When you learn the rules of chess you are told to control the central squares and not waste time in making little pawn moves with h3 or a3 or a6 or h6. These moves waste time and do not help you to complete your development constructively. But in some cases they are also very useful. In this example the 8-year-old boy learns his lesson of moving the rook pawns the hard way by losing two games! Hope you can learn from this video and avoid the same errors in your games.