There literally is an infinite number of moves possible.
It's possible to win a chess game with any set or number of pieces
The maximum number of moves that can occur during a single chess game is 6350. This is because only 50 moves are allowed without a piece being captured, or a pawn being advanced before the game is avowed as a draw. So, if there are 16 pawns that have six moves each before they are promoted, then 16 x 6 makes 96 possible moves by the pawns alone. In addition to that, there are 30 pieces that can be captured during the game. So the maximum number of moves fulfilling the conditions of the rule is 126. Assuming that these moves happen as infrequently as is possible, there are at most 126 x 50 + 50 = 6350 moves in a game of Chess.
The shortest number of possible moves to a checkmate is two moves. This is called fool's mate, though it rarely naturally occurs.
There's an infinite number of moves. Although there's a limited number of moves a play can make at the start of the game (There are only 10 possible choices for each player's first move) - each move generates numerous subsequent possibilities.
millions and billions of possibilities there are 18 possible moves at the very start of the game!
0 moves. (1.White resignes)
There is no limit to the number of moves a King can make in chess; however the King can move only one square at a time.
There are 20 possible moves for your first move.
Chess is a game that computers are particularly good at. They can compute a huge number of moves and possible moves in the blink of an eye. Computers have to be artificially limited in order to allow humans to compete with them. The best way to improve your game is to play as creatively as possible as this can confound the rigid logic of computer play.
The white side moves first.
The best place to learn chess moves would be only at the Chess website. It shows many different techniques for winning at a chess game and can prove useful.