(Appendix2)Also some analysis / games with my another recommendation 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 f5 3.Nxe5 Qf6 4.Nc4! fxe4 5.Nc3Qf7! 6.Nc3
d5!?. I would like to point out that LG experts are currently trying this relatively unexplored line. IM's I. Oren and I. Budovksis in the past, and French C. Deneuville in our days, have drawn some games in easy way. From this position White can choose
7.Ncxd5 or
7.Nexd5 and sometimes even they transposes:
A) 7. Ncxd5 and now:
A1) 7...Be6 8.Bc4 Bd6 (8...c6 9.Nc7+ Qxc7 10.Bxe6 ; 8...Na6 9.Bxa6 Bxd5 10.Nxd5 Qxd5 11.c4)
9.00!? (9.Bb3 Nc6 10.Nce Nf6 11.00 =
SchoenherrScholvin, cr BdF, 1980 ; also 9.b3!?)
9...Nc6 (9...c6?! 10.Nc3 Bxc4 11.Nxe4 Bxh2+ 12.Kxh2 Qc7+ 13.Kg1 Bxf1 14.Kxf1 with compensation, White threatens Qh5+ and Nc4)
10.f3 exf3 11.Rxf3 Qd7 (11...Nf6 12.Nxf6+ gxf6 13.Bxe6 Qxe6 14.d4)
12.d4 000 13.c3 with a small plus
MelchorArdila, cr. email LADAC thema, 2008 10 in 61 moves, White got the initiative gradually in the middle game and with a good technique won in the ending
A2) 7...c6 8.Nc3 (the same position arises from 7.Nexd5 c6 8.Ne3)
8...Nf6 and now:
A2a) 9.d3 Bb4 it will analyzed in B2 by trasposition
A2b) 9.Bc4 Be6:

10.Qe2 is unexplored

10.d3 exd3 (10...Nbd7 in first place is more accurate)
11.Qxd3 Nbd7 12.Bxe6 Qxe6 13.00 000 (13...Bc5 14.Qf5! Qxf5 15.Nxf5 00 16.Be3 )
14.Qf5! and White maintain some initiative
MalmströmOren, cr. 2nd LG World Ch., 1997 but the game finished in draw after 61 hard moves.

10.Bxe6 Qxe6 11.d3 (or 11.00 Na6 – 11...Nbd7 12.d3 000
KozlovOren, 1st. LG World Cg., cr. 1994 1/21/2 in 29 is another possibility – 12.Qe2 000 13.a3 Nc7 14.Re1 Bc5 15.b4 Bd4 etc.
SvendsenBudovskis, cr. 2nd. LG World Ch., 1997 game was draw in 37 moves, or 12.f3 exf3 13.Rxf3
MarroneZanolin, cr. email ICCF, 2007 and now f.i. 13...000 14.d4 g6)
11...Bb4 (11...Nbd7!? ; 11...exd3)
12.00 exd3 13.Re1!? 00 14.cxd3 Na6 15.Nc4 Qf5 16.Re5 Qd7 17.Re2 with a small preassure although game was draw after 45 moves
BudovskisOren, cr. 1st LG World Ch., 1994 B)7. Nexd5 and now:
B1) 7... Be6 is the move played actually instead of “old” 7..c6 which it will be quoted in B2 (if 7...Af5? 8.Bc4 Nc6? 9.Nb5
10 NagleyRobbiani, cr email IECC, 2000 ; or 7...Bc5?! 8.Qe2  8.d4!? – 8...c6? – better 8...Kf8 – 9.Nxe4
+ winning
MalmströmLogunov, cr. 2nd. LG World Ch. cr. 1997)
8.Bc4 (8.Ne3 Nf6 9.f3 Bc5 10.fxe4 Nc6 – 10...00 – 11.Bb5 00 12.00 Qg6 and Black have a good development in spite of momentary two pawns down
ElburgDeneuville, cr. email 6th LG World Ch. sf.A, 2008 1/21/2 in 33 moves)
8...Na6!? ! new evolutions ! (8...Bd6 9.Qe2 ; and 8...Nc6 fails by 9.Nxc7+ Qxc7 10.Bxe6):
B1a) 9.
d4 000 10.Bxa6 Bxd5 11.Nxd5 Qxd5 12.Be2 Qxd4 13.Qxd4 Rxd4 14.Be3 Rd8 15.00 Nf6 = the game was draw in a few moves
MelchorDeneuville, cr. email 6th LG World Ch. sf.A, 2008 B1b) 9.Qe2 000 10.Bxa6 Bxd5 11.Nxd5 Qxd5 12.Bc4 Qf5 13.00 Nf6 14.d3 Bc5 15.dxe4 Qxe4 16.Bg5 Qg6 draw in 45 moves after oppositebishop ending where the extra White pawn in not sufficient
MelchorMalmström, cr. email 6th LG World Ch. sf.A, 2008 B1c) 9.d3 000 10.Bxa6 Bxd5 11.Nxd5 Qxd5 12.Bc5 Qc6 – 12...Qf5 is also good –
13.Qg4+ Kb8 14.00 Nf6 15.Qg5 exd3 16.Bxd3 Bc5 – or 16...Rd5!? – maybe White is a bit better, but I think Black will not have any problem although logically it will not win the game
DomingoMelchor, cr. email 6th LG World Ch. sf.A, 2008
B2) 7…c6 8.Nc3 Nf6 9.d3 (9.Bc4 Be6 trasposes to previous A2b)
9...Bb4 with the lines:
B2a) 10.Be2 00 (better is 10...Be6 11.00 exd3 12.Qxd3 Nbd7)
11.00 exd3 12.Qxd3 (12.cxd3 Be6 13.f4 Qe7 14.d4 Nbd7 15.a3 Bd6 16.Nc4 Nd5 aprox. =
ElburgMalmström, cr. email 6th LG World Ch. sf.A, 2008 draw in 44)
12...Na6 (12...Re8 13.Rd1 Be6 14.Qd4 Be7 15.b3 with advantage)
13.Ne4 (13.a3)
13...Nxe4 14.Qxe4 Re8 15.Qf3 (or best 15.Qd4)
15...Qxf3 (15...Be6!?)
16.Bxf3 Bd6 17.a3 with a small advantage, finally White won after some mistakes of second player
RosenstielkePecis, cr. email 5th. LG World Ch. final, 2005 B2b) 10.Bd2 and now again three lines:

