Chess principles tell you that having two Bishops versus two Knights is a nice advantage. Chess principles also say to centralize your King in the endgame. But don’t move too fast–when you make instinctive moves without thinking, you can pay the price!
I played a quick anon game on LiChess, and my opponent was moving a bit too quickly in the endgame. I guess he just figured with his two Bishops he would smoke me, but he ended up getting mated.
Of course, my opponent had to help me a lot here. But I’m only showing this because the end position looks so cool. I don’t think I’ve mated someone with two Knights on a mostly open board before. And obviously, I needed the help of the pawns, but the final position is still aesthetically pleasing–at least, I thought so! Enjoy!