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Can you 2 move checkmate in chess?

Updated: 10/5/2023

Wiki User

12y ago

Yes, it is known as the fool's mate. If you want to peform it you must be extremely lucky! (Note that only white can be checkmated.) You would have to be black to win!

1. If white moves the pawn on f2 up 1 or 2 spaces, it's going well.

2. Then you move the pawn on e7 up 1 or 2 spaces.

3. Hopefully white moves the pawn on g2 up 2 spaces, then it'll be mate next move!

4. The only piece that can attack the king now is your queen, so move it to h4 and it's checkmate!

Wiki User

12y ago

Wiki User

12y ago

Yes.

1. g4 e5

2. f4 Qh4#

Wiki User

12y ago

No

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