The 'access-list 10 deny X.Y.Z' will deny all addresses, not just X.Y.Z, simply because of the implicit deny at the end of the ACL.
That means that the first clause of the route-map will match all IP addresses, and deny all of them.
Now, if you had an ACL that had permit entries other than the deny, then what would happen is that it would match all addresses that are permitted. The route-map would then deny all of the addresses matched by the ACL and permit everything else. All of these other addresses would then fall through to the next clause of the route-map, if it exists.
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