5th e3 is very popular these days . 1.d4 nf6 2. c4 c5 3.d5 b5 4.ab5 a6 5.e3 e6 6.nc3 ed5 7. nd5 bb7 8.nf6 qf6 9.nf3 . This line is not covered in our course sir . please update it .
This line was suggested in the modern chess database for white by Grigorov Grigor. And in the benko gambit course by Erwin Lami he said that this line is most critical as of now . he could not refute it . There are many ways we can get minus postions by playing normal moves. i think this move needs some deep prep because we dont get typical benko structure. personally i dont like the arising structures and because of the analysis given by Grigorov Grigor he analyzed almost all variations and i didnt like black arising postion .. i am very curious how we are gonna refute this line
after 5...g6 6.nc3 bg7 7. e4 and a4 bc4 ne2 if black ever capture on b5 white captures with the bishop is slightly better for white and about your line there is a good move after nbd7 h3 if i remember correctly which gives white a good position. if 5 g6 is better than e6 it would be in the course .
thanks for the reply
I played 2 days ago a line from this same position in an Online Torunament of the Japanese Chess Federation. I think that the resulting position was very promissing for Black, the game has lots of mistakes and places where we can begin to improve, but after 3 or 4 moves since 9.Nf3 I believe that Black position was good. I checked the game and I know that I will need to move the knight faster in the future and I do not need to hurry in centralizing the rooks. See the game here, it was pretty wild...