A well known opening is the Ruy Lopez chess opening. If you do not know much about openings, this one might be worth studying first. I will go through each move, show the final positions of the chess opening and then round off with possible moves from that.
White starts an attack immidiately with “king’s pawn” by moving pawn to E4.
Black mirrors white’s move and moves pawn to D5. White moves knight to F3.
Black moves knight to C3. White attacks by moving bishop to B5.
White has taken control of the center of the board and has prepared to castle at the same time. The PGN for the Ruy Lopez chess opening is 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5.
Blacks might consider attacking white’s bishop by moving pawn to A3. Black might also consider other options.
You might also want to study the Sicilian defense chess opening.