How should white proceed? Feel free to put this one into your chess engines and let us know the results.
N1b5/P2k4/8/r6B/8/6B1/1P1n4/7K w - - 0 1
3N1rk1/p1b1Q1pb/5pPp/5p2/5N2/K7/3rp3/8 w - - 0 1
Can you find white's only winning play here?
I don't think the start is all that difficult to find, but it is the continuations that are hard to piece together.
This was one of the chess problems in the recent Arves Studies Solving Tournament. How does white win this?
Black is about to play g2 giving him two pawns on the seventh rank. How does white win this?
There are some really nice zugzwang motifs inside this chess problem in both the main line and the variations.
Can you quickly spot White's winning plan?