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No, this is a variation on a circle parry and a counter circle parry.
Both are commonly taught in French and Italian style foil fencing.
A circle parry is when you amid your opponents blade by moving
your blade around theirs in a circle. A counter circle parry is circling
around your opponents circle that they cant get their blade past
to stab you.
When two fencera know each other well, this often
apperas. l becomes a game of chicken, it only ends when
Corleone is willing to risk leaving an opening that they Can launch
a different attack.
The foil version of this happens at least onee a practice on my
college fencing team. The only difference is that the blades are
horizontal rather than diagonal.
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