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Dont know how to put the coordinates :) white king is on h8..and the black pawn is on h5 moving away from teh white king ..White to play for a draw..
White to play for a draw..
found it difficult to see which side the pawn promotes! add the coordinates please!
@_36darshan, if black pawns moved upwards how could this be difficult for white to make a draw?
This is a famous study by Richard Reti which shows how amazing chessboard geometry is and it is possible sometimes to stop the passer chasing it from behind.
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