Recently I've been watching a streamer who plays chess. He's been using an aggressive opening with 3. Qxf7 (when he's white). The opponent is forced to respond with Kxf7. And the streamer always wins even against strong masters so I think the position is strongly winning for white.
For an exmaple game, consider 1. e4 e5 2. Qh5 kf6 3. Qxf7 Kxf7.
Yes white is down a queen, but look at the compensation. Black is down a critical e pawn leaving a big hole in the middle. Black is forced to bongcloud and loses castling rights. Black is down a tempo or more, having to move the king to safety, allowing white to develop faster. And finally, black is in an unfamiliar position and taken by surprise (unless this opener catches on).
Is there anything black can do to stabilize and win, or if that's not possible, draw in this position?