Originally posted by AkashicI play a lot of the Nimzo/QID. But I sometimes play the Cambridge Springs. There are a lot of traps in the Cambridge.
Queen's Indian and Nimzo Indian are my choices. The Grunfeld is nice too.
Originally posted by demonseedI'll second this choice however there are some very difficult lines for black (the Rb1 lines) which I don't yet have a line against that I like.
I like the Benko Gambit.
The nice thing about this gambit is that it is a positional sacrifice based on black's gaining a superior pawn structure and moving his heavy artillery on the a and b files. You can even head straight for an endgame, in a lot of positions, a pawn down.
Originally posted by WulebgrThat's what I started with, but I found the resulting openings difficult to understand. Now I play the Dutch. I don't have much experience with it yet (there aren't that many d4 players at TFC), but so far it suits me quite well.
If you don't know what to play, then meet d4 with d5