Puzzle of the week #4

Chess Diagram: 

[Event "Puzzle #04"][Date "2008.01.31"][Result "1/2-1/2"][SetUp "1"][FEN "7k/5K2/7P/6pP/8/8/8/8 w - - 0 1"]

Chess is a game full of resources; one just needs to pay attention to all details, regadless how good or bad the position seems to be. In the above diagram White appears to be completely lost.
White to move and draw
Surprisingly this was the end of a real game between A. Kramer - Rutgen, 1922. The answer will be published next week together with puzzle #5.

Puzzle #03 solution:
This endgame can be saved by holding the opposition. See solution:

[Event "Puzzle #03"][Date "2008.01.24"][Result "1/2-1/2"][SetUp "1"][FEN "8/5p2/pk4p1/P5P1/1K5P/8/8/8 b - - 0 1"]1...Kb7!! ({In the game} 1...Kc6?? 2.Kc4 Kd6 3.Kd4 {White won the opposition} 3...Kc6 (3...Ke6 4.Kc5 Ke5 5.Kb6 Kd6 6.Kxa6 Kc6 7.Ka7 Kc7 8.a6 {White wins}) 4.Ke5 Kb5 5.Kf6 Kxa5 6.Kxf7 Kb4 7.Kxg6 a5 8.h5 a4 9.h6 a3 10.h7 a2 11.h8=Q {White wins}) 2.Kc5 Kc7 3.Kd5 Kd7 {Black holds the opposition (or the long opposition). Draw}

Correct solutions:
Bryant, Jacob, John D. - 1.0 point
Jeremy, David, Frank, Kenneth, Karen and Karl - 0.5 points

2.0 Bryant, Jacob, Jeremy and Karl
1.5 Matthew, Jakab, Nicholas, Frank and David
1.0 John D.
0.5 Algerd, Alejandro, Joanne, Vera, Mark, Kenneth, Karen, West and Katerina