Originally posted by wittywonkaTry and catch Dereque Kelley, at Chessopenings.com. He does very helpful and very interesting video,s on all of the major openings.
I'm interested in learning the QGA as a response to 1. d4.
Obviously I'm not playing at a grandmaster level so I don't care about whether conventional wisdom alleges that the QGA is "drawish" or not. I just want something reasonably playable that isn't too heavy on theory. Again, I'm playing at a sub-2000 level (more like sub-1500 honestly), so please ...[text shortened]... ep that in mind.
Please let me know of any resources or books you would recommend. Thank you!