Surely someone on here has done the same trick.
Let's say I play 1.e4 against someone, so he plays 1.e4 against Fat Lady.
Fat lady plays 1...e6 so he plays 1...e6 v me. I play 2.d4 he plays 2.d4 v Fat Lady.
And so it goes on. I am infact playing Fat Lady throuh this lad.
This stunt has been known since the turn of the last century when an old BCM
mentioned it could happen in a corres game.
One day when I have more time on my hands and can figure out a good way
to search for it I'll do a run on my RHP collection.
I've found a few 'learning from your losses' mirror games, which is not the same
thing as these games can be seperated by years.
GovnarSmrti walked in the Blackburne Shilling Trap in 2007. Game 3669286
He liked the idea and sprung it himself on drummerman in 2008 Game 5525439
and pulled off the same trick v smiler2705 in 2009 Game 6900371
Of course some players need knocked on the head twice before it sinks in.
Say a big hello to bdh191 to fell for this v Marko Krale in 2006 Game 2014761
and fell for it again v Indosmart Game 5033505