The scoth gambit
This is my first time that I'm studing a chess opening.
At first I thought I would have to know around 8 moves in a straight line, but after I started gathering information I was proven to be wrong. There are thousands of variations for every opening.
In this article I'll talk about the scotish gambit:
The main idea from any gambit is to get a better development than the oponent, at the price of some material.
At this point black have some possible moves like:
4. ... Bc5, with the idea to protect the pawn in d4
4. ... Nf6, giving up from the d4 pawn.
 If Black plays 4. ... Bc,5 white have 2 main choices:
Here's a match involving a scotch gambit:
In my point of view white will have to battle to develop his queenside
To learn some bases about studying openings.
 Great video with much information about the scotish gambit.
 A Lazy PLayer's guide to the Scotch Gambit
leziate and meniscuz for giving extra information about the opening