A pawn that has advanced and been promoted can become any piece the player choses. And that piece goes on the square that the pawn advanced to to be promoted. When the pawn is moved to the eighth rank, that pawn is displaced by the chosen piece. It goes right there. Note that the player who promotes a pawn can pick either a queen, rook, bishop or night. Period. If that means the player promoting a pawn is now playing with two or more queens, or three (or more) rooks, bishops, or nights, so be it. What the player wants, the player gets.
The only way to recover a piece that was taken is to advance your pawn from its start point to the end of the board on the opposite side (where your opponent starts). Once your pawn reaches the last row, you are able to trade your pawn for another piece, such as a queen or bishop.
The pawn , upon reaching the other side , may then be promoted to any chess piece other than the King .
When a pawn reaches the other side of the board it can be exchanged for any other piece except a king. The choice is not limited to pieces that have been captured. This means that a person can get another queen for every pawn that reaches the other side and have several queens at the same time.
The pawn may be promoted to any chess piece except the King .
If one of your pawns reaches your opponent's piece's row, you can choose to promote your pawn into a queen (or another piece such as a rook, etc). You can have more than one promoted piece, two or more queens, etc.
When a pawn reaches the other side of the board, you may choose to promote it to any piece, other than a king or a pawn. When a pawn is promoted, the new piece is located at the square it was moved to. (e.g. if you move to e7e8 then the new piece will be located at e8)
This is called pawn promotion. When the pawn reaches the other side, it can promote to any other piece except pawn or king. Many players opt to promote their pawn to a queen, as it is the most powerful piece on the board (after the king, of course). However, this isn't always the best strategy; sometimes, a chess game can be won much faster and easier if the pawn promotes to a, say, knight. It's wise to consider what you're going to do with that promoted piece before you decide what to promote it to.
The pawn , which can be promoted to any other chess piece besides the King , when promoted will still occupy the same square .
There is only one kind of transformation in chess; when a pawn reaches the other side of the board, it can turn into any piece (excluding king and pawn).
The replacement piece , or the newly promoted chessman , is placed upon the square where the pawn reached the end of the board . ~ Look to the related link below for additional information regarding promotion .
The Knight , unlike a pawn , remains the same whereas a Pawn can be promoted to any piece other than the King upon reaching the last rank .