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15. () 18. 17. K 18. 19. L 17. 21. K 16. 23. J 16. 25. M 18. 27. 04.

29. J 3. 31. C 6. 33. C8. 35. F 7. 37. C 12. 39. D 8.

16. P 17.
18. L 18.
20. J 18.
22. J 17.
24. H 18.
26. P 3.

28. Q 6. This move has the same effect as R 6.

30. C 10. 32. C 4. 34. E 10. 36. G 5. 38. D 7.

40. C1. This move is very important because it prevents the stone at C 12 from making a connection with that at C8.

42. F 9.
44. H 9.
46. H 12.
48. K 19.

41. E 12. 43. F 8. 45. H 7. 47. C 14. 49. M 15. 51. K 7. 53. L 3.

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9. K 4. 11. H 4. 13. J 6. 15. G 6.

17. R 9. 19. C6.

B. L 5, M3, M4

W. J 3, M2, Q8 White playing at Q 8 in order to prevent Black from playing at R 5.

10. K 6. 12. G 4. 14. K 7.

16. R 11. Black cannot play at R 5 without seeing P 3 and 4 cut off.

18. Q 14. 20. C 4. 22. G 17. 24. C 16. 26. E 16. 28. B 15. 30. C 15. 32. F 17. 34. F 15. 36. C 8. 38. Du. 40. E 8.

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C 17.

27. B 16. 29. B 17. 31. E 17. 33. D 14. 35. M 17. 37. E 6.

39. B 14. The ordinary answer to this is A 14, but this time Black cannot play in this way since White would follow at B 12 and thus threaten the black stones at C8 and Du.

41. J 7. 43. H 9.

45. A 15. Black could not occupy A 14 on his 420 and 44th moves.

47. H 3.
49. J 17.

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WHITE

BLACK

for the security of the Black position, and at the same time Black does not lose the “Sente” by this move.

IV

Plate 28
Black has a handicap of three stones.

BLACK

2. R 5. 4. Q.3. 6. Q 2. 8. R 6.

WHITE 1. R 14. 3. P 4. 6. P 3.

7. R 7. Formerly in this case White played at L z and Black replied at Q 6.

9. Q7.
11. () 17.
13. Q 13.
15. R 15.
17. P 13.
19. N 16.
21. () 18.
23. () 12.
25. K17.

27. C 14. At this move White abandons P 3 and 4. If he replied to Black L 3, then there would follow:

B. L 3, L 4, L 5, L 6, G 4

W. M 4, M 5, M6, M 7 and Black has a decisive advantage.

10. P 5.
12. Q 14.
14. P 14.
16. R 16.
18. O 16.
20. P 17.
22. O 13.
24. O 14.
26. L 3
28. L 5.

29. C8.

30. C 6.

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