I don't think you can learn anything properly in 10 minutes, but if you want a tactical line that leads to slightly offbeat positions, the I've got one for you.
The line in question is the so called Milner-Barry gambit. It goes as:
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 c5 4. c3 Nc6 5. Nf3 Qb6 6. Bd3 Bd7 7. O-O cxd4 8. cxd4 Nxd4 9. Nxd4 Qxd4 10. Nc3
The idea is to keep the black king in the center and harass him way before he has time of developing the pieces to any active square. In case of an early castling or even castling in not the best conditions, white already has his whole army looking at the kingside and the attack is very powerful.
Keep in mind that this is a gambit, so one cannot in general stick to standard development, but usual moves in this positions are
Re1 and benefit from the pin of the
e6 pawn, as at some point black will take on
f4 with ideas of
f5 and blasting open the position. If
Qg4 is not played, then
Qe2 is another useful post for the queen.
This is a gambit that has an all right reputation, but is not seen at top level since it doesn't offer anything special with correct play by black. Against unprepared opponents, they usually think that the pawn sacrifice is actually a blunder (so many pawns are lost everyday against the French with the Advance variation), and do not defend correctly against the following attack, which allows for a quick sweep in case of black playing
0-0 as white's attack is deadly.