I have often (or this one video just got it stuck in my head) heard Youtube videos (time 2:37, nothing else relevant) refer to this kind of pawn structure as a “crab” pawn structure (below, white pawns.) The name makes sense because it is like a crab pincer enclosing the board, as agadmator said.
Is there a good opening, including variations and traps, that revolves around a “crab” pawn structure? I would like to utilize such an unorthodox playing method to surprise opponents. I would like to know advantages/disadvantages of the opening, such as how to counter/play it. There is no need to cover all possible variations.
You may post a full length game with the structure if you wish to for better explanation and/or demonstration purpoes.
Just to clarify, as long as the structure of the pawns, as shown in the example, is the same, the “crab” can be anywhere on the board.