Step 1 : what can black do? The black king can do nothing, there is only 1 pawn which can move:d6So is 1...d6-d5 dangerous? Is it a pawnbreak?1...d52. cxd produces a passer at c5 which might get dangerous if the whit king is too far away.2. ed , still the black king cant do anything 2... e4 3.fxe and white has 2 connected passer and blck has nothingResult : Black has nothing at allStep 2. What to attackwhite can try to attack d6. g5 is too far away ( for the momentStep 3. While Black cant move a pawn we need to think about opposition and eventually far opposition Question: how can we win d6 by opposition?Step 4: thinking thinkingStep 5: White king at c7 and black king at e7 black to move wins by: 1...Ke6 2.Kd8 and d6 is lostStep 6: How to create this situation? idea: we use the pawn d6 to force black to lose the oppositionStep 7 calculation:1.Kb6 2.Kd72.Kb7 something3.Kc6 or Kc7.......So i would say : Kb6 does workStep 8: Ka6 would be far opposition, that should work too?.. Calculating..yes!Step 9: such problems supose to have only one solution. Beeining irritated and analysing Kb6 againOMG 1.Kb6 and far opposition 1...Kf6, thats a drawNice puzzle
Great job! You nailed it.