Dim on the rim?

Position after 5.Na3
Romanishin Gambit [A13] with GM Tony Kosten

Bartel has tried the rare, but logical, 5.Na3 a couple of times now, defending c4 while attacking b5:

Position after 5.Na3

White may gain a tempo in certain lines, although the problem is that the knight may be misplaced later on c2. I particularly liked White's powerful positional, then tactical play in the following position:

Position after 11...a5

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