My second posting from Jorge Quinones is a Blackmar-Diemer Gambit Ziegler 6.Bc4 e6 variation. As is common, the game in this line between Jorge Victor Quinones Borda and Claudio Correa De Almeida transposes to what could be reached via a BDG Euwe 5.Nf3 e6 6.Bc4 c6. White works up a very powerful attack. Jorge Quinones writes:
"On a different topic, I have been checking Mr. Scheerer´s book for some days, and I have found until now at least two or three really bad suggestions (that lose the game or at least leave you much worst), do you also found some bad lines suggested there?"
Yes. However I remember that Christoph Scheerer published improvements to his book in ChessPublishing.com. It is hard to write perfect commentary. What I really appreciate from Scheerer is that he wrote the book at all! I know from the four books that I wrote that the whole process is very hard, and one gets paid very little. Probably if an author got a job at McDonalds he would make far more money per hour than by writing chess books.
Clearly he revised it. The publisher announced the coming book many times, each with a larger number of pages. Another good thing I like about Scheerer's book is that he has clear evaluations and expresses definite opinions. Since he IS an International Master, Scheerer's assessments are more accurate than most chess players. Most of the book seems good to me. I am sure some of the games cited would have turned out better if one of the players had played differently. It is hard to write perfect commentary.
There are "some bad lines suggested" in every chess book. Even Larry Kaufman who writes computer perfect opening books changed some of his lines from his first book to the second. For me, some of those lines Scheerer covers have given me many creative and beautiful victories. I play some "bad" lines because (1) I am more comfortable in them that in "better" lines, and (2) Black often misplays these "bad for White" lines.
Quinones (1896) - Correa De Almeida (1660), ZI-2012-0-01430 Lechenicher SchachServer, 24.11.2012 begins 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nc3 d5 3.e4 dxe4 4.f3 exf3 5.Nxf3 c6 6.Bc4 e6 [6...Bf5] 7.0-0 Be7 8.Bg5 0-0 9.Qd2 [9.Qe2!?] 9...Nbd7 10.Qf4 Qb6 11.Bd3 Qxb2 [11...Rd8 12.Qg3=] 12.Ne2!? [12.Ne4! Nd5 13.Qg3] 12...Qb4 [12...c5 13.Qh4 Re8 14.Rab1 Qa3 15.Rb3+/=] 13.Qh4 Re8 14.Kh1 h6 [14...Bd8=/+] 15.Bxh6 gxh6 16.g4 Bf8 [16...e5 17.g5 e4 18.gxf6+-] 17.g5 hxg5 18.Qxg5+ Bg7 19.Rg1 Qf8 [19...Kf8 20.Qxg7+ Ke7 21.Ng5+-] 20.Qh6 Re7 21.Rxg7+ Qxg7 22.Rg1 Qxg1+ 23.Kxg1 Ne4 24.Ng3 f6 25.Bxe4 Rg7 26.Kf2 Rxg3 27.hxg3 Kf7 28.g4 Ke7 29.g5 1-0
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