Multiple Queens Allowed

Yes, multiple Queens are allowed in chess. You can get two or more Queens via pawn promotion. Each of your pawns can become a Queen once it gets to the other end of the board. In theory, each player could get 9 queens on the board.

The same applies to underpromotion. You can get any number of any of your pieces. Except Kings, you can only ever have one King!

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