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A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T abandoned actual advantage adversary adversary's allowed already arises attack become beginner better Black plays black stones BLACK WHITE called chance Chess commence complete connection continuation corner course Dame dead defend Diagram difference edge examples extend five four gained given gives group of stones hand HANDICAP Plate Honinbo illustration important intersection Japan Japanese Joseki kakari kill live lost masters means merely method move necessary occur once opening period placed player position possible prevent reason regarded reply result retains rule safe secure Sente shown shows side situation skill sometimes space supposed surrounded taken Takes territory threatened tion Tsugu vacant space WHITE BLACK white group White plays white stones
Página 67 - ... advanced. In the mean time the syringe was modified in France by a rack and pinion attached to the piston, so that water could be injected and withdrawn with great force, — a procedure not only useless, but detrimental to the bladder, if inflamed and thickened.
Página 62 - PLATE 13 territory, and beginners are likely to play their stones directly in contact with the advancing forces. This merely results in their being engulfed by the attacking line, and the stones and territory are both lost. If you wish to stop your adversary's advance, play your stones a space or two apart from his, so that you have a chance to strengthen your line before his attack is upon you. The next thing we will speak of is what the Japanese r* j call the "Sente.
Página 31 - ... the board, and hence it would be impossible to surround this group of white stones unless two stones were played at once. The white stones, therefore, can never be surrounded, and form an impregnable position. This is the principle of the two "Me...
Página 32 - Me" are on the edges or in the corners of the board, or how far from each other they may be. Plate 3, Diagram vi, shows a group of stones containing two vacant "Me