There had been requests for the Sicilian Dragon, but as this is a family site I felt that cult followings should be kept at a distance. Instead we have the Dunst Opening (1.Nc3) which was named after the New York master, Theodore Alexander Dunst.
1.Nc3 is actually a pretty good first move that can transpose into a Veresov after 1…d5 2.d4 Nf6 3.Bg5! or a Vienna after 1…e5 2.e4. Dunst players may be more likely to meet 1…d5 with 2.e4 and 1…e5 with 2.Nf3, giving the game an original turn. This in fact is what happened in the following game which saw a rapid win for White.
A number of top players have been using the Dunst in blitz, most notably Magnus Carlsen and Dimitri Andreikin. Going further down the rating list you can find a number of GMs trying it in normal tournament games, like Ian Rogers in this one: