[FEN "4k3/7p/5p2/8/P2rr3/5N2/6PP/4R1K1 w - - 0 1"]
Black (Michelle Khare) just blundered a rook, but white (pokimane) failed to capitalise.
White is currently 1 pawn down but is about to be 2 pawns down so it's basically (rook and) knight vs rook (and rook).
How does black win this? I tried running in an engine and even though it gives black an evaluation of around -1, the evaluation slowly went up to -0.4. Or if it's not really a win for black then how does white draw this?
The pawns are on 1 wing. What, if anything, does this mean? Eg more/less likely black will win/white will draw as opposed to pawns on both wings.
Note 1: If this turns out to be a fortress or something, then please feel free to edit the tags.
Note 2: This might be covered in Karsten Müller's endgame series probably Volumes 9 or 12, but I think it was covered a bit in Volumes 1, 2 or 4. What I do remember in Volumes 1-4 that might be relevant is that all the pawns are (going to be) on 1 wing.
Note 3: In case it isn't obvious, I'm talking about serious higher level play. A 1500+ in pogchamps should of course win this easily. So what I really mean to ask is how black wins the position, if possible and not literally how Michelle Khare beats Pokimane like literally explaining to a 600+ how to beat another 600+.