Chess Puzzle of the Week (205)

Last week’s puzzle was a test of your endgame knowledge, demonstrating conclusively that no queens beat two queens.

Another endgame everyone should know is QQQ v QQQ. Happens all the time, doesn’t it?

Well perhaps it doesn’t quite happen every day. There are only two QQQ v QQQ games in my database, one of which seems to be, at least in part, a joke. But the other one, which you see here (David Anton Guijarro – Alejandro Franco Alonso (Elgoibar 2011)), is a game between two highly rated players. White, a promising teenager at the time, is now a strong grandmaster.

Anyway, it’s Black’s move here. What would you suggest? If you have any idea, do let me know!