"J Healy v R Elwell, coffee house game, London 1980. White (to move) is a pawn down so would like to advance his rook pawn to queen. Black, however, is ready to stop the pawn in the nick of time by R-KR1 and R-QR1. What should white play?"
Following on from last Saturday, here's another John Healy chess problem via Leonard Barden via thegrassarena.net.