Black to play - White wins (instead of Fine's Draw)

1...Kf5 2.Kf3! Ke5 3.Kg4 This is much simpler than 3.h5 Kf5 which Fine gives in a note with and the Pawn is lost, but White has a complicated win in a queen ending starting with 4.Ke3! Kg5 5.Ke4! f5+ (5...Kxh5 6.Kf5 and White wins the race back to the queenside after collecting the f-pawn.) 6.Ke5! f4 7.h6! f3 8.h7! f2 9.h8Q! f1Q 10.Qg7+ Kh5 11.Qh7+ Kg5 12.Qe7+ Kg6 13.Qd6+ Kg7 14.Qd7+ Kh6 15.Qd2+ Kg6 16.Kd4 3...Ke4 4.h5! f5+ 5.Kh3! instead of Fine's 5.Kg3? which allows the Black pawn to advance with tempo after 5...Ke3! 6.h6 f4+! 5...Ke5 Black is too slow with 5...f4 6.h6 f3 7.h7! f2 8.Kg2! 6.Kg3 and White uses the h-pawn as a decoy to capture the f-pawn then the b-pawn.

Analysis using chess endgame tablebase.