Modern Chess Opening 3: Sicilian Defense (1.e4 c5) NEW

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Modern Chess Opening 3: Sicilian Defense (1.e4 c5) NEW
This is a perfect opening manual that contains a detailed classification. Modern Chess Opening, vol. Sicilian Defense (1. Modern Chess Opening 3 Rauser Attack. Each opening variation is supplied with evaluations and characteristic of the key moves. ).
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Why would White play 2.a3 as their 2nd move in the Sicilian Defense? It's not an accepted opening and I see no benefits. How would you go about strategizing a reply, as

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