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If you have to use help a lot then I was soooooooooooo correct!!!
I'm thinking not alot know about this because there are a lot of natural moves black may play to avoid this in the beginning so I wouldn't expect to see this specific sequence... well, ever really.
Not an opening trap, but good tactical stuff :)
6... d4 may not be played often.
I would proabably just play 4..n-f6 and ask you why you are opening the position with only your queen "developed"
Chess it's to mess up the position and erikido23, people never analyze this positon deep enough, you just have to play it for a while.
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