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III

Plate 35 (C)
The following stones are on the board: White, B 16, C 14,
E 15; Black, C 17, D 16, E 16, G 17.

If White has the move, it makes a difference of seven “Me."

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Plate 35 (D)
The following stones are on the board: White, B 8,
C7, C8, D 6, E 2, E 6, F 3, F 5; Black, B 6, B 7, C6, D 2,
3, 4, 5.

If White has the move, it makes a difference of four “Me."

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White

BLACK

5, A8.

6. C 4. Necessary because the connection at C 5 is now in immediate danger, but Black thereby fills up another of his “Vle,” and White retains the “Sente.”

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Plate 36 (A) The following stones are on the board: White, M 16, M 17, M 18, N 16, 0) 15, P 14, R 14; Black, N 17, N 18, O 16, P 16, Q 16, R 16.

If White has the “Sente," it makes a difference of six

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Plate 36 (B) The following stones are on the board: Black, M 2, M

3, N 3, N 4, O 4, Q 4, R 4, S 4; White, L 3, N 2,0 2, O 3, P 3, R 2, S 3, R 6.

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A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T 19

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19 18

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18 17

17 16

16 15 3.

15 C 14 02

14

A 13

13 12

12 11 10

10 9

9 8

8 7

7 D

B 6

6 5

5 4 (3 3 (1 2 2

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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 36

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Black has the “Sente” and gains nine “Me.”

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Plate 36 (C) The following stones are on the board: Black, B 17, C 17, D 16, G 17; White, B 16, C 13.

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1. B 14. This move is really 2. C 14. C 15 is not so good. “Go te”; that is to say, White is not forced to reply to it, but it is very advantageous for Black, as it effectively separates White's two stones.

3. B 15. The white stone B 16 is now hopeless.

Black has given up the “Sente,” but has gained considerable ground.

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VIII

Plate 36 (D) The following stones are on the board: Black, C4, D 4, E 4, C 7; White, C

3,

D3, E3, F 3. Black has the move.

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These moves seem obvious, but the importance of Black’s opportunity is likely to be underestimated; Black gains about eleven “Me” by this play. If the opposing lines extend one space nearer the edge of the board, the territory gained by a similar attack is not nearly so great.

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Plate 37 (A) The following stones are on the board: White, M 16, N 16, N 18, O 17, P 18, Q 17, 18; Black, N 15, O 15, 16, P 16, 17, Q 16, R 12, R 17.

White has the move.

BLACK

WHITE

1. S 17.

2. S 16.
4. R 16.

3. R 18. 5. T 18.

White has given up the “Sente,” but these moves make a difference in his favor of about fourteen “Me."

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