Two passed pawns can often beat a rook.
The solution to last Monday’s problem is that Black can create two passed pawns by playing 1…Rc4!
After 2. bxc4 Bc5! 3. Rc1 b3, the two passed pawns beat the White rook.
But two passed pawns don’t always beat a rook.
In this week’s problem, White can save himself with a very clever move.
What does White play? It is a very difficult problem.