I know that 2 rooks vs 2 minor pieces is a win for the rooks (at least from the endgame tablebases), but I found nothing about the winning strategy.
For example, consider a KRR-KBB endgame with opposite colored bishops. It seems to me that the natural way for the rooks to win is to drive the enemy king to a corner, and then exchange the rook for the "good" bishop, which has the color opposite to the corne. This transforms it into to a KR-KB endgame with the opposing king is trapped in the "bad" corner so the side with rook wins.
How good good or bad is this strategy?