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b) 10 e5!? (a new idea) 10...i.b7 11 exd6 &xd6 12 We3 and then:

bl) 12...£>bd7 13£>xe6!. b2) 12...0-0 13 0-0-0! h6 14^dxb5! Wahls.

b3) 12...i.e5!? 13 0-0-0 &bd7 and now, rather than 14 jLxe6?! fxe6 15 £ixe6 ®b6! 16 ®h3 &f7 17 i.xf6 £>xf6 18 &g5+ &g6 19 ®d3+ <«Ê?xg5

20 h4+ <&h6 21 Wf5 g6 22 ®xe5 Shd8 T Jose-Gual, Badalona 2001, White should play 14 f4!.

b4) 12...JLc5 13 0-0-0 (13 ±xf6 gxfôï) 13...£ta6! (13...£>bd7 14±xe6! 0-0 15 ±b3 ± K.Müller-Wahls, German Ch (Gladenbach) 1997) 14 ±xf6 gxf6 15 £>e4? (15 <£d5 Wd8 16 c3 » Wahls) 15...£xd4! (15...±e7? 16£tf5! +-) 16 Sxd4 £)xd4 17 &xf6+ <S?f8! 18 Wxd4 Sd8! + Lobron-Novikov, Bad Wiessee 1999. 10...£>bd7

10...0-0?! 11 e5 dxe5 (ll...Ab7 12 exf6! ±) 12 Axf6! (12 Ôdxb5 ®c6! = Bakhmatov-Bangiev, Simferopol 1986) 12...exd4 (or 12...i.xf6 13 £sxe6!; 12...gxf6 13 £>f5!) 13 i.xe7 Wxe7 14

Wxa8 ± Meister-Kuporosov, USSR 1986.

If 10...&C6, then not 11 e5 &xd4! or 11 £>xc6 Wxc6 12 ±xf6 &xf6 13 <2M5 ±e5!, but 11 ±xf6! &xf6 12 <5M5!±.

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