Most simultaneous blindfolded chess games (total games)
Timur Gareyev
48 total number
United States (Las Vegas)

The most simultaneous blindfolded chess games (total games) is 48, achieved by Timur Gareyev (Uzbekistan) at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, on 3–4 December 2016.

The simultaneous match lasted for 19 hours 9 minutes (including a half-hour interruption caused by a fire alarm) and ended with Gareyev – who rode an exercise bicycle throughout – winning 35 games, drawing seven and losing six for a win percentage of 80.2%. Gareyev eclipsed the mark of 46, achieved by German Master Marc Lang in Sontheim-an-der-Brenze, Germany, on 27 November 2011.