Originally posted by FabianFnasI must be missing something.
This is a move in one...
...but the white pieces are missing.
Question: Where are the white pieces in order to make it into a 'mate-in-one problem?
Originally posted by aethsilgnec6 is occupied with a black pawn...
Knight c6, Blacks last move, pawn x c6
Originally posted by FabianFnasKd6 was a typo, of course. There are plenty of squares where the white king is not in check.
Read this posting before my previous one: (I messed it up a bit...)
Yes, white is mating black with one move. Where are white's pieces?
Your suggestion is that we place a king at d6 and rooks at a1 and a2, right?
Then we have this position:
But this is not a legal position. White has to deal with the king first, it's in check.