Tactical blind spots
Some say that using a chess engine to analyse your games afterwards is not a good idea.
But I do learn from all the tactical oversights.
Today I learned. I looked at this position :
Where Stockfish chess engine claims that white had an almost winning advantage with Bxf5.
I looked at it and I got confused and could not believe it.
What should white play after Bd3xf5 and then Be6xf5 ?
It took me quite a while to find out why.
It's the "ghost" piece in action.
After Be6xf5 the black pawn on d5 is no longer covered by the bishop, so white has ... Rxd5+ check !
I do learn, every time. There's no end to working on ones tactical skills.