No. There are many ways to win a Chess game; checkmate, resignation, disqualification, and if the game is timed, you can win by your opponent's clock reaching zero.
It is called the Scholar's Mate also known as four move check mate
It is impossible but funny we can do check mate by moving one step
The wins in a game that are made by 3 checks are mate in 3. A player does not win simply by putting the opponent in check a specific number of times.
You have to move your player so that your partners KING isin a place where you can capture it. This is called CHECK MATE. If the the other player is unable to protect its king by the time it is your turn, you win!!!
The 'Fool's mate' is the fastest way to get a checkmate in chess.
Game in 2 is the quicket way to win a game of chess. The best example is: 1.f3,e5 2.g4, Qh4# This is also called Fool's Mate.
'Fool's Mate' ; '''1.''' f3 e5 '''2.''' g4 Qh4#
The objective of chess is to take the king to win the game(war).
To win a game of chess, you must CheckMate your opponent's King. This means you must get to a position in which you are attacking his King (putting him in check) and the King can not escape. --CM
Nothing happens. You still win. It is checkmate because their king is in check and they are out of moves to protect the king or move it out of check. Actually saying it is virtually the equivalent of saying "I win"
"Fool's Mate : 1. f3 e5 2. g4 Qh4#