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Black Comment by Honinbo Shuye : “This move may be called a little dangerous. P 6 would have been preferable, and if White responds at 08

or 07, Black could reply at L 9." 57. P 8.

58. P 6. 59. O 6.

60. 07. (“Kiru.”) Cutting off

connection of the white groups. 61. M 2. Since White is cut off 62. K 9. Black sees that White at O 7, he must form “Me" in this can form the necessary two “Me,” group.

and therefore does not press the

attack. J63. Q8.

+ 64. R 7. Black must extend in

this way. - 65. R 8.

+ 66. S 8. (“Osaeru.") s 67. S 9.

68. S 7. (“Tsugu.") The usual

series of moves. . 69. P 5. (“Atari.")

770. Q6. 71. Q 10.

-'72. Q 11 73. R 9.

74. P 10. (“Sente.") - 76. O 10. White must sacrifice ŕ 76. S 10. No. 71 in order to escape. v 77. N 9.

- 78. M8. ļ79. P 9.

80. Q 9. Takes. This is “Ko.” į 81. T 10. (“Haneru.")

82. T 11. (“Osaeru.") - 83. Q 10. Taking in “Ko.” 84. Pu. (“Tsugu.”) Black

must play here to save the frontier. 85. T 9. Saving the stone at 86. R 11. Black cannot neglect T 10.

to play here. -87. O 11.

88. Lu. 89. L 10.

90. K 10. -491. Q 13. White must break up + 92. P 12. Black's territory in the upper righthand corner. 93. M 11. White retreats.

94. M 10.

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BLACK 96. L 9. Takes. White has escaped by means of sacrificing one stone. 1'98. ( 12. V100. O 13 ' 102. K 12.

104. N 13. (“Shicho.") X 106. P 14. Cuts White off. X 108. Q 14. * 110. R 14.

112. S 14. All these last moves are obviously necessary.

114. S 15.
116. M 14.

Comment by Honinbo Shuye : “This move is a mistake; it should have been played at M 15."

118. M 16.

+ 113. O 15. Connecting.

116. R 16.

120. F9. (“Tsugu.”)

117. K 14. White's stones in the upper left-hand corner are now connected.

119. G 10. A defensive move. White attempts to get all his stones in one group. * 121. J 12. Protects the connec'tion at H 10.

123. J 13.

122. J 11.

125. Nu. 127. L 15.

Y 124. N 10. Protecting the “Me”
at L 10. Ki is “Kageme.”
K 126. O 17.

128. M 15. White's situation in the upper right-hand corner looks very bad at this point. - 130. R 18. A better move than Q16. ?

132. N 18. X 134. S 17.

136. N 16. White is prevented from connecting

129. Q 17. 131. N 17. 133. Q 18. 135. M 17.

White

BLACK X 137. M 18.

V 138. M 13. Threatening White's

other connection. 139. M 12. White must con- X 140. P 18. To an inexpert eye nect.

White's group in the upper right

hand corner now looks hopeless. 141. Q 19. This is to prevent 142. O 16. Black must play here “Watari.”

to protect his four stones. Y 143. S 16.

X144. T 16. (“Watari.") c 145. T 15. A sacrifice to pre- 146. T 14. Black must take the vent Black from forming “Me.” stone.

147. R 13. The condition in X 148. S 13. this corner of the board is now a fine example of “Semeai.” , X 149. S 18.

150. T 18. X161. S 19. The situation is now 162. R 12. White's sacrifice at highly interesting

T 15 is now bearing fruit. X 153. R 17

X 154. T 17. Neither side can

play at T 19 without loss. 155. P 16. Takes. Forming a X 156. C 13. Increasing Black's perfect “Me,” the other being at territory. R 18. The play in this corner is now complete. V157. B 5. Protecting the corner.

erring the corner. 168. G 13. 159. H .

160. L 16. 17 161. K 16.

162. F 15. Extending · Black's

frontiers. X 163. F 17.

164. J 15.

Comment by Honinbo Shuye : Black's moves 164 and 166 are both useless. At move 164 Black

should have played at D 15." 165. H 16.

166. G 16. 167. H 15.

- 168. D 15. 169. D 16.

· 170. D 14. 171. G 15.

172. B 15.

WHITE V173. B 16.

175. P2.

177. Q 1. 1 179. Pi.

BLACK 174. C 14. Completing the frontier. 7176. Q 2.

178. RI.

180. R 2. The usual series of moves in such a situation. X182. J 2.

181. C 16. We might say that the end game commences at about this point.

183. L 2. X 185. A 7.

187. G 17.

189. H 13. A very good move to protect White's group. V191. B 6.

193. A 6.' * 195. B 14. 497. A 15. Takes...

199. L 18. Completing the frontier. X 201. K 18.

184. K 3. A186. F 16.

188. F 13. The stone at G 13 needs support. ; 190. A 8. Stopping White's invasion.

192. B 7.
194. B 8. The usual moves.
196. B 13
198. L 17
200. M 19.

7203. Fu.

205. E 16. 207. H 14. 209. E 5.

211. H . 213. H 4.

215. G 3.

202. J 6. All the rest of the board is practically finished.

204. Eu.
206. E 15.
208. G 14.
210. E 12.

212. J 5. 7 214. J 4. 216. J 9.

Comment by Honinbo Shuye : “This move is unprofitable. Had Black played at J 8, a very good profit would have been secured.”

218. E 4.

1 217. J 8.

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