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The German openings are categorized as follows: if the Berlin army is sent to Kiel, then if Munich opens to Ruhr, the opening is a Blitzkrieg opening, and if Munich does not open to Ruhr, the opening is named according to the order of the Kiel fleet. Otherwise (if Berlin does not open to Kiel) the opening is categorized based on the order given to the Berlin army.
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==[[Richard Sharp]]'s Categorization of the German Openings==
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*Blitzkrieg Openings (A Ber-Kie, A Mun-Ruh)
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The German openings are categorized first by the order of the Berlin army.
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*Anschluss Openings (A Ber-Kie, F Kie-Den)
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*Dutch Openings (A Ber-Kie, F Kie-Hol)
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Then if ther Berlin army opens to Kiel and the Munich army goes to Ruhr, (most common) it is a [[Blitzkrieg Openings|Blitzkrieg Opening]], or if the Munich army does not go to Ruhr then the openings are categorized by the order of the Kiel fleet.
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*Dutch Boy Openings (A Ber-Kie, F Kie-HEL)
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*Western Barbarossa (A Ber-Kie, F Kie-BAL)
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*[[Blitzkrieg Openings]] (A Ber-Kie, A Mun-Ruh)
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*Gambit Openings (A Ber-Mun, F Kie-Hol)
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*Rhineland Openings (A Ber-Mun, F Kie-Den)
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'''German Openings with A Ber-Kie (but not A Mun-Ruh):'''
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*Prussian Openings (A Ber-Pru)
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*Silesian Openings (A Ber-Sil)
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*[[Anschluss Openings]] (A Ber-Kie, F Kie-Den)
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*Berlin Defense (A Ber H)
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*[[Dutch Openings]] (A Ber-Kie, F Kie-Hol)
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*[[Dutch Boy Openings]] (A Ber-Kie, F Kie-HEL)
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*[[Western Barbarossa]] (A Ber-Kie, F Kie-BAL)
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'''German Openings without A Ber-Kie:'''
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*[[Gambit Openings]] (A Ber-Mun, F Kie-Hol)
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*[[Rhineland Openings]] (A Ber-Mun, F Kie-Den)
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*[[Prussian Openings]] (A Ber-Pru)
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*[[Silesian Openings]] (A Ber-Sil)
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*[[Berlin Defense]] (A Ber H)
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==Other German Openings==
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[[Category:Opening]]
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[[Category:German Opening]]

Revision as of 03:25, 1 April 2008

Richard Sharp's Categorization of the German Openings

The German openings are categorized first by the order of the Berlin army.

Then if ther Berlin army opens to Kiel and the Munich army goes to Ruhr, (most common) it is a Blitzkrieg Opening, or if the Munich army does not go to Ruhr then the openings are categorized by the order of the Kiel fleet.

German Openings with A Ber-Kie (but not A Mun-Ruh):

German Openings without A Ber-Kie:

Other German Openings