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Position after : Qh4 ,   last edited by   Normajean Yates   (1858)
[2008 October 29]

The fastest possible checkmate in chess.

Logically, but not idiomatically, *one* of the fastest checkmates in chess; because this is only *one* of the four mates on black's second move:

1. f(3/4) e(6/5) 2.g4 Qh4#, and the same with white's two moves transposed i.e. 1.g4 e(6/5) 2.f(3/4) Qh4#; making for 8 shortest mates :)


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