Originally posted by plopzilla
I just wondered your thoughts please 🙂
I've looked at the final position several times today and have to say it seems quite complicated and difficult to assess, for me at any rate. Black seems to have covered all the king side threats and White seems to lack a sacrificial or a pawn breakthrough. White does however have the passed pawn on e5. I think white will have to pull back and regroup over the next few moves.
Black looks to be able to establish their knight on c3 or d4 via b5 or may be able to play d4 and reach c3 and e3 via d4 with the knight, although that would leave the c pawn backward. I'm not sure that this means all that much although I have the feeling that Black has a little more flexibility in their position and perhaps can organise something more convincing on the queen-side.
I see that you have played several games against this opponent before and have either lost or agreed draws in other complex looking positions. I think that if I were Black receiving a draw offer in this position I would have played on and made you prove it.