Can you find white's winning first move? This is a very difficult puzzle and requires a deep analysis.
How can white save this position and draw?
Can you find white's winning plan without consulting the tablebase? This the toughest R+P vs R ending I have seen.
Can white save this position? Can you guess the weakness in black's position that white exploits to draw this?
How quickly can you find white's winning first move?
Can you find white's winning plan?
Can you find white's winning plan here?
Can White hold this position? If so, how is it different to the previous puzzle? Can't black go around the pawns here?
Can white hold this position? It is a derivative of the previous puzzle I posted.