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Other moves:

b) 10...±e7 11 i.xe6! fxe6 12£\xe6 Wa5 is dangerous for Black though not completely clear.

c) 10...Sc8 11 a4bxa4(ll...b4 12 £ld5) 12 &xf6! ®xf6 13 ±xa4 2c7 14 <£f3 ¿Le7 15 e5 ± del Rio-Shirov, Madrid rpd 2000.

d) 10...&C5 11 &d5!®c7(ll...b4 12 £.xb7 ftxb7 13^d5 exd5 14 exd5+ <&d7 15 c3! ± Tal-Mukhin, USSR Ch

(Baku) 1972 or ll...exd5 12 exd5+ &d7 13 b4 £ia4 14 £\xa4 bxa4 15 c4 ±) 12 ±xf6 gxf6 13 b4! £)d7 14 ±xb7 Wxb7 15 Wh5 with an initiative, Pal-ermo-Najdorf, Mar del Plata 1965.

e) 10...®b6 11 a4! b4 12 £kl5 (12 a5!?) 12...exd5 13 exd5+ &d8 (or 13...£te5 14 a5 Wc5 15 &e3! ± Ad-ams-Sadler, Dublin Z 1993) 14 a5! (14 £k;6+!?, Golubev-Mantovani, Biel open 1992, 14...Axc6! 15 dxc6 ®xc6

and now 14...®c7 15 c3 with an attack (Adams) or 14...#c5 15 c4!.

f) After 10...Wc7!?, it appears to me that 11 ±xe6 fxe6 12 &xe6 ®c4 13 &xf8 Sxf8 14 Wxd6 0-0-0 15 £kl5 (Nei-Tolush, Riga 1959) 15...i.xd5! 16 exd5 £>b8 and 11 a4!? b4 12 £k!5 (Nei) 12...exd5! are not clear.

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