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It is likely that there is a better move here:

a) 10...£ic6 11 c3 (11 £ixc6!? £xc6 - 9..Ad710 S el ¿hc611 £ixc6 ±xc6) ll...i.e7!? 12cxb4<£>xb4 13 £ic3 0-0 (13...ôc6!?) 14 £.a4!? and now 14...Sc8 15Wb3d5 16Sdl &c5 17 a3 dxe4 18 £ixe6 i.xf2+ 19 &fl Wa5 20 Wxb4 Wf5 21 £>f4 may favour White, Shtyrenkov-Dvoirys, Kursk 1987.

b) 10...±e7 11 c3 (11 a3!? is possible) 1 l...bxc3 (11...0-0 12 cxb4 £ixe4 13 f3 14 Sxe6! ± Virostko-Para-monov, Plzen 1998) 12 &xc3 0-0 13 f4 <£lbd7 (13...£ic6!?) 14 e5 dxe5 15

fxe5 £>e8 16 ^xe6 fxe6 17 &xe6+ <&h8, and, instead of 18 ®xd7 i.c5+ 19 i.e3 Wb6 with a draw, Yakovich-Dvoirys, Kursk 1987, it is worth studying 18 Lxdl £lc5+ 19 Le3 Wg5 20 ®d2 Sf3 21 £)dl.

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