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Plate 37 (B)

The following stones are on the board: White, M 3, O 3, P 2, Q 3, R 2; Black, N 4, O 4, Q 5, R 3, R 4. White has the move.

White Black

1. S 2.

This move is really "Go te," but if Black neglects to answer it, White can then jump to T 5. This jump is called by a special name "O zaru," or the "big monkey," and would gain about eight "Me" for White.

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Plate 37 (C)

The following stones are on the board: White, C 15, D 15, E 15, 16; Black, C 16, D 16, E 17, 18, F 16, G 17. White has the move.

White Black 1. B 16. 2. B 17.

3. B 15.

White has given up the "Sente" and has gained somewhat, but if Black now neglects to defend and plays elsewhere, White can jump to B 18, and gain about seventeen "Me" altogether.

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Plate 37 (D)

The following stones are on the board: White, B 8, C 7, 11, D 5, 6, 7, E 6; Black, B 7, C 5, 6, D 3, 4, E 4, 5.

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White has the move.

White Black 1. B6. 2. B5.

3. A 7. Takes.

White has given up the "Sente," but this method of play gains about fourteen "Me," as it is now no longer necessary to protect the connection at C 8.

We will now insert two plates from Korschelt's book. The notes at the foot of the illustrations are his.

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ABCDEFGHJKLMNOPQRST

A WORTH SIX "ME" (S 17, 18, 19 T 17,18, 19); SENTE IS RETAINED

B WOR TH FIVE "ME"; SENTE IS RETAINED

C WORTH THIRTEEN "ME"; SENTE IS RETAINED

D WORTH EIGHT "ME"; SENTE IS RETAINED

Plate 38

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A WORTH 29 "ME" SENTE IS LOST
B WORTH ABOUT 8 "MET SENTE RETAINED
C WORTH 12 "MEr SENTE IS RETAINED
D WORTH 18 "MEr SENTE IS LOST

Plate 39

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