Originally posted by SwissGambit
[fen]8/8/8/3k3p/7P/7K/4P3/8 b - - 0 1[/fen]
this is really tricky, all i seem to get are drawing positions, if white goes after the h
pawn the black king can reach the corner and draw, if white tries to promote the
central pawn, blacks king gets in front of the pawn and gets a drawing position again.
It is clear that if white is to win, he must somehow make use of these two elements for
black cannot surely defend against both, the plan should therefore be to advance the e
pawn, abandon it and at the opportune moment, swing over to prevent the black king
reaching the drawing square h8. How this can be achieved at present i cannot say.