Originally posted by BLReid
Might there be some value in learning to look for tactical opportunities when behind? The book doesn't claim that white wins here.
Well thats true, but the way the position is now it's very interesting. First I just want to say that the online sites say White to move and win.
K so the puzzles. Right now white is down 1 piece and 1 pawn = 4 points about. After this tactic he is down 2 pawns =2 points but he has helped black trade of pieces which black likes, The black knight on d5 is great and white has ruined his pawns structure.
So it depends. O well, i'm just going to add another minor pieces then it will makes sense next time I do it.