Blitz Chess #371: Queen's Pawn Game
This is a blitz chess game I played as black with time control 5|0. The opening played was a Queen's pawn game. White's modest approach to the opening allows for black to confidently violate an opening principle which states one should not move the same piece more than once early on. Not only does the said piece move for a 2nd & 3rd time, but also a 4th. What exactly would justify such a decision? Are you familiar with good, and bad bishops?