Comments (4)
No. 1-3
Mike_
Mike_
  1. d5,e7 2.Kc2,Kd7 3. Kc3, Kc7 4. Kc4, Kc8 5. Kb5,Kb7 6. d4, Kc7 7. Ka6, Kc8 8. Kb6, Kd7 9. Kb7, Kd8 10. Kc6, Ke7 11.K7, Kf6 12. Kxd6!, Kg7 13. Ke6, Kf8 14. d6, Ke8 15. d7, Kd8 16. d5, Kc7 17. Ke7, Kb6 18. d8Q, Kc5 19. d6, Kd4 20. d7, Kd5 21. Qd7, Ke4 22. d7Q, f3 23. Qe5, Kg2 24. Qf8, Kh3 25. Qg5, Kh2 26. QH8++ 1:0
jibal
jibal

The first move is obviously 1. d5 to block d6-d5 and to take c6 and e6 away from the black king. I would then take the white king to the opposite side of where the black king goes if he advances, and then use d3-d4 if necessary as a waiting move to break the opposition (e.g., with black king on f7 and white king on f5, d4 forces the black king to yield) to win the black pawn. (And it's easy to see how critical it is to have the white pawn on d5 to limit the squares the black king can use to defend his pawn.)

Fulldaniel
Fulldaniel

I suppose the white king should move and to get the D5 square


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