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Definitely winning for white with a forced mate.1.Rf5+ and black only has 2 replies1... Kg4 allows either 2.f3# or 2.h3#1...g5 is met by 2.Kh3 and black is powerless (even if he queens his b pawn) to stop 3.g4#
1.Rf5+ g52.Kh3 b1=Q3.g4#
a win for whitenext move .....1.Rf5 g5since Kg4 leads to checkmate on next move f32.Kh3 (no suitable response from black)3.g4#hope im not out of my mind.
This seems like mate in 3:1. Rf5+ g5 (Kg4 h3#)2. Kh3! b1=Q or any3. g4#
1.Rf5+ g51.... Kg4 2.h3#2.Kh3 any3.g4#
A general rule of thumb about endgames- if you can find a mate in three, you win!
Winning for white with a forced mate.1.Rf6+ if 1...Kg4 then 2.h3# or 2.f3#if 1...g5 then 2.Kh3 and black can not prevent 3.g4#Black's pieces are all in the wrong place and they are herding the passed pawns however they have totally neglected the king.
win for white. use the rook to force the king down.
win for white. use the rook to force the king down,
1. Rf5+ g5 2. Kh3 and 3. g4#
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