Just played an interesting game on ICC, involving a double exchange sac (I was White), so I was left with two bishops vs. opponent's 2 rooks. Not 100% sure of the soundness, but it certainly led to a difficult defensive position for Black.

1.c4 Nf6

2.Nc3 d5

3.d4 g6

4.Bg5 Ne4

5.Bh4 Nxc3

6.bxc3 Bg7

7.e3 c5

8.Nf3 O-O

9.cxd5 Qxd5

10.Be2 Nc6

11.O-O Bg4

12.c4 Qh5

13.d5 Ne5

14.Bxe7 Nxf3+

15.gxf3 Bh3

16.Kh1 Bxf1

17.Qxf1 Rfe8

18.Bxc5 Bxa1

19.Qxa1 b6

20.Bd4 f5

21.Bb2 Qh4

22.Kg2 Qg5+

23.Kh1 f4

24.Qd1 Rf8

25.Qd4 Kf7

26.e4 Ke8

27.c5 bxc5

28.Qxc5 Qe7

29.d6 Qe6

30.Bb5+ Kd8

31.Qc7#

Cheers,
Kevin Casey