2 Move Checkmate is an easy chess strategy, which is used to checkmate opponent in 2 moves.
This Checkmate strategy is only a conditional checkmate strategy, which you can only use when that situation arises.
but if you have knowledge about this checkmate strategy then you will not miss the opportunity arises during the chess game.
2 Moves Checkmate-Easy step by step guide.
Assume that you have black pieces.
1 step- Opponent move his pawn to f4.
First of all, the opponent should move Pawn to f4 then only this checkmate strategy can take place.
2-You move Your Pawn To E5.
You have to move your pawn to E5.
3- Opponent move his pawn to G4.
the opponent must move his pawn to G4, and hence in the next move, your opponent gets checkmate.
4- You move your Queen to H4 and checkmate.
Finally, you have to move your queen to H4 and the opponent gets checkmate. Hence you can see that the opponent gets checkmate in 2 moves.
This Checkmate can also be done with white pieces, but then it will consider as 3 moves checkmate with white pieces because 3 moves are required to full-fill this checkmate strategy with.
2 Move Checkmate With White Pieces.
1- Move your pawn to E4.
You have to move your pawn to E4 or E3,
2- Opponent moves pawn to f5.
Opponent moves his pawn to F5, This happens very conditionally but this situation also arises sometimes in a chess game.
3- you move your knight.
You must move those pieces which must not disturb, your strategy, you can move any piece. That piece also not comes between the path of the queen.to full-fill this strategy.
4- Opponent moves G5.
The opponent must move his pawn to G5 and in the next step, you can checkmate him.
5- Opponent Gets Checkmate.
Now you have to move your queen to H5 and the opponent gets checkmate.
Conclusion About 2 Moves Checkmate.
I hope that you have understood,how to checkmate in 2 moves.
I Also said above this checkmate is only a conditional checkmate, this situation will only arise sometime in a game, so don’t the loss that chance.
If you have any doubt, be free to ask in comments.
If you have any confusion regarding what is this E4, E3, G4, and this stuff, take a look in the image below.