How many wireless connections

I have a BEFW11S4 router. I have all 4 wired slots filled and I can connect to the router in addition to the wired connections. I am running a cable modem into the router. Thank you

Yes. 10 and more computers can connect wireless to the router at the same time. I very much doubt though that you LAN party will be a success if you want to do some serious gaming.
The router is a 802.11g router. Theoretical maximum speed 54 Mbit/s. In reality, with a single computer, you are probably good if you get have of it. 10 computers means a lot of traffic. A lot of traffic means a lot of interference because 802.11g works on best effort principle: the wireless cards will listen if something else is sending. If not, they send. If they notice during transmission that there is another transmission starting at the same time, they stop and try again at a random interval later. With one computer there is no problem. Two should be O.K. Three it will go down if you do some streaming or similar. 10. It depends on the traffic patterns but you will most likely end up with huge lags and a lot of packet loss.
Plus you may have interference with the routers of your neighbors, cordless phones, microwaves, etc. I suppose it can be annoying if each time your neighbor turns on the microwave or gets on his cordless phone your game would come to a halt.
It is best to try it but I seriously doubt you will any game going properly. I would recommend to have at least a 8 port ethernet switch and 10 ethernet cables prepared. Better would be a 16 port Gigabit switch if you have a lot of people with gigabit interfaces.

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