It would be a good book WW. And although this was a joke thread
(2...Nf6 and if 3.Qxc5 then Nxe4 is one line)
I just got fed up seeing posts asking for absolute winning lines
against every opening under the Sun from the starting position.
They do not exist.
I did show that humans can and have blundered v this line.
And the chances are the Black player's played 1...c5 becuase they
had heard the Sicialin was good and all they knew was the first move.
(not a natural Black move 1....c5 the masters never really appreciated how
good and complex this was until the early 1900's. Till then it was often
classed as an irregular opening).
Perhaps could do a book showing all these lines and ideas from
actual games played on RHP.
Showing games of their peers rather than the same old GM games
again and again and again and again and again......
with what NEVER happened in the notes.
Showing what DID happen would be rather refreshing.
These guys down there are not tossing moves out random there is
some thought behind them.
Their beautiful logic is just a few steps down from really good chess.
I have discovered an absolutely amazing game which is going
on the next Blog. A game that totally deserves to be pasted into
every beginners primer and it was played by a lad who is now 1900+
It's just a good and totally unique game of chess.
A game I posted in another thread is very instructive.
You understand every White move and why it was played.
1.e4 c5 2.Bc4 (hit f7 no messing about) 2...e5.
3.Qf3 threaten mate on f7.
4.g4. to chase the f6 Knight and mate on f7
5.c3 to stop the Knight coming to d4 to chase the Queen.
6. h3 cannot play g5 because Bg4 chasing the Queen so stops Bg4.
7. d3 attack the g5 pawn so he can clear the g5 square and
get ready to push the g-pawn again to mate on f2.
8. Bd5 needs Bishop for mate on f7 but sees after Nxd5 cxd5
that the a5 Knight has no retreat.
9.exd5 forced has to capture back on d5. All part of plan B.
10 b4 Traps Knight on a5. Game ends.
But now laying in the background.
10...cxb4 12 cxb4 Nc6 13.dxc6 Bxc6
I think your average 1400 player would get something from that.
The modern writer won't use such 'joke' games. (too much work).
"I'll show them Karpov-Spassky Leningrad 1973 they will understand that."
Here is the game from RHP. Full info in header.