© Jonathan Whitcomb 2011 White just moved the white rook: Rh3+ You made the right decision to check the black king, rather than push the h-pawn. Rh3+ forces the black king to move to f4 or f2; after that, white can move the h-pawn forward. Did you see why an immediate push of the h- pawn would have been a mistake? Black had the drawing resource of Rf1, check, forcing a stalemate draw. Marfa Lights of Texas Strange flying lights flying just a few feet off the ground and seeming to dance with each other---those “Marfa Lights” have been labeled “CE-III” Mystery Lights by the scientist James Bunnell. Miirages of car headlights at night make a different appearance, very different, and cars are seen almost every night; not so those that fit the category of “CE-III.” Also telling is the triangulated trajectories: CE-III’s can travel where there are no roads. From a press release titled “Unmasking a Flying Predator in Texas,” we read: “The mystery lights of Marfa, Texas, have entertained residents with their strange dancing . . . They have recently been linked to flying lights in the southwest Pacific, lights that natives of Papua New Guinea testify are from large flying creatures. . . . A cryptozoologist from California has explained the dancing lights of Marfa. . . . According to Jonathan Whitcomb . . . [an author in California] when one of the bioluminescent predators has been glowing for awhile, not far above the ground, it will be joined by another of its kind, which will then turn on its own glow.” Correct Move: Rh3+ Try to Think Clearly.