Chess Puzzle of the Week (206)

My review of Master Your Chess With Judit Polgar (Chessable/New In Chess) will be published on British Chess News within the next day or two.

Judit and her sisters were brought up on a diet of tactics puzzles and endgame studies. If you solve puzzles of this nature regularly, you too will be able to startle your opponents with your superlative calculation skills in the middlegame as well as your phenomenal endgame knowledge.

This was composed by Nikolay Grigoriev, one of the great masters of pawn endgame studies, and first published in 1928.

It’s White to play and win. Off you go!