D

10 ... £>c6 allows White to seize; more territory in the centre with

a) 11 ... ed 12 4lxd5 (also possible is 12 cd Juf3 13 Axf3 &e5 + Sahovic-Schmidt, Sombor 1978)

12 ... <Sxd5 13 txd5 £f6 14 2fdl (14 2abl #c8! gives Black more counterplay) 14 ... 2c8 15 2d2; Wa5 (Browne-Hort, San Antonio 1972) and now White should play

16 tSTxa5 <Sxa5 17 Scl ±. White's edge is much greater if h3 and jLh5 have been played since the bishop will be attacked after 14 #xd5.

14 Ag4! £>exc4 15 Axe6 <á?h8 16 Axb6 <Sxb6 17 Af6 18 Sadl ' I imman-Bagirov, Tbilisi 1971.

10 ... a5 transposes to Chapter 2, Mokry-Bagirov (page 24).

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