As I re-boot my studying of chess, I was thinking I would start by reviewing the Italian Game and working on it in matches and with the computer.
To review, The Italian Game is characterized by this opening:
Now to review the specifics ins and outs, and where to go after white's bishop to c4m, I'd like to recommend a video. I found this fantastic video from by a channel I subscribe to on YouTube called "thechesswebsite."
Even though I have been playing for years, I am an utter novice when it comes to theory, so he breaks it down very nicely and I realized I need to review a couple of other items he mentions as well:
Blackburn Shilling Attack
Fried Liver Attack
The Rousseau Gambit
Be sure to check out his channel if you haven't already. His content is fantastic.