This post is a follow-up to the first post I wrote on this site regarding the Qf3 variation in the Fried Liver Attack (where White plays Qf3 instead of retreating his Bishop). This line is inferior for White than either Bishop retreat (Bd3 or Be2), but if you play the Fried Liver and one pawn isn’t enough for you, the Qf3 line will get you two pawns.
However, in today’s game, my opponent chose not to take the second pawn right away, instead developing a piece. This surprised me, but Black has a nice way to respond, which I didn’t find in the game. If you play either side of these lines, you’ll be interested in the video below.