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And if we go back a few moves… When White descends with the triangled stone, Black’s hane at 1 offers much stiffer resistance. After White connects underneath with 2, when Black connects with 5 Black has a quite playable position. 9 13 4 2 5 3 7 3 2 12 4 1 5 11 1 8 10 Diagram 10 (White tosses a curve) Diagram 12 (A sharp cut by White) When Black bumps up against White, White can vary with 1. If Black jumps to 2, White can force with 3 and then connect underneath with 5. In this final position, Black’s marked stone is not usefully placed and Black’s position is unsatisfactory.

This is a good, large-scale way to play. Back answers White 6 with the block at 7 and… If White dislikes the outer influence Black gets in the previous diagram, he can try 1 in the present diagram instead of 6 in Diagram 9. But after first forcing with 2, Black can play a very good move at 4. This allows White to connect with 5, but Black 6 shows good judgement. Black’s outer influence in this diagram is just as good as in Diagram 10. 8 7 6 4 1 2 5 3 12 11 10 13 8 9 Diagram 10 (Black’s outer influence is superior) Diagram 12 (A failure for Black) When White hanes at 8, of course, Back resists with the double hane at 9.

Page 50 8 9 7 a 5 11 3 1 4 2 10 14 Diagram 9 (Black is squeezed) Diagram 11 (Ko) If black cuts with 7, White’s descent to 8 starts the sequence through 14, and Black is neatly squeezed. (note: 12 throws in at a, 13 captures and 15 connects at a) Black’s cut at 1 is a clever move. White grips a single stone with 2, and Black crawls along with 3 and 5, getting a ko. But at any rate, ko is not a good result for Black in this position. 3 2 1 5 4 6 7 2 1 a Diagram 10 (Black is captured) Diagram 12 (A big loss for Black) White’s block at 1 starts a capturing race.

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