Hebden-Ward is a 9 Bc4 Yugoslav Attack in which White avoided both 10 0-0-0 (to eliminate the Chinese variation) and 10 h4 (because he probably intended the Kb1 and g4 system). So 10 Bb3 it was and ... well I'll let you see for yourself!
Away from the standard Yugoslav Attack we have the Accelerated Dragadorf encounter Radovanovic-Baker, which, frankly, I was sorry to see Black lose given the way the game went.
Charbonneau-Perelshteyn essentially turns into a standard 'Improved Classical' i.e. 6 Bc4 although it is via an intriguing move order.
Finally, more depressing news for the Accelerated Dragon, Maroczy Bind, although the notes to Yemelin-Pankov do at least offer Black some hope!
Have a nice day!
Best wishes, Chris