White to Play

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We’re going to build on the last puzzle. A similar theme, but a little different.

1.h7 Rxh7 1...Kb8 2.Rda3 Rc8+ 3.Kd5 Kb7 4.Ra7+ Kb6 5.R2a6+ Kb5 6.Ra8 2.Ra8+ Rb8 3.Rd8+ Kxd8 4.Rxb8+ Ke7 5.Rb7+ Kf6 6.Rxh7 For extra credit, figure out why it would be a draw if the Black pawn were on f3 instead of f5.


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