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  What would be the ID reference for the Frankenstein and Dracula Variation of the Vienna Game.

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Originally posted by: "KwisatzHaderach"
It's Opening ID# 4503 in the Chessworld.net openings database.

I've never played this opening, but notice there is also a Werewolf variation of the Vienna game. Shouldn't there be a Mummy variation as well???




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It's Opening ID# 4503 in the Chessworld.net openings database.

I've never played this opening, but notice there is also a Werewolf variation of the Vienna game. Shouldn't there be a Mummy variation as well???



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I would like to offer a tournament with the start positions of Frankenstein and dracula Variation of the Vienna Game.But I cannot find it.Can anyone Help!