The Queen is the other chess piece with the highest worth, and this value is entirely based on the Queen’s adaptability and strength.
A pawn can be promoted to a Rook, Bishop, Knight, or Queen by moving it to the opponent’s end of the board during a game of chess. Each player starts the game with one Queen.
Chess players typically focus on protecting their Queen while also giving her opportunities to make strong and constrictive moves.
The Queen can move across the board in any direction for any number of open squares, same to how a Rook can move across it in any way. The Queen, however, is unable to examine any further pieces, unlike the Knight.
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Moreover, the Queen has the same ability to travel diagonally across the board that a Bishop does. This has the exact same restrictions as a Bishop and is only constrained by the quantity of squares on the board or obstructions from other pieces.
A Queen may move forward, backward, right, left, and diagonally on an open board in any combination of forward, backward, and left, or right. As a result, the queen is the game’s strongest and most flexible component.