Black to play - Draw

1...b4 2.Rh8+ Kg7 3.Rb8! a5 4.Kh2 There are problems in both of Fine's lines after 4.g4
a) 4...Rd2 5.Rb5? (5.h5 a4 6.g5 a3 7.h6+! Kg6 8.Rb6+ Kxg5 9.h7! holds) 5...a4! (Instead of Fine's 5...Rd4?) 6.Rxb4 a3! 7.Ra4 a2! and Black wins.
b) 4...Rb2 5.g5 a4 6.h5 a3 7.h6+ Kg6 8.Rb6+ Kh7 9.Rb7+ Kg6! (instead of Fine's 9...Kg8?) 10.Rg7+ Kf5! 11.h7 a2! 12.Ra7! Rb1+! 13.Kg2 Rb2+! with a draw. If the White king leaves the kingside, Black plays his rook to the h-file to stop the h-pawn.
4...Rb2 5.Ra8 Ra2 6.Rb8 Ra3 7.g4 b3 8.Rb7+ Kf6 9.Rb6+ Ke5 10.h5 a4 11.h6 Ra2+! 12.Kg3 Rc2 13.h7 Rc8! 14.g5 Fine concludes White wins, but Black holds with 14...b2 15.g6 15.Rxb2 Kf5! 16.Kh4 Kg6 17.Rb7 a3 15...b1Q 16.Rxb1 Kf6!

Analysis using computer generated endgame tablebase.

Partially corrected as Position 841 in the Benko edition. The variation with 4...Rd2 5. Rb5? is shown to be winning for Black, but no alternative to 5. Rb5? is mentioned. Fine's variation with 4...Rb2 is uncorrected. The main line is ended after 5...Ra2 removing the final error.