Originally posted by RahimK
White to move. Does any side have an advantage and is a win possible for either side with decent play?
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I would say Black has the advantage. The board is wide-open and Black has the bishop pair in well-posted positions. His King is safe and White's is not. White does have a knight that is well posted but the protective pawn is precarious and vulnerable. If it were Black's move, I'd say White's position would be hopeless.
As White, I probably would try to eliminate blacks bishop advantage and keep my superior knight position. I think I would immediately trade off the white bishop and attempt to trade of the black bishop as well. This would loosen (hopefully) Black's grip on the center allowing me an opportunity to Castle.
Maybe, Bxe6, Qxe6, B-d2, ...., O-O-O, ...., g5 preparing for h4.
If White were allowed to accomplish that, I think White would be much better than he is now.