Originally posted by giantrobot
g5 and then activate your rook. Don't worry about his a pawn. It's actually helping you by blocking you only (after g5) weak pawn. His last move Rg4 was fairly bad and allows you to march easier. His rook is funning out of good squares. Why draw when you're up two pawns (really closer to three).
Agreed - Black has a won game. g5 and then try to swop off rooks. d4's a good posting for your rook. He'll avoid the swop, so you can push his rook around into increasingly bad positions, which can be fun.