Would you like to play an aggressive and dynamic Defense against King’s Pawn? Do you want to get away from the super well-known ways of Ruy Lopez or Italian and play something a little more surprising and different with Black pieces? If the answer to those questions is “Yes”, then you should definitely read this post, where we’ll be talking about Scandinavian Defense.
This time we are going to talk about Scandinavian Defense. It happens after the moves 1.e4 d5!
Black’s move is aggressively fighting for the center from the very beginning. Of course, this idea is not … Read more