There is a saying in chess that rook and pawn endings are always draws.
This is not true, but it is possible to get draws from difficult positions in such endings, if you play well.
In this week’s problem, White is threatening to play Rh5 and then promote his pawn.
How can Black draw the game?
The solution to last Monday’s problem is that White can draw with 1. Ke1 Kg3 2. Kf1 f3 3. gxf3 Kxf3 4. Ke1 Ke3 5. a4! and Black will have to allow a book draw, either with pawns on the rook’s file that he cannot promote, or an easily drawn King and Pawn ending after White plays axb5.