A game I just played at chess.com, in the analysis, it was a missed win at a point. My mind is saturated right now, and I can't think of the line. Can you help me out?
First, a6 to kick that knight away. Assuming they don't want to lose it, it has to go to the horrible square a3.
Second, Qxf3. It takes a pawn, puts more pressure on the pinned e2 knight, and also threatens c3 now that the b5 knight is gone.
After that, it really depends how they reply, but you're certainly winning. They're down a pawn, they're poorly developed, their king is in the center (which is partially open), and their knight is pinned. Perhaps one plan would be to double the rooks on the e-file to exploit the pin.