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WHITE

BLACK 11. P 18.

12. O 17. 13. R 16.

14. Q 15. 15. S 18.

16. R 15. 17. S 16.

18. S 15. 19. S 17.

20. P 15. White has the corner, but Black has better chances to make territory later.

IDICAP

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Black is supposed to have another handicap stone at D 4.

Plate 19 (C)
White

BLACK 1. C 14. “Kogeima.”

2. F 16. “Ikken taka hiraki.” This “ Joseki” was an invention of

Murase Shuho. 3. H 17. White confines Black's 4. C 11. Black prepares to get advances.

territory on left side of the board. 5. B 16. White plays to take the 6. D 14. corner. 7. C 15.

8. D 13. Better than D 15, as it

confines White more effectively. 9. C 17.

10. D 17. 11. H 15.

12. C 16. 13. B 18.

14. C 18. 15. B 17.

16. C 13. A very good move; it shuts White in the corner and assures Black a large territory on the left

side of the board. This opening might be continued as follows:

BLACK

WHITE 17. D 18. 19. C 19. Takes.

18. E 18.
20. D 7.

17. C 6. 19. B 13. 21. B 14.

18. D 18.
20. B 12.
22. C 8.

HANDICAP

8+ Black is supposed to have stones at Q 4 and Q 4 also; these are called “Shiki ishi.”

WHITE 1. F 3. “Kogeima.”

3. F 5. White must get out towards the middle of the board.

Black 2. H 3. By this move Black at once attacks the white stone and also prepares to connect with the stone at O 4.

4. L 3. “Tenuki”; that is, it has nothing to do with the corner in dispute; Black feels he has an opportunity to take territory. It is interesting to note that if the “Shiki ishi" at () 4 were at N 3, then Black would play No. 4 at H 5.

6. D 2. This is an important defensive move.

8. B 5. Black tries to escape.
10. C 6.
12. C 7.

5. D 6. White attacks the handicap stone.

7. E 2. 9. B 6.

11. C 5. C7 would be good also.

White

BLACK 13. B 4.

14. D 5. 15. C 4.

16. C 3. 17. B 7.

18. C 8. 19. E 6. White must support 20. A 5. This is a very well constone at D 6.

sidered move for Black. 21. A 4.

22. B 3. 23. A 6. Takes two.

24. B 8. 25. A 3. The corner is now an 26. B 2. example of “Semeai”; the question is which side can kill the other first. 27. A 2.

28. Bi. 29. Di.

30. A 8. If Black plays at C 1, the corner will become “Seki,” as it

is, the white group is dead. Black has much the best of this variation.

VII

HANDICAP

Black is supposed to have a handicap stone at Q 4 also.

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VIII

HANDICAP

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White 1. O 17. “Kogeima.” 3. N 16. 5. Q 17. 7. P 18. 9. N 18. 11. Q 18. 13. M 16.

S stone

BLACK
2. O 16. “Tsuke te."
4. O 15.
6. P 17.
8. P 16.
10. R 17.
12. N 15.

14. R 10. Black abandons stone at R 17 in order to get territory; an amateur might be tempted to play No. 14 at R 18, but in that case White could spoil Black's chance to get space on the right side of the board.

16. R 15.
18. S 15.
20. P 10.

15. R 16. 17. S 16. 19. S 17.

White has the corner, but Black has practically secured a large territory on the right.

[blocks in formation]

ACK

6. R 15,

WHITE 5. O 17. White attacks from the other side also.

7. R 13. 9. N 16.

8. P 18.
10. S 14.

Black has the corner. White has a chance on both sides.

[blocks in formation]

Black has the corner and also an outlet to the center. White has a chance to form territory on both sides. Black's position is preferable.

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