I was the mod who cast the second delete vote (a community member had already voted to delete the answer). My wording for the comment I wrote afterwards was
Please only post answers that are interpersonal solutions to the question asked; this does not address the question.
My thought process was basically "Well, the question asks whether or not the OP should intentionally lose, not what sort of opening he should make in the game." I would argue that saying "Do moves leading to [X, Y, Z]" or somesuch aren't interpersonal. A good interpersonal answer would talk about how the other person would feel about the situation.
What I should have said was that it's a low-quality answer; you didn't give any reasons why your answer was a good one or why you think it works. This is the sort of thing we delete. Therefore, your answer was deleted. If you edit it and flag it for undeletion using a custom flag, then it may be undeleted.
All of that said, I should add that the question, in its current form, is not a fantastic one - not terrible, but a yes-or-no question, and so it's currently on hold as primarily opinion-based. The interpersonality of the situation is debatable, I feel; we'll see how things look if the OP edits it.