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Which ICE trains need compulsory reservation?

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I thought ICE Sprinter trains that travel entirely in Germany, such as Berlin-Frankfurt require compulsory reservation. But looking at bahn.hafas.de, for example, 9:34 Berlin departure ICE597 does not mention compulsory reservation. Some later trains mention about "voraussichtlich starke Nachfrage," which seem to mean while the reservation is not compulsory, it is recommended to make a seat reservation to assure a seat.

Are there really ICE trains requiring compulsory reservations? If so, how do they appear in the bahn.hafas.de listing so I can recognize one when I see it?

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