Yes this another very famous study....with a twist.
It first appeared in the newspar 'Deutschösterreichische Tages-Zeitung
in August 1921 composed by one Albert Becker.
This is the position Becker published. White to play and draw.
After it was published under Becker's name Reti wrote to a letter
to Kagans Neueste Schachnachrichten saying the he composed
the study and had been showing it around Vienna before it was published.
Source: BCM February 1990 page 73.
More about Albert Becker
An often repeated story is that before the start of Carlsbad 1929
Becker suggested that Vera Menchik had no place at the Carlsbad tournament
and that any man who lost to her should be forced to join a "Vera Menchik Club."
Apparently this was the first time the term ' The Vera Menchik Club' had been mentioned.
It eventually contained a few famous players: Euwe, Mieses, Sultan Khan, Reshevsky,
Sämisch, Yates.......and of course Becker who lost his game v Vera at Carlsbad 1929.