White to move and win! You need to write out full the answer 😁
SUZAN IS WRIGHT, IT IT IS EXACTLY 17 MOVES TO LEAVE BLACK WITH NO MORE FIGHT AT WHITE KING IN B5 POSITION WITH BLACK ROOK JUST ABOVE IN C6 POSITION & NO FURTHER BLACK EFFORT TO FORCE DRAW IT IS HARD FOR ME TO ANNOTATE THESE LINES WITH EXPLANATIONS OF POSSIBLE MISTAKES THAT SHOULD BE AVOIDED AND MY SELF HAS ENCOUNTERED IN BETWEEN. I HOPE SUSAN TRY EASIER PUZZLES FOR US THIS ONE IS REALY HARD ONE!
one tick white should not allow black to capture g2 pawn with +, that will not allow white to pass up and will end with draw
the open final route to go there is the right side, then d file
White should escape multiple +s till can capture the Rook with d4 pawn then black d5 pawn will be free to move and avoid draw.
White king walks around the b pawn, then circles around the g pawn then strolls up across the board and zips around the b Rook and then to B6 when Blacks only check will be Ra8-Ra6 and then finally after 20+ moves, the simple Kb5 spells the end of Blacks desperate chase.