White to play and win??
How would you play White from this position, starting with move 15?
It looks like there should be a win, but even Crafty goes for some half-lame move of Qf2, winning that b6 pawn, but ultimately losing back the pawn advantage playing against itself.
I get a lot of these sorts of games, and it’s often just as dangerous to attack the other player in these situations.
The other thing that oft goes unsaid is that when someone plays this way against you, hold firmly in mind that they are challenging you on the clock, and that perhaps all you can expect from an advantage is a pawn from a tenous position. That said, bearn in mind that you will need time for the endgame!
The continuation is below. I wouldn’t consider this a ‘real’ result as I beat him with the ‘boredom attack’. This a phenomenon where one player suddenly stops and takes forever, whereupon the other player quickly tosses out a reply, rightly showing that they do not have such indecisive personality tendencies, only to thereupon blunder greatly with the ensuing move. He flicked out …f6, immediately losing: