# 1000 Mates in 1!

• 2 years ago · Quote · #281

Post possible solutions below !

• 2 years ago · Quote · #282

Going back to #315: I see (not only) Qa3# (but also d8=Q# or Qg5#)

Whereas with #325: I see only mates in two...

Edit: Thanks LoekBergman, good points. Consequently readers, do not read my (errata).

• 2 years ago · Quote · #283
funksteph wrote:

Going back to #315: I see not only Qa3# but also d8=Q# or Qg5#

Whereas with #325: I see only mates in two...

Qg5 is met by Qxcg5 and the pawn can not move as it is pinned.

• 2 years ago · Quote · #284
LoekBergman wrote:
funksteph wrote:

Going back to #315: I see not only Qa3# but also d8=Q# or Qg5#

Whereas with #325: I see only mates in two...

Qg5 is met by Qxcg5 and the pawn can not move as it is pinned.

You are right(both you and funksteph) I've put the rook in the wrong position ! lol

The correct one is on b3, so the position is like below...

• 2 years ago · Quote · #285

A lot of queens, but only one checkmate in one

• 2 years ago · Quote · #286

Thanks apostolis1 for the correction and for your proposals in general.

So for #328 (if you say that the rook is on b3, from white pov, the board is up side down), I see only one: Ke5#

For #329, imo a lot easier: Qg8#

• 2 years ago · Quote · #287

Thanks to funksteph for pointing out that the board is upside down:

That shows that there are two mates possible in #329, namely Qg8# or Qb1#. :-)

• 2 years ago · Quote · #288

Dunno if anybody did this, but 330:

• 2 years ago · Quote · #289

I'm going to do at most 10 here.

• 2 years ago · Quote · #290
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