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WHITE

31. E 14. 33. B 14. 35. E 2. 37. D 3. 39. E 3. 41. J 3. 43. G 3.

BLACK
32. C 15.
34. F 16.
36. D 2.
38. C 3.
40. C 2.
42. E 4.

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.

46. P 6.
48. V 12.
50. H 17.

45. J 5. 47. () 8. 49. ()u.

Plate 29 Black has a handicap of two stones.

BLACK

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

WHITE 1. R 4. 3. D 17. 6. C 15. 7. C 16.

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

B. G 17

W. F 18
11. D 18.
13. L 3
15. R 7.
17. L 5.

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12. P 3.
14. P6.
16. J 3.
18. J 5.
20. R 3.

22. Q 4. This move and 24R2 are necessary because of the white stones on line L.

21. S 3.

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Plate 29

WHITE

23. R 5. 25. O 17. 27. D11.

Black
24. R 2.
26. C 6.

28. F 12. This move is very good, otherwise White plays at E 16 and breaks into the Black position.

30. Q 14.
32. R 9.
34. P 9.

29. F .. 31. K 16.

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

35. C 12. 37. D 16. 39. G 15. 41. H 17. 43. 0 4. 45. R 8. 47. L 6. 49. F 3. .

51. G 2. This is a fine move. By means of it Black is compelled to play at K 2 and White can occupy F 5 on his 53d move and thus escape, whereas without G 2 White could only have played at F 4, whereupon Black could have cut off the retreat at F 6.

36. E 17. 38. F 14. 40. F 15. 42. J 7. 44. Q 5. 46. M 6. 48. Q 9. 50. E 3. 52. K 2.

VI

Plate 30
Black has a handicap of two stones.

White 1. Q 3.

2. D 17. 3. C 15.

4. C 13. 5. J 17.

6. D 15.

BLACK

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