Originally posted by Squelchbelch
[fen]r1bqk2r/ppp2ppp/2nb1n2/8/4P3/5N2/PPP2PPP/RNBQKB1R w KQkq - 0 6[/fen]
1. Bb5 (threating to take the knight and then push the pawn to e5 where it will fork blacks pieces.)
1. ... Nxe4 (its a free pawn. Or else black can move one of his two minor pieces and accept doubled pawns if white chooses to.)
2. Qd5! (threating both of blacks knights. After this white will win that pawn back with a better pawn structure.)
Sample line (2....Nf6 3. BxNc6+ bxc6 4. Qxc6+)
( 2...Qe7 3. BxNc6+ bxc6 4. Qxc6+) Then from there i think its easy to see white has an advantage. It's an interesting position so if you want, send a set piece over and i'd be happy to back it up with some play.