Originally posted by heinzkatI do not want anything apart from what you would play in a regular game of chess when having that position.
In a blitz probably Bxe7 Qxe7 O-O, now you ask it you probably want 1. f4 Bxg5 (1...h6? 2. Bxe7 Qxe7 3. Ng6) 2. fxg5 Qxg5 3. O-O
Originally posted by heinzkatthat's why i wanted the link to the game... whites position is awful, saying that blacks isn't that hot either. if i didn't think i could get my opponent's king out i would just trade off and see what the end game brings.
In a normal game I would feel awkward as this is not my style of "setting up" a position, I don't like White's position much. Any reason why this specific position was given? Is it used in a book?