Openings after 1.d4 d5 {printable - 5 pages} 
1.Macey Nettleton Opening System 
White should attack in the centre with e4 or c4. 
2. Colle Zukertort Opening System 
White plays for the e4 break. This will free his Q Bishop, and allow him to attack on the K-side. 
White may also play b3 + Bb2 instead of c3 {Zukertort} 
3. The "Stonewall" 
White establishes a strong pawn chain. He intends Ne5, K-side attack with Qe1 to h4, Rf3 etc, or central break e4  
4. Veresov 
White intends to play e4, possibly using Bg5 [if Black plays Nf6] and f3 
5. The Trompovski 
White intends to exchange his Bishop for the Knight [after Nf6], doubling Black’s pawns. Then play his pawns on Black squares [c3, e3] and Bd3 etc. 
6. The Torre Attack 
White may play in a similar fashion to the Trompovski, or play to tranpose into a Queen’s Gambit, or play as in the Macey Nettleton system. 
7. Queen’s Gambit 
White offers a pawn get rid of Black’s d5 pawn, and intends e4 and Bxc4 regaining his pawn with the better centre. 
8. Queen’s Gambit Accepted 
Black accepts the pawn, and hopes to counter attack the White centre by playing c5. 
[He does not try to hang on to the pawn]. 
9.Queen’s Gambit Declined 
Black establishes a strong point at d5 by defending d5 with his e pawn. 
10.Queen’s Gambit Slav Defence 
Black establishes a strong point at d5 by defending d5 with his c pawn, so that he does not block in his Q Bishop. 
11.The Catalan 
White establishes a strong fianchettoed K Bishop and plays a Queen’s Gambit. 
12. Tchigorin Defence 
If White plays cxd5 Black will recapture on d5 with his Queen to play down the open d file and pressure the d4 pawn.  
13. Dutch Stonewall Defence 
1.d4 d5 2.c4 e6 3.Nc6 f5 then Black develops as in the diagram and looks to attack on the K-side as shown. 
14. Baltic Defence 
1.d4 d5 2.c4 Bf5 This defence intends to solve the problem of the "problem child" - the QBishop, which is often hemmed in in other defences to the QG. 
If White does not take the d5 pawn on move 3 then Black will play e6,c6 Nf6 etc. e.g. 3.Nc3 e6 4.cxd5 exd5 5.Qb3 Nc6 ! Instead it is best for White to take the d5 pawn on move 3 then 3.cxd5 Bxb1 4.Qa4+ c6 5.Rxb1 Qxd5 6.Nf3 which is 67% White. 
15. Marshall Defence 
1.d4 d5 2.c4 Nf6 Black defends the d5 pawn with the Knight. This is considered dubious because of 3.cxd5 Nxd5 4.e4 which is 80% White 
16. Symmetrical Defence 
1.d4 d5 2.c4 c5 This is considered dubious - 3.cxd5 Qxd5 [if Black play cxd4 White plays 4.Qa4+ Bd7 5.Qxd4 winning a pawn] 4. Nf3 cxd4 5.Nc3 Qa5 6.Nxd4 which is 70% White. 
The following are included for the sake of completeness. They are covered in the Gambit section. 
17. 18. 
17. Albin Counter Gambit 
18. Blackmar Diemer Gambit