What’s the least moves possible to win a chess game?

Question by Peter Philhower: What’s the least moves possible to win a chess game?
How many moves is it possible to win a chess game.

Best answer:

Answer by non_cre8tive.name
Two moves. It’s called the Fool’s Mate.

Fool’s mate, also known as the “two-move checkmate,” is the quickest possible checkmate in the game of chess. One example consists of the moves:

1. f3 e5
2. g4 Qh4#

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5 comments to What’s the least moves possible to win a chess game?

  • Coach Woody  says:

    By force – four moves (The Scholar’s Mate, where the opponent simply misses your idea, and you smash the weak spot).
    By “oops” – two moves (The Fool’s Mate, where the opponent actually helps you for a move by opening the weakest avenue to his King).

  • Mark  says:

    1) P-f3….P-e6
    2) P-g4…Q-h4 (mate)

    while this is technically possible, it’s not realistic

  • Garde  says:

    Two moves;

    1. f3 e5
    2. g4 Qh4#

    This is very unlikely to happen in a game.
    The second least moves possible is the famous ’4 move checkmate’ or also known as ‘Scholar’s Mate’

    1. e4 e5
    2. Bc4 Nc6
    3. Qh5 Nf6
    4. Qxf7#

  • Mike Hawk  says:

    One move… Q… RAMPAGE!!!!!!!!!!!

  • El Conquistador  says:

    Two is fool’s mate, 4 is scholar’s mate. And the guy that said about the queen rampage is an idiot.

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