Enzo Minerva (Italy)
 
Draw 6+3

1.f7!(1.e7? Qa4+ 2.Kb8 Rh8+ 3.Kc7 Qc6#)
1...Rh8+ 2.f8Q+ Rxf8+ 3.Rxf8 Kb6 4.Ba6! (4.Rf7? Qa4+ 5.Ba6 (5.Kb8 Qe8#) 5...Qxa6+ 6.Kb8 Qb5 7.Re7 Qc6 8.Ka8
Qh1 9.Rf7 Qa1+ 10.Kb8 Qh8+ 11.Rf8 Qxf8#)
4...Kxa6 5.Rf7!( (5.Rb8? Qd4 6.e7 Qa7#)
5...Kb6 6.Rd7! with three main lines:

A) 6...Qa4+ 7.Kb8 Qb4 8.e7 Qf4+ 9.Kc8 Qc4+ 10.Kd8! and draw by repetition.
[For example: 10...Qf4 11.e8Q Qb8+ 12.Ke7 Qe5+ 13.Kf7 Qh5+ 14.Kf8 (14.Ke7 Qe5+, =) 14...Qh8+, =];


B) 6...Qh1 7.Rd6+ Kc7 (7...Kc5? 8.Ra6! Kb5 9.Ra7! Qe4 10.e7! and White wins)
8.Rd7+ Kb6 9.Rd6+ draw by repetition;

C) 6...Qc6 7.Rd6! Qxd6 8.b8Q+ Qxb8+ 9.Kxb8 theoretical draw.
Struggle for the promotion of two white pawns;
Bishop sacrifice in order to close the "a" line.