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1. g3 e5 2. Bg2 d5 3. c3!? c5(Nf6 transposes) 4. d3 Nf6 5. Nd2 Nc6 6. Ngf3 Be7 7. O-O Bf5 8. Re1 O-O 9. Qc2 Qc7 10. e4
as a freeing maneuver and White's pieces are supporting the pawn advance and once the center is liquidated, White's bishop is bearing down the long diagonal, White's rook is ready for action, and the bishop can be released after the knight comes to e4 or c4. Then the dark-squared bishop can come to f4 or g5 to bring more pressure to Black's queenside. I believe that the activity of White's pieces after 10.e4 and a later d4 compensate for Black's large center and piece mobility. The one problem, I believe, is that White's e4 advance is a little bit too slow, for an ambitious player who's playing Black, they could push to e4 first, and then White would have to play very accurately and hypermodern in order to achieve anything.