Originally posted by kbear1k
What is wrong with Elmyr's analysis? Maybe a little more elaboration is needed: For instance in the first example if black takes the rook white wins the queen with a knight fork. In the second example if black takes the rook white wins with bishop skewers. in the second example if black responds to white's Ra8 with Qh7 white plays Bg6 - if QxBg6 white plays ...[text shortened]... m not sure there are any other lines for black. Are these from Troitzky? - they look like it.
He had the right idea,just needs a few more moves.
In the 1st Elmyr stopped too soon,the queen is not yet trapped after 3.Rh8,Nh4!
But then 4.Rxh4,Qc8 5.Rh8,Qb7 6.Rb8 and now she's trapped
And you've completed the 2nd.
Don't know whose they are.I got them from the Tasc Chess cd 2