Compiled by Catfriend

What's better than a queen? More queens! So here's a collection of games with vast queen-armies, more or less!

I"ll give you a queen! Why? To get another one!
F Delay vs O Renet, 1988 
(B97) Sicilian, Najdorf, 46 moves, 0-1

Half of the world (or the board) for a queen!
Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, 1922 
(A90) Dutch, 53 moves, 0-1

Pity we can't get more than 18 queens:)
Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1927 
(D52) Queen's Gambit Declined, 66 moves, 0-1

And a shadow appeared on the door.. A queen's one
Fischer vs Petrosian, 1959 
(B11) Caro-Kann, Two Knights, 3...Bg4, 48 moves, 1/2-1/2

Where's the king? Down there, under a lot of queens
Ed. Lasker vs Alekhine, 1913 
(A82) Dutch, Staunton Gambit, 46 moves, 0-1

You have more queens... SO WHAT?!
Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1994 
(E12) Queen's Indian, 72 moves, 0-1

A queen on 17th move!
Larsen vs Spassky, 1970 
(A01) Nimzovich-Larsen Attack, 17 moves, 0-1

Allow him a legion of queens. Just care to be the winner!
Ljubojevic vs Gulko, 1989 
(A10) English, 72 moves, 1-0

A queen? Nah, I don't need that
D Rajkovic vs Z Jeraj, 1989 
(A40) Queen's Pawn Game, 56 moves, 1-0

Sometimes, I don't know why everybody says Q=9-10...
Jasnikowski vs F Borkowski, 1988 
(E73) King's Indian, 41 moves, 1-0

L Hazai vs L Karsa, 1976 
(C65) Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense, 31 moves, 1-0

Giant kings fight with giant queens
Keres vs Alekhine, 1936 
(E33) Nimzo-Indian, Classical, 75 moves, 0-1

Long live the queen!
Boleslavsky vs Kasparian, 1947 
(C71) Ruy Lopez, 89 moves, 1-0

"Antiloryalistic tendentions in society" by Dr.Know-It-All
C Depasquale vs P K Chan, 1986 
(A45) Queen's Pawn Game, 51 moves, 0-1

The two queens embrace the rival monarch
Kasparov vs Csom, 1980 
(E42) Nimzo-Indian, 4.e3 c5, 5.Ne2 (Rubinstein), 29 moves, 1-0

Faking, baking but breath-taking
Alekhine vs NN, 1915 
(C12) French, McCutcheon, 29 moves, 1-0

Hangman and two ladies
Kramnik vs Kasparov, 2001 
(E14) Queen's Indian, 55 moves, 0-1

6 wives
B Belopolsky vs B Kogan, 1984 
(B30) Sicilian, 57 moves, 1-0

Thanks, resignation trap!
Sliwa vs O'Kelly, 1954 
(D30) Queen's Gambit Declined, 60 moves, 1-0

The King defers to the Queens
R Korsunsky vs Kasparov, 1976 
(B92) Sicilian, Najdorf, Opocensky Variation, 76 moves, 1-0

Italian queens
Kasparov vs Lautier, 1994 
(C53) Giuoco Piano, 29 moves, 0-1

Royal dance
Leko vs Kasparov, 2003 
(B90) Sicilian, Najdorf, 87 moves, 1/2-1/2

"Early" departure
Burn vs O Chajes, 1911 
(B24) Sicilian, Closed, 115 moves, 1-0

Yet another time, the extra queen loses
Belov vs Prohorov, 1991 
(E97) King's Indian, 82 moves, 0-1

The Long and Queening Rhode
Rohde vs D Gurevich, 1990 
(A15) English, 52 moves, 1-0

Royal Love Triangle Fork
Caruana vs Negi, 2011 
(B80) Sicilian, Scheveningen, 98 moves, 1-0

A King gets two Queens while schooling a Prince
Nakamura vs Kramnik, 2012 
(C45) Scotch Game, 87 moves, 0-1

Queens En Grand Prix
Topalov vs Caruana, 2013 
(C78) Ruy Lopez, 60 moves, 0-1

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