White plays the Remarkable Rookies, and Black the Fabulous FIDEs.
1. (HFD)f1-f4 violates all principles, but at least it threatens mate. The example should show that it's a bad move.
1. ..... Nb8-c6 is a developing move, but 1. ... d6 or f6 would be better choices if Black doesn't want a draw.
2. (HFD)c1-c4 threatens mate to the Queen. White compounds his mistake, and surely we will see him punished?
1. (HFD)f1-f4 Nb8-c6 2. (HFD)c1-c4 Ng8-f6 3. (HFD)c4:c6!? d7:c6 4. (HFD)f4-e5+ Ke8-d7 5. (HFD)e5-d4+ Kd7-e6?? 6. (RN)d1-e3+ Nf6-e4 7. (RN)e3:e4+ Ke6-f5 8. (HFD)d4-g4 mate!
What a pretty checkmate position!
If 7...Ke6-d5 8. (RN)e4-f4+ Kd5-c4 9. (HFD)d4-e5+ Qd8-d4 10. (RN)f4:d4 mate.
Of course, 5....Kd7-e8 draws.