The position above is from one of my games against Fritz. It is a very interesting situation with black to play.
During the game I missed the most effective continuation and this illustrates one of the most glaring weaknesses in my play.
Black is not faced with a position where it is a matter of "find mate in one, or two, or three etc." It is a case of finding a sequence of moves which should give black a winning advantage. This means visualising a series of moves both for black and white.
I am sure the first key move would be instinctively spotted by the majority of club players, however, visualising the series of follow-up moves may not be so easy?
The video below shows the moves suggested by Fritz.