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[blocks in formation]

1. H 3

2. F 3.

9. J 4. 11. G 3.

3. C 6.

4. C 5. This is an alternative

method of defending the corner. 5. D 6.

6. F 5. Black plays to avoid being shut in the corner, also it can be demonstrated if he neglects this

move his stones will be killed. 7. F 6.

8. H 4.
10. H 5.

12. F 2. This is a good move. F 4 would be weak. The text move defends and at the same time threatens White's stones on line 3. F 4 would give White a chance to play elsewhere ("*Tenuki”) which is a great advantage.

14. E 5. Black cannot neglect this move, or White can break in

with a winning attack. Again Black has the better of it. He has a chance to

13. J 3.

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Plate 21

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play at J i on the next move. The relation of this stone to the stone at F 2 when at the edge of the board is called Ozaru,” or the

or the “great monkey,” and it generally gains about eight spaces.

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BLACK 2. Q6. This is Black's best

1. () 4. "Ikken taka kakari.” This is the fourth method of commencing the attack.

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White must now play at 06 to save his stones on the left side.

This “ Joseki” is very much spread out; it is difficult to say who has the better of it.

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HANDICAP

WHITE

BLACK

1. D 14. 3. C 15.

2. C 14. Not so good as F 16. 4. D 15.

This is

not White's best move; it is done to confuse Black, and will win if Black does not know how to reply.

5. C13 7. B 15

6. B 14.

8. B 13. D 13 would be bad.

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moves

HANDICAP

Plate 21 (C)
WHITE

BLACK 1. D 13. “Nikken

taka ka- 2. F 16. Black has a variety of kari”; this is the fifth method of

at his command; the text opening the attack.

move is probably best. 3. H 17

4. C 10. Really

“Tenuki."

Black can play equally well at C 7. 5. B 16.

6. C 16. 7. B 14.

8. B 17Black has the corner and White has commenced to envelop his stones. The following continuation might occur:

7. E 17.

WHITE

BLACK 5. F 18.

6. D 18.

8. C 15. Black's last move in this continuation is interesting, be

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