V. Tarasiuk (Ukraine), P. Arestov (Россия)  
Draw 4+6

1.a8Q 1.Rb6+? Kc2! 2.a8Q a1Q+! 3.Qxa1 Rf1+ 4.Kxe2 Rxa1 –+ 1...Bb5! 1...a1Q 2.Rc1+! Kxc1 3.Qxa1+ = 2.Rc1+! Kxc1 2...Kb2 3.Rc2+! Kxc2 4.Qxa2+ = 3.Qa3+ Kb1 4.Qb3+ 4.Qb4+? Kc2! –+ 4...Ka1 5.Qxb5 Nxd2 6.Kd1! 6.Qe5+? Kb1 –+ 6...Nf3! 7.Qb7! 7.Qc6? Rf1+! 8.Ke2 Nd4+ –+ 7...Rd2+ 7...Nfg1 8.Kc1 Ne2+ 9.Kc2 Nef4+ 10.Kc3 Ng1! 11.Qg7 Rg2 12.Qe5! Rb2 13.Qe1+ Rb1 14.Qe5 Rb2 15.Qe1+ positional draw 8.Kc1 Nhg1! 9.Qxf3! 9.Qg7+? Rd4 10.Qf6 Ne2+ –+ 9...Rc2+! 9...Nxf3 - stalemate 10.Kd1!! 10.Kxc2 Nxf3 11.Kc1 Nd4 zz –+ 10...Nxf3 11.Kxc2 Nd4+ 12.Kc1 zz draw.   Correction of the study V. Tarasiuk Uralski Problemist, 2002 Kc1, Rh5, Na5, pa7 (4) – Ka1, Rf2, Bb1, Nd7, Nf3, pc2, pc4 (7) draw 1.Nb3+! cxb3 2.Ra5+ Ba2 3.Rxa2+ bxa2 4.a8Q Rd1+ 4...Nd4! <cook> 5.Kxd2 Kb2 5.Kxc2 Rd2+ 5...Rf1! <cook> 6.Kc1 Nde5 6...Rd3! <cook>; 6...Rf2! <cook> 7.Qxf3 Rc2+! 8.Kd1! Nxf3 9.Kxc2 =