North Sea Opening

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Richard Sharp's name for the opening in which England orders A Lvp-Yor, sends one fleet to the North Sea and does something "silly" with the other fleet (usually F Lon H, which provides the opportunity for a supported attack on the English Channel, at the cost of England's 1901 build). There are two variations: the Clyde (involving Edi-Cly) and the Thames (Lon-Wal).