King's pawn or Queen's?


I love d4. People that say that e4 is more fighting haven't seen enough.


I play 1. e4 a lot more when I don't know my opponent simply because it's the one whose theory I've studied a lot more. And I know lots of opening book lines and usually have a response to all of the common moves. However, I HATE playing against the Sicilian Defense (1... c5). If I know my opponent might go for that, I play 1. d4. And also, I love playing the Queen's Gambit, so that's a plus happy.png