That is good advice, I misread the OPs opening post and thought there was no stud left and it was snapped off even...
Let me add a tip on top of your excellent advice...
I like to use a non-chromed pair of channel locks and grab the stud after heating for at least 20 seconds before I start to twist, this acts as a heat sink to transfer some of the heat that is inevitably going into the bolt thus additional contraction of said bolt.
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