Mossad Harav Kook’s Toras Chaim Chumash subtracts two Psukim from the Torah in the Aseres HaDibros – both in Yisro and Va’eschanan. They do this by substituting an Esnachta for a Sof Pasuk on the word “Avadim” at the end of the first Dibbur, and continue until “Al Panoy.” (in the Taam HaTachton.) This presents problems both with the “Kol Pesuki D’lo Pasik Moshe” aspect – who’s correct – them or the rest of the Chumashim? And also there is the problem of them making all Mareh Mekomos that refer to the pesukim from Lo Yihyeh onwards (until the end of the Perakim) incorrect.
Another thing that the Toras Chaim Chumash does is that in the Taam HaElyon it DOES start a new Pasuk at Lo Yihyeh, unlike other Chumashim which continue as one pasuk until Lo Sisa.
Another aspect of this whole issue is that the Simanim at the end of the Parshios for the number of Pesukim is only accurate if we count is certain ways. In Yisro it will only be accurate if we count the Pesukim in the Toras Chaim Chumash’s Taam HaElyon, and in VaEschanan it is only accurate if we count according to the standard chumashim’s Taam HaElyon.
Does anyone have any insight in this?