@ Mad Rook - very interesting, I had no idea! Was quite happy to look at it as, well if I'm playing the black pieces against AA no less, this doesn't look much fun to figure out at all here.
@ Jimmytheharp - d4 is still contested due to the pawn on c3 no? I see what you mean about the pawns though, and the bishops look good. If the rooks can be activated they can beat the queen, though there are no fully open files thanks to all those black pawns in the way 🙂 I don't know what to move for black here though - just take the bishop? After QxN check and b3 black's gonna lose the N on a1 no?
Now after black moves Bb2 or Ba3