[FEN ""] 1.e4 g6 2.d4 Bg7 3.Nc3 c6 4.f4 d5 (4...Qb6 5.Nf3 d5 6.e5 Bg4 7.Be2) 5.e5 Qb6
According to the Lichess Masters database, both
4...d5 5.e5 Qb6 are sidelines for Black that score quite well. Which is the more accurate move order here?
To me, it seems like
4...Qb6 is better / more forcing since it comes with a double attack on the d-pawn, forcing White to play
5.Nf3 and giving our light-squared bishop a clear path to develop on
5.e5 seems premature to me-- we haven't committed our d-pawn, so we can start undermining the center with
5...d6.) On the other hand, I don't really see the point of
4...d5 5.e5 Qb6-- White can play pretty much anything he wants for his 6th move, ie. he can question your queen immediately with
6.Na4 and then consolidate his pawn chain with
c3, or make it harder for our bishop to develop with
6.h3. Is my intuition that
4...Qb6 is better correct?