10 Best “Multi-Queen” Chess Games

Yury Markushin
Category: Opening Theory

Queen is by far the strongest chess piece. Losing a queen on any level typically means losing a game. But what if you have not one, but two queens? Does it mean that you are actually winning the game? You would think so, but ironically in some games having more than a single queen is not a guarantee of success. Today we will take a look at some examples from grandmaster chess, when one or both sides have more than a single queen on the board.

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Updated 04.05.2023