Two queens?

witherd1

Well thank you all for enlightening me.  I am far from good enough to play in tournaments, but never played that rule with my father or brother.  Good to know now.

blueemu

In Bogoljubov vs Alekhine, Hastings 1922, Alekhine sacrificed his Queen and both Rooks, promoted a Pawn to a (second) Queen and sacrificed it, promoted another Pawn to a (third) Queen and sacrificed it, and was advancing a Pawn to become a (fourth) Queen when Bogo resigned.

Efim Bogoljubov vs Alexander Alekhine (1922) Sacrificing the Queens (chessgames.com)