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Show opening mateing tricks!
They don't work against people who know the game though so they are not worth trying on people.
That first one isn't a puzzle.
1. You shouldn't play a move based on a mistake your opponent might make.
2. c5 has the same effect.
The second is just ridiculous.
I've done that first Caro Kann trap in #5, but it make you feel dirty playing Qe2.
I've won with this. Wouldn't really call it a trap though:
Black hadn't seen Morphys Opera Game :D
Every time I see Bg4 I'm praying I recreate that game
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