SP110: White creates a weak d3 square on the third rank
that either one or both chivalry knight's can leap into
If black could exchange off white's light square bishop, white would have almost no hope of preventing the chivalry knights coming forward and sitting on the d3 square. The square is so weak it can virtually be considered an outpost square for a knight already. Notice that neither of white's chivalry knights can do anything about the d3 square. So the chivalry knights on the white side are powerless against the enemies equivalent knights! White's idea of playing c3 with the plan of breaking with d4 and opening up the c-file for the rook, is completely flawed because white has failed to grasp the power of black's chivalry knights.
So I thought it would be a good idea, to help players visualize the outpost squares that exist for the chivalry knights, without needing to do any calculation.
The threatened outposts squares of the chivalry knights
exist on the the enemies third rank
Compare the two diagrams above. You will see that the green squares are threatening to become outpost squares for the chivalry knights if the enemy were to leave them weakened. No calculation is needed, just remember the pattern above (it is very simple) and be open to the possibility that you or your opponent can fall for the trap of letting the chivalry knights come forward and rule the position. The most likely squares they will try to jump too are the two squares five ranks directly in front of the chivalry knights as they sit on their original squares.