Black to Play - White Wins (instead of Fine's Draw)

1...Kh6 2.Kg2 Kg7 3.Bf3 instead of Fine's 3.Kf2? White will slowly squeeze the knight out of position. For example, 3...Ng6 4.Be4 Ne5 4...Nxh4+ 5.Kh3! Ng6 6.Bxg6! Kxg6 7.Kg4! is the tactical point, with a winning pawn ending 5.Kf2 Ng4+ 6.Kf3 Nf6 7.Bf5 7.Kf4? Nh5+! 8.Kg4 Nxg3 7...Kf7 8.Ke3 Kg7 9.Kd4 Kf7 10.Ke5 Kg7 11.Bc8 Kg6 12.Be6 Kg7 13.Kf5 Nh5 14.g4! Nf6 15.g5! Nh5 16.Bd5 16.Kg4 Nf6+ doesn't make progress 16...Ng3+ 17.Kg4 Ne2 17...Nf1 18.Kf4 18.h5 Nc3 19.h6+ Kh7 20.Bc6 and White wins

Analysis using chess endgame tablebase.

Uncorrected as Position 467 in the revised edition.