said to be a combination of spiritual energy and the spirit using your body to move the planchette 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!
You can cheat in chess by installing a good chess game in PC. Then make the move opponent makes in the chess game installed in the PC. Then see what move computer makes and do it in the online game.
You can cheat in chess by installing a good chess game in PC. Then make the move oppnent makes in the chess game installed in the PC. Then see what move computer makes and do it in the online game.
Marble makes beautiful chess pieces.