Everton boss David Moyes insists his side should have left Blackpool with all three points after the 2-2 draw.
Blackpool twice led through Neal Eardley and David Vaughan, but the Toffees hit back through Tim Cahill and former Blackpool loanee Seamus Coleman.
"For me it is a big two points dropped. We had enough chances, but you have to credit Blackpool. They dug in and made it hard in the last 10 minutes.
"I thought we had numerous opportunities in the first half to create goals and I thought we created some clear chances in the second half and didn't take them.
"We should have seen it off and got all three points. I would have gambled for three (points) today rather than one.
"But when we gambled, Blackpool did as well. It became end to end."