I can't let you go on playing this opening without all the theory.
Every pawn from h to a moved up a file (to the second rank), so it is called the ha2 or ha two.
This sounds like a sneeze. There you have it.
Adam's Whiskey Attack or The Sneeze Attack
Now, to the theory.
First of all, there is the drawish nature of the symmetrical variation.
1.e3 e6 2.f3 f6 3.d3 d6 and so on.
I believe this has led many a Grandmaster away from the varaition.
There is also the macho symmetrical variation.
1.e3 e5 2.f3 f5 3.d3 d5 and so on.
Watch out for that one !!!
On the plus side, blacks position can become very loose if he is not careful.
Third is the come and get me variation.
1.e3 Nf6 2.f3 Nc6 3.d3 Ng8 4.c3 Nb8
And last but not least there is the modern trend
Castle's ahoy variation
1.e3 h5 2.d3 a5 3.d3 Ra6 4.c3 Rh6
IM William Kfsjorfjo has an unbeaten streak in this line for black.
To keep up to date on all the trends of this opening, I recommend readers to www.sneezeattack.com/Kfsjorfjo.
Also next month's New In Chess should have a 20 page analysis of the variation.
Edit: Due to conflicting opinions on the opening's name and such, the piece has been pulled from New In Chess.
Perhaps adam will some day publish the analysis for us.