@Spirit_Of_Light Not a new but a good trap, especially as it is a good opening, even if white does not fall into it. Eg. black can prevent standard London setups with it and Benoni transposition seems to be not so trivial.
There are numerous reasons why the move order 2.Lf4(!) has overtaken 2.Nf3 and 3.Bb4 in the LS.
My QID "trap" for example is ruled out as well, it works solely with the old sequence.
1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 b6!? 3.Bf4?! Ba6(!) an now what?
@Sarg0n However, 2.Bf4 (after 1.d4 Nf6) also allows 2...d5 and 3...Bf5 which is quite drawish because 3.c4 c5! =
@Sarg0n You are probably right, but i've never seen it in any lichess-trap-studies, that's why i decided to post it