I got some help from my Rybka 4 in this annotations. I will try to describe my thoughs and plans.
I usually play d4, it is a matter of taste.
1... d5 2. Ng1f3 Nb8c6 3. c4
another possibility is e3 and than c4
3... Ng8f6 4. e3
another possibility according to my silicon was cxd5, Nxd5, e4 and than d5. Actually white get a nice position because has some space advantage, also a small trap after d5 knight should go to b8 and not a5 because of Qa4+ and Bd2 and white is clearly better. The Qb6 and threating Qxb2 does not work at all Well i am going to play cxd5 in the future perhaps.
This pin usually bores me. Perhaps because i like to develop my bishop to d3 and the queen is pinned there.
So to get rid of this pin i played a natural move. Of course Nc3 or cxd5 are candidate moves but i choose Be2 so i can move my queen freely in the future.
strengths the central pawn and let space for B bishop.
So now with the king safe, i will start to develop my queenside
a nice move.. According to silicon this is Queen Gambit: Chigorin defense D07
At least Nc3
This move made me a little suspicious, perhaps black is going to castle queen side.