This is a game against a 1662 which turned into a short vs long castle pawn storm game. These tend to be very exciting and this was no exception, the possibility of a quick checkmate by throwing pawns down the board is always fun. It tends to come down to activity and aggression, whoever has more of it generally wins due to the lack of time to fix innacuracies or act passively.
The opening position is rather sharp but playable for both sides. White attacks the knight with 6. Qd3 and the game follows 6…Nxc3 7. Qxc3 d5 8. Ne2 0-0 9. 0-0-0
It turns into a great game and a perfect example of how double edged opposite side castling can be