Peter Krug & Mario García
 
Win 6+6

Thematic: Elimination of threat of stalemate in Black's counterplay with the promotion of minor piece   1.Nh3! 1.Rxd8? Rf1+ 2.Ke5 Kxh6= or 1.h7? Rf1+ 2.Kxe4 Bf6=   1...Rf1+ 2.Nf4+ Rxf4+ 3.Kxf4 g2  ( 3...Bg5+ 4.Kxg3 Kxh6 5.Rb6+-)   4.e7 4.h7? Bg5+ 5.Kxe4 g1Q 6.h8Q+ Kg4 7.Rd4 Qxc1=   4...Bxe7    (4...g1Q 5.exd8Q Qxc1+ 6.Kf5 Qf1+ 7.Ke5+-)   5.h7 Bxd6+ (5...Bg5+ 6.Kf5+-)   6.Kxe4 Bc6+ (6...Kg4 7.h8Q Bc6+ 8.Kd3!+-)   7.Kf5 Be4+! (7...Bd7+ 8.Kf6 Kg4 9.h8Q+-)   8.Kxe4 Be5! 9.Kxe5 g1Q 10.h8R+! Thematic Try : 10.h8Q+ Kg4 11.Qg8+ Kf3 12.Qxg1 stalemate (or 12.Qd5+ Kf2 13.Nd3+ Kg3 14.Qg8+ Kh2 15.Qh7+ Kg3 16.Qg6+ Kh2 17.Qh5+ Kg3 18.Qg5+ Kh2 19.Qh4+ Kg2 20.Ke4 Qb1!= (Not 20...Qh1? 21.Qf2+ Kh3+ 22.Ke3 Qa8 23.Nf4+ Kg4 24.Qg1+ Kh4 25.Qh2+ Kg5 26.Qh5+ Kf6 27.Qg6+ Ke7 28.Qg7+ Kd6 29.Qd4+ Kc7 30.Ne6++-)   10...Kg4 11.Rg8+ Kf3 12.Rxg1+-     Comment: A similar figure of elimination of the threat of stalemate can be seen in the study of E. Rinck-Feuille d'Avis de Lausanne –1931 (e5-h5). But the introduction and Black's counterplay is different