This one is just winning for white, so I don't think I'll have my inbox spammed with "But what about this line..." over this particular blog!
The Englund gambit starts with 1. d4 e5? There is a trap based around 2. dxe5 Nc6 3. Nf3 Qe7?!
I'm going to recommend you 'fall for it'.
My (now standard) disclaimer: Your opponent will not be obliged to play the exact line I have given black in this game. He/she is free to make even worse moves, at which point you'll have to start thinking for yourself. Sometimes the resulting positions are still complicated, but I can assure you this: your position will be objectively better.