Chess: Polish (Sokolsky) opening

The Sokolsky Opening (also known as the Orangutan or Polish Opening) is an uncommon chess opening: 1.b4

Do you know why Tartakower named it the Orangutan?
Tartakower said he got the idea at a zoo

Chess opening: 1.b4

Black to move
1. …, e5
1. …, d5
1. …, Nf6
1. …, e6
1. …, c6
1. …, a5
1. …, f5
1. …, b6
1. …, c5
1. …, d6
1. …, b5 —– R Johansson vs O Gradin, 1985 1-0
1. …, Nc6 —– I Frosinos vs E Kritsiligou, 2000 1-0
1. …, a6 —– J F Cubas vs O Zambrana, 2002 1/2-1/2
1. …, b6
1. …, g5
1. …, f6
1. …, g6
1. …, Na6

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