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1. Re8+ Rf82. Rxf8+ Kxf83. Qd8+now if 3... Kf7, 4. Qc7+ and 5. Qxb8 winsor if 3... Qe8, 4. Qxd6+ and 5. Qxb8 wins
I don't have a lot a time for this, but I would consider 1.Re8 followed by the 2.Rxf8- the point being that 3.Qd8 comes will all sorts of threats from white, most particularly the ideas of Qd6 with check and a later push of the d-pawn.
1. Be4This traps the queen and wins material.
1. Re8+ Rf82. Be4 If 2.... Qxe8; then 3. Qxh6 and Black cannot defend the threats of mate with Qg7 or Qh8.If 2.... Qxe4; then 3. Qxh6 and Black cannot defend the threats of mate with Rxf8, Qg7 or Qh8.If 2.... Bf5; 3. Bxf5, Qxf5; then 4. Qxh6 with the same results..
1)be4, rf52) bxr, qxb3) rg7+ leads to mate or loss of blacks queen
First things first- 1.Be4 is not the best move here since black can block with Bf5 (and remember, white is down a rook at the start here):1. Be4? Bf5! (Rf5 2.g4!+-)2. Re6! Be4!3. Rg6 Bg64. Qh6 Bh7 (only saving move)5. Qd6 and I am not sure who is best here- unclear in my eye.Like aam@fics, I was enamored of 1.Re8 Rf8 2.Rxf8, but I now agree with Knyt4k- 2.Be4 looks better to me, though I think both win for white.
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