I know this is probably a question that can't be answered fully, but I'm looking for recommendations on openings that "tend" to lead to either quick endgames or are advantageous to a good endgame player (or at least somebody who enjoys endgames like I do!). Note: I have just gotten back into chess over the last few months, and am concentrating mainly on Tactics and positional skills, but my opening play has cost me in the last 2 OTB games I played at my local club, so I do need to get a reliable repertoire going.
As black, I mainly play the Caro-Kann against 1.e4 (I feel the Caro is solid, but can be either tactical or positional, and I like the balance), and the QGD, Tartakower var. against 1.d4. As white, I like 1.e4 and don't mind a tactical, open game. I don't trust my closed game positional skills yet, but I do not find slow positional games boring (I think all types of games are fun!).
As white, I am looking into adding the Ruy Lopez exchange, and the Scotch game, though I am nervous in the Scotch because it seems like it can be "too" tactical and if I'm not prepared, will get creamed; though I have read that some variations lead to good endgames.
As black I am thinking about the Queen's gambit Accepted against the 1.d4 QG. I have looked over some Anand games and it seems like the QGA can be solid and dynamic, which I like.
Note: I do not blindly play for endgames all the time and I understand the the position dictates how play should proceed, I'm just looking for a repertoire that "generally" leads to those kind of positions.
Now your advice! An comments on the above or recommendations would be great! Thanks!