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1 A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T

PLATE 23

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1. R 15. “Moku hadzushi.”

3. P 15. Black plays to confine White.

5. P 14. Necessary to prevent White breaking in.

7. R 16.

6. Q 16. White plays to get the

9. R 1o. 11. S 17. 13. R 18. 15. S 16.

corner.

8. N 16. Very important; if neglected, Black gets the corner, and also destroys White's adjacent territory.

10. R 17

12. S 18.

14. Q 17.
16. K 17

The corner is evenly divided, and neither side has an

advantage.

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8. R 17

BLACK

White 1. P 17.

2. Q 15. “Takamoku kakari.” 3. P 15.

4. P 16. This is an invention of

Murase Shuho.
5. O 16. Black cannot play at

6. Q 16.
Q 16 without getting a very bad
position.

7. Q 17.
9. R 18.

10. S 16.
11. S 18.

12. O 17. 13. N 17.

14. O 18. 15. P 18.

16. N 18. This and the two preceding stones are sacrificed; Black naturally expects White to cut at O 15. The text move is a brilliant

invention of Murase Shuho.
17. M 17.
Black cannot neglect

18. O 15.
this move.
19. N 16.

20. P 14. Takes.
21. K17. Defensive; Black loses 22. R 10.
the “ Sente.

White has much the better game.

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Plate 23 (B)

BLACK

WHITE

1. P 3. “Moku hadzushi.” 3. P 5.

2. Q 5. “Takamoku kakari.”

4. P 4.

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6. D 15.

8. E 15. 10. B 17.

5. G 16. 7. D 14.

9. B 16. Black now invades the corner; he wishes to occupy C 17, an important point.

11. C 17. 13. C 16.

12. C 18. 14. B 18.

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BLACK

White 15. E 18.

16. D 18.
17. G 14.

18. F 14.
19. D 13. Guarding the connec- 20. G 13
tion at C 14.
21. H 14.

22. F 12.
Black has the better position. This is an old “ Joseki.”
It is not much liked at the present time.

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BLACK

WHITE

2. D 3. 4. E 3

1. C 5. 3. F 4.

5. C 3. This is unusual; E 5 is the customary move.

6. C 2

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