Originally posted by @moonbusno
PS my2sons may have been referring to an earlier position, before the draw was certain.
Originally posted by @greenpawn34
A study by Steinitz from 1862. White to play and win.
[fen]6k1/4K3/6PP/8/7B/8/8/7r w - - 0 1[/fen]
Originally posted by @lemondropI concur
he stated that the position shown was a win for black
he posted that once the king reached f4 the game was won
he was of the opinion that get the king to h3 and sac the bishop was the winning line
it was a line of play first posted by roma45
the thread was deleted but there may be a way to view it