In this blitz game played at the Internet Chess Club, 7 of Black’s first 11 moves have been pawn moves. This, of course, has compromised the second player’s King safety and piece development.
In this, sort of, reverse Advanced French Defense White should look at plans that will break up and destroy the overextended Black pawn center. The pawn advance g4 does just this. Note that g4 also weakens White’s King position, but moves that lead to the crumbling of the Black pawn center are quite thematic in these type of positions.
The logic for the aforementioned strategy is unassailable. Black’s pawn center is currently cramping and restricting the mobility of the White Army. Moves like g4 that break up Black’s center phalanx will open lines for the White pieces and exploit the Black monarch’s tenuous center perch! Open lines and your opponent’s King still in the center invariably create myriad piece sacrifice and tactical opportunities.
So if your opponent in chess game has spent a lot of time building a suffocating pawn center, look for ways to attack it!