When playing e4, how to deal with Qf6!?

RobertMahon
In Blitz, I’ve been taken apart a few too many times with a kingside attack starting with Qf6. If it’s 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Qf6, I’ve tried playing Nc3 Nd5 attacking the Queen and threatening the fork on c7, but this is easily dealt with. Help!
Yigor

Your Nc3->Nd5 plan is ok, U can combine it with Bc4 too, putting some pressure on f7. peshka.png

RobertMahon
Thanks for that, often when I try Nd5, the answer is Qd6, c6 and then I’m stuck!
Yigor
RobertMahon wrote:
Thanks for that, often when I try Nd5, the answer is Qd6, c6 and then I’m stuck!

 

It's impossible (both Qd6 and c6 with a reasonable position).

 

 

What move do U suggest for black?

RobertMahon
Sorry Yigor, I wasn’t clear. This kind of position is less dangerous for white, but I never find a good continuation... [Site "Chess.com iPhone"]
[Date "10/18/2019 05:08p.m."]
[White "White (0)"]
[Black "Black (0)"]

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Qf6 3.Nc3 Nc6 4.Nd5 Qd6
Laskersnephew

2...Qf6 is a pretty terrible move. There is no forced win for White, but just good normal moves seem to guarantee him a very good position. I think it's pretty significant that you never see any really strong played use that defense. Your idea of Nc3-d5 looks pretty smart.

Could you post some games where you got into trouble after Black played 2...Qf6?