Scandinavian defence was used quite seldom, as Black has to take the Queen out to the center on the second move, and this will result in the tempo loss. 1.e4-d5 2.ed-Qd5. And, straight after the 3.Nc3 move, Black's Queen has to step back. Of course, these positions are played, but are difficult for Black to count on anything more that just the chances parity. Thus, on the second move Black can play 2.K:d5?! The very this variation is addressed in the video lesson. The lesson is led by the Master. Duration is more than one hour and half. This lesson will be of great use for players who like Scandinavian defence.