Gilmoy: 11.Rhe1 is a hidden double on Be7, which prepares the thematic 12.Nd5 sac to open the e-file.
A. White's idea is 13.Nf5, with strong pressure on e7/g7.
B. Against 13..Kf8 14.Qg3 with a Ruy-like K-side attack, e.g. Bh6. White scores 3/4 in the database, and the one loss came after Black alertly played 14.Re8! 15.Rg8! defending <both> focal points.
C. Black's idea is Rc8 with counterplay on c. This costs White one tempo, usually for a rook lift to 2.
D. Black sometimes returns the piece just to buy a tempo, as in this game's 14..Ne5.
E. This game is singleton for 13..dxe4. Black combines this with #D, but miscalculates by one move -- White doesn't need to defend c2 just yet because the N check wins by force. 17..Kxe7 18.exd6+ and Black's N is pinned, so 17..Kd7 18.Qf5+ Kc6 19.Qxe4+ etc.