7he5haman: <V Geriakov> Cheers, although I have just realised that <17.Rfd1> is suboptimal.
Instead, White should play:
11...Bg7 12. Bxa6 bxa6 13. Nxc7 Qc6 14. Nxa8 dxc5 15. Qc2 Rd8 16. Rac1 Bf8 <17. b4!>
Which casts serious doubt over 16...Bf8.
So Black should play <16...Qxa8> instead, and after 17. Qxc5, 17...Qxe4 18. Rfe1 Qf5 or 17...Be6 18.Ng5 17...Bg4 18.Nd2 or 17...Bb7 18.Rfd1 look playable for Black, with 17...Qxe4 looking like the best of the bunch.
Also, <15...Rd8> isn't forced, and given that the c5-pawn will eventually fall it might be better to wait and see where to best place the Rook. 15...Qxa8, 15...Bb7 and 15...Bg4 all look like viable alternative.
And of course, White doesn't have to take the Rook:
11...Bg7 12. Bxa6 bxa6 13. Nxc7 Qc6 <14. cxd6> Rb8 but both
15. e5 Bxe5 16. Nxe5 Qxd6
15. Nxd4 Qxd6 16. Nd5 Rxb2
Look playable for Black.
It's rich variations like these which make me want to take up the theoretical lines of the KID! But alas, I'm too lazy to learn all the theory...
(Although I suppose at my level a good understanding of the general positional themes would suffice.)