10...00 11.Be2 (11.f3 exf3 12.Qxf3 Qg6 13.h3?! Nd5 14.Qe2? Bxc3 – 14...Nf4! 15.Qf2 Nxh3 – 15.bxc3 Qg3+
LogunovBudovskis, cr. 2nd LG World Ch., 1997 ; or 11.dxe4 Bxc3 12.Bxc3 Nxe4 13.Bc4 Be6 14.Bxe6 Qxe6)
11...exd3 12.Bxd3 Bxc3 13.Bxc3 Nd5 14.00 Nxc3 15.bxc3 Be6 16.f4 Re8? (16...Qe8 is a bit better)
17.f5! Bd5 18.Nxd5 cxd5 19.f6! and soon White have a strong attack and Black castle ruined
PecisMelchor, cr. email 5th LG World Ch. final, 2005
10...Rf8 (
1/21/2 LogunovOren, cr. 1st LG World Ch., 1994)
11.Qe2 exd3 12.Qxd3 Be6 13.a3 Bc5 14.f4 Nbd7 15.f5 Bd5 16.Nexd5 Nxd5 17.Qe2+ Kd8 18.000 Nxc3 19.Bxc3 Qxf5 20.Kb1 Kc7 Black built a fortress and
draw was agreeded on 35 moves
MelchorDeneuville, cr. ICCF thema, 2001.

10...exd3 11.Bxd3 00 12.00 (12.Bc4 Be6 13.Qe2 Bxc4 14.Qxc4 Qxc4 15.Nxc4 Re8+ 15...Nbd7 – 16.Kf1?!  16.Ne3 Ng4 – 16...Nbd7 17.f3 b5 etc. Surpresively Black
won at move 22
LogunovOren, cr. 2nd LG World Ch., 1997)
12...Na6 ( but not 12...Be6?? 13.Ne4! Nxe4 14.Bxb4 Rd8 15.f3 winning a piece
StrautinsOren, cr. 2nd LG World Ch., 1997 : neither 12...Bxc3 13.Bxc3 Be6 14.Qf3 – 14.Be5!? – 14...Nbd7 15.Rfe1 Nc5 16.Bf5! with
advantage BudovskisOren, cr. 2nd. LG World Ch., 1997)
13.a3 Bd6 14.Nf5 Bxf5 15.Bxf5 Rad8 That's all!Alejandro Melchor
amelchor@eresmas.net