Queen's Pawn Openings
These pages list all chess opening training software devoted to the Queen's Pawn chess opening, where White plays 1.d4 on the first move. Often considered more strategic than the King's Pawn opening, the move 1.d4 can still lead to extreme tactical encounters, as in Albin's Countergambit - or the whole series of gambits explored in Complete 1.d4 Gambits. On the other hand, you can find chess opening software about super-solid chess openings or maybe become a specialist in handling the Isolated Queen's Pawn arising from the Tarrasch Defense (after 1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 c5). Everything from repertoires to chess theory on little-known 1.d4 sidelines is here - chess opening training software to help you master the Queen's Pawn chess opening.