King and pawn endgame

rebus2k
MARattigan wrote:
 


Well I can see that, but White doesn't seem to be trying very hard either.

 

 

43. Qf3 just wins

rebus2k

honestly the original position, if i was playing i wouldve drawn. But after looking, i think white can win, or at least have an advantage. 

MARattigan
rebus2k wrote:
MARattigan wrote:
 


Well I can see that, but White doesn't seem to be trying very hard either.

 

 

43. Qf3 just wins

Or 38.Qxd7 or 42.Qxc7 (doesn't need Black to play Kh3). That's what I meant by "White doesn't seem to be trying very hard".

 

rychessmaster1
rebus2k wrote:
rychessmaster1 wrote:

45. Ka6 isn’t a draw?

i think ka6 he can play c5, sack the d7 pawn and march the king over

ah. I forgot after Kb7 c5 Kb6 black has d6

ReadyToVinchatt

It is won by White.

ReadyToVinchatt

White's King has a central outpost(This is always a huge advantage) + white can help the king's wing pawns to get a Queen. Black has double pawns and the King is on the back rank. Here White's Plan is is to use his advantage to win.

MARattigan
ReadyToVinchatt wrote:

White's King has a central outpost(This is always a huge advantage) + white can help the king's wing pawns to get a Queen. Black has double pawns and the King is on the back rank. Here White's Plan is is to use his advantage to win.

Yes, but what are the moves?

@Wingchessderekh's engine goes doolally with 29...Kf4 which just appears to give White a queen and remains doolally. Would White still be winning after 29...d5?