The queen can be on any of the 64 tiles one a chess board. That is to say that by moving diagonally or laterally there is no place on the board that the queen can't get to given enough moves.
When your pawn reaches the end of the board
You can choose what piece you would like back. Most people choose their queen.
Get one of your pawns to the other side of the board
Other than the King , the Queen is the most powerful chess piece upon the board at nine points and in terms of movement .
If one of your pawns reaches the other end of the board you may trade that pawn for any chess piece you have lost.
The White Queen is placed upon the D1 white square whereas the Black Queen is placed at the D8 black square . The correct orientation, as per the chess rules, is with a black square on your left side as facing the chess board. One of the more common mistakes in setting up the chess board is reversing the king and queen chess pieces. Remember, as per the chess rules, the queen is always on her own color while the king is always on the opposite color . You can look to the link below for further information regarding the Queen in chess .
You could place the White Queen at A1 and the Black Queen at G8, they would not intersect with each other, there are many other valid positions too.
While the king is the single most important chess piece , the queen is the most powerful and thus the strongest piece because of her power to move about the chess-board in strength .
In most sets it is the king but in some it is the queen.
It is simple, chess board with pawn, rock, bishop, horse, queen, and king and of course a referee.