Is the Sveshnikov the most forcing Sicilian?

complexanalysis1

The Anti-Sicilians are no worry theoretically so we start with the open and I noticed that against the Najdorf white has lots of different setups. Whereas with the sveshnikov there's only really 7 Nd5 9Nd5 and 9 Bxf6. Does that mean the sveshnikov allows black to force white to follow narrow theory more than the other sicilians? Does that mean it's the most forcing out of all of all the e4 openings except maybe french or something?

FizzyBand

Actually if you play the Sveshnikov (2...Nc6) there is a worrying anti-Sicilian in the Rossolimo. Like you said the Sveshnikov has three different big lines so that’s not really forcing. Perhaps the Classical is more narrow as the only good move is the Rauzer mainline of Bg5

complexanalysis1

Is the Rauzer not supposedly better for white unless I'm mistaken. And since we're considering the Rossolimo major why not 6Bc4 is the Rossolimo more dangerous than that against the Classical. Although that's still 2 vs 4 so I suppose you're right

FizzyBand

Bg5 is strong Bc4 doesn't lead to anything much for White