Originally posted by streetfighter
Just had a brief look and you can probably draw just by heading to the k-side (Ke4-f5-e6-f7) instead of trying to shepherd the b-pawn home with Kc3 etc.(too slow when he has an e-pawn ready to run).
If he tries to stop the king getting through by playing ...g6, then g4-g5 should do the trick. I might be missing someting though-it's late and I didn't analyse it in great depth.
Looks to me like a draw too for the same reason.
Interesting lesson from that game. A king has more offensive value in the endgame than a knight. you put your King way out of position to force him to sac his knight and once he did, his King was in a much stronger position. If you would have stayed on the King side, the b pawn would have fallen, but it would have been his king that was out of position.