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PLATE 28

WHITE

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BLACK
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36. D 2.
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44. K 2. The importance of this move, when a territory merely has the protection of L 3-L 5, has been commented on before.

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Plate 29

Black has a handicap of two stones.

White

BLACK

1. R 4. 3. D 17. 5. C 15.

2. D 15. 4. F 16. 6. C 14. 8. D 14. 10. E 18.

7. C 16.

9. C8. F17 is just as good. Then would follow:

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13. L 3. 15. R 7. 17. 1 5. 19. L 7. 21. S 3.

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PLATE 29

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33. S 2. If Black plays at R 9, this move is necessary for the security of the white group.

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Plate 30

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