My first post...
@illyrialady - Oh, I see. This is very interesting and awesome.
I already knew that, Dave. Couldn't you tell? (I gave a hint of that a long time ago with my "You've really got to step up with this one" comment.
- Qa3!! Rc8!, 2. Qe7!! Rb8, 3. Bb3!!! (Holy Toledo!!!) Ra8, 4. Ba4! (again!!) Rb8, 5. Bb5 Rc8, 6. Bc6 Rb8, 7. Bb7! Ra8, 8. Qxg7+!!! Kxg7 (forced), 9. Bxa8 and White’s winning with two pawns!!! Holy Toledo!!!!
At illyrialady, 5... Ra8, 6. Ba6! Rb8, 7. Bb7! Ra8, 8. Qxg7!!!! Kxg7 (forced), 9. Bxa8 and White’s winning with two g and h pawns.
That's why, in the solution, the stepping stone dance between the White bishop and the Black rook is so necessary and charming.