|Nov-07-04|| ||capablancakarpov: Chess record.Most Queens simultaneously at the board.5 Queens at the board after 47...e1=Q. See too:|
Belov vs Prohorov, 1991
|Dec-28-05|| ||Whitehat1963: Wild finish with five queens on the board at the same time!|
|Dec-28-05|| ||WannaBe: Queens gone wild, buy your DVD now for only 19.99 with hours of bonus features.|
|Dec-28-05|| ||Whitehat1963: Now that's funny!|
|Dec-28-05|| ||syracrophy: Cool! The three black pawns looked funny together and promoting two queens!|
|Feb-20-08|| ||D.Observer: An endgame of ♕♕ vs ♕♕♕?|
|Jan-10-09|| ||WhiteRook48: wow, 5 queens.|
|Feb-01-09|| ||GrahamClayton: I wonder if neighbouring chess sets had to be raided to find the extra Queens?|
|Aug-28-10|| ||hstevens129: This game holds the record for most half-moves with 5 queens on the board (9). In Belov - Prohorov, 1991, the 5 queens stay for 3 half-moves; and in Brumen - Jurkovic, 2000, the queens stay for 5 half-moves.|
|Oct-03-10|| ||eightbyeight: White, down three queens to two queens, desperately sacrifices a rook for perpetual check, and this fails because... Black can block the checks with his three queens. The irony is sickening.|
|Oct-11-10|| ||Kinghunt: This game is just ridiculous. 5 queens?|
|Nov-03-10|| ||kevin86: This game is unique-in that it finishes with five queens on the board.|
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