First prize at the Magyar (Hungarian) Sakkvildg, 1934. Study by Leonid Kubbel. Readers might remember that Leonid was one of the dozens of great chess players/composers/theorists who perished (in Leningrad/St.Petersburg) at the hands of an out of control Europe in the mid-20th century…
HOW DOES WHITE WIN?
1.Ne4! (Defending the f2-pawn and threatening to Queen. 1…Qf3
2.f8(Q)! QxQ 3.Nf6!!
The key! If 3…KxP then 4.Nd7+ is an easy technical win. The continuation given by the author of this study is 3…PxN 4.f4! and mate next move. BRILLIANT!