learn a few tactics in the Jobava London
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The first trick move order should not be recommended because if white wants to take advantage he should play 1.d4 and 2.C4, If you are just playing blitz and for fun then you can try these types of tricks.
The second trick position occurs sometimes and its good to know.
This is actual lines I had with a 2200+ rated player over the board. This wasn’t blitz. The opening you’re describing is the Queens Gambit this is in the Jobava London lines.