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7. C4. 8. G3.

9. B2. 10. G4.

11. E5. 12. D2.

13. G 5. 14. J 4.

Even game; the corner is divided.

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1. R 16. This move, called "Komoku" is the most frequently used opening when there are no handicaps; it is also the safest for the weaker player.

3. N 17. This move is called "Ikken basami"; this is the most usual way of continuing: it gives Black an attack at once.

6. S 17.

7. R 15. Black must extend; R 18 would be bad. 9. Q.13.

White

2. P 17. White's best reply.

4. R 17. White plays to get the corner.

6. Q16.

8. R 18. White must do the same; he cannot play at S 18.

10. S 18. White cannot neglect this move after Black plays at Q.13; if Black had played at R 12, White could have played elsewhere.

Black has the better position.

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Black

1. R4. "Komoku."

3. M3. "Nikken basami." This is the second variation in this opening.

6. R 5.

7. R7.

9. S6.

11. S8.

13. R 8. It would be bad play to take immediately.

16. T 7. Takes.

17. S4.

19. Q.4.

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The game is about even.

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Black's third stone at H 3 is now called "Ulce islii," or 'floating stone." White has the better position.

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1. D 17. "Komoku." 2. C 15.

3. C 12. "Nikken basami." 4. D 12. White attacks the stone

at C 12 in this variation. 6. D 11. 6. C 13.

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