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41. C 17. 43. B 13.

45. B 12. 47. D 17.

49. E 16.

51. D 13. 53. E 12. 55. F 13. 57. G 12. 59. F 12.

BLACK position is good enough, as his line on D is very strong.

42. B 14.

44. C 12. Black gains very little by this.

46. B 15.

48. B 16. Very bad; Black has the whole board to gain ground in elsewhere.

50. D 15. If Black feels he must play here, D 13 is better.

52. E 13. 54. Di. 56. E 14. 58. E11.

60. F11. If Black hopes to save his group in the upper left-hand corner, he must escape toward the center at this point.

62. A 14. Black cannot possibly form “Me”; this move is merely wasted.

64. E 9. Too cautious.
66. Hu.

68. F 10. Black forms “Me" in this group long before it is threatened, while he might gain ground elsewhere.

70. A 16. Another lost move.
72. E 4.
74. G 9.
76. F 9.
78. F 8.
80. F 6.
82. G 5. Should have been

61. F 14. Black's group is now hopeless.

63. J 3. 65. G 3. 67. Gu.

69. G 10. 71. F 4. 73. G 8. 75. H 9. 77. H 10. 79. G7 81. G 6.

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83. F 5.

85. K 8.

87. H 12. 89. J. 13. 91. J 8.

93. H 6. 95. L 7. 97. H 5. 99. G 4. Takes. 101. M 6.

BLACK played at F 5.

84. J 10. Black should play nearer the edge of the board. J 10 is radically wrong.

86. H 13. Black tries to form a living group in the center without support; this can seldom be done. 88. J 11. 90. H 8.

92. H 7. These stones are hopeless from the start. Black should play in the right-hand corners.

94. J 7.
96. J 6.
98. J 5.
100. J 9.-

102. N 5. M 5 would be much better.

104. K 4. Black adds more stones to his already hopeless group. This is one of the commonest mistakes.

106. J 12. Black should jump to the right, say at M 1.

108. G 14. F 15 might have helped Black.

110. H 4.
112. F 7.

114. E 6. Unnecessary. Black should play somewhere in the unoccupied portion of the board.

116. A 13. Wholly wasted unless Black were an expert.

118. B 17.
120. C 18.

103. M 5.

105. M 4.

107. K 13

109. F 15. 111. J 4. 113. H 3. Takes.

115. M 12.

117. B 11. 119. B 18.

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121. D 18.
123. C 19. Takes.
125. B 7.

127. L 13. 129. M 10. 131. N11. 133. N 13.

135. M 9. 137. M8. 139. K 7. 141. P 5.

143. N 2.

BLACK
122. A 18.
124. C 6.

126. K 12. Like all beginners, Black keeps his stones too close together. M 10 would be better.

128. L 12. 130. Mu. 132. L 11.

134, L 10. Black again adds stones to a dead group.

136. L 8. 138, L 9. 140. 06.

142. (2. S4 would have been much better.

144. N 1. Black overlooks that he must connect at P2. This is a common error of novices.

146. J 14.
148. J 16.

150. K 15. Black tries to form another living group. His only chance was near Q 14-Q 16.

152. L 14. 154. K 14. 156. M 15.

158. G 16. Black again adds to a hopeless position.

160. H 17.

162. H 15. Black thinks he has the necessary “Me.” Two of them, however, are “Kageme.”

164. J 18. 166. G 18.

145. P 2. 147. K 16. 149. K17.

151. L 15. 153. M 14. 155. M 13. 157. L 16.

159. G 17. 161. G 15.

163. H 18. 165. J 17.

WHITE 167. H 16. Takes, “Ko.”

169. A 5. 171. H 19. 173. H 16. Takes, “Ko.” 175. H 17. “Ko tsugu.”

177. O 17. 179. Q 17. 181. P 16. 183. P 15. 185. R 16. 187. P 17. 189. S'17. 191. S 14. 193. S 15.

BLACK 168. A 2. Black plays this correctly.

170. H 17. Takes, “Ko."
172. K 18.
174. L 18.

176. M 17. Black has a chance to make some territory in this part of the board.

178. N 16.
180. () 15.
182. Q 15.
184. R 17
186. Q 18.
188. R 15.
190. R 13.
192. P 14.

194. O 13. Black should live, although he has gained little space.

196. P 12. Black should have occupied 0 14.

198. N 18.

195. N 14.

197. O 14. Black's groups are now separated.

199. O 18.
201. R 18. Takes.
203. N 12.

205. M 19. If Black had played here his group would have lived.

207. E 18. Takes.
209. An.

200. P 18. 202. O 12. 204. E 15. This is pure waste. 206. E 17.

208. A 12.

210. O 16. Too late; this group is hopeless now.

212. Q 12.
214. Ou.
216. Q 2.

211. Q11. 213. Ru. 216. O 1o.

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BLACK 218. M 1. This is nonsense; Black might still save the corner by correct play.

220. Q.3.

222. M 2. If Black played at S 5 he would still have a chance.

224. () 5. 226. R 12. 228. F1. 230. E1.

232. Ci. Black wastes one of his few vacant spaces.

234. N 19.
235. L 17.

233. R 3.

White permits Black to play

again.

236. J 19.

238. M 18. 239. P 19.

White permits Black to play again. 237. L 19.

White permits Black to play again.

White permits Black to play again.

White permits Black to play again.

242. S 19. 244. R 17.

240. N 17.

241. R 19.

243. ( 19.

“Dame” – E 5 and C5. White wins by one hundred and ninety-seven spaces and eighty-eight stones.

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