I have never seen someone win a game of chess within two moves only, but I have seen someone win a game of chess with three moves only. First, it depends on the moves that you make. However, it also depends upon the moves that your opponent makes. Therefore, it may not work all of the time because you have to rely on what your opponent does.
One way to do this involves your pawns and your queen. To do this, move your pawn to e4 space. This should be your king’s pawn which is the pawn that is in front of your king which leaves your king vulnerable. Then get ahold of your opponents’ pawn. This pawn is at f5. Finally, move your queen to h5.