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as that portion of the board is not quite disposed of, and 'Seki” might easily occur if White plays badly. The might continue as follows:

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The following moves are strictly “Dame”:

F 14, H 18, M 8, O 15, T 14. Either side can fill these “Me."

The following stones are dead and can now be removed:

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White wins by four stones.

After the dead stones are used to fill

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and the board is rearranged, it will be found that White has fourteen “Me" and Black ten “Me.”

More than the usual number of moves were made in this

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IV

Plate 16

White. — Hirose Heijiro, fifth degree.

BLACK. Nagano Keijiro, fourth degree. Black has a handicap of two stones. (D 4 and Q 16.)

Played March, 1907, in Tokio. Both players were of the Hoyensha School.

When this game was published, it was annotated by Mr. Iwasaki Kenzo, and I have translated his annotations; these are indicated by the initials “I. K.”

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13. N 16. 15. P 17.

17. Q 13. White must look out for the stone at R 14.

14. ( 15. 16. Q 17. 18. R 15.

This the corner, and at the same time protects the connection of Black's stones on lines ( and Q. "Ikkyo

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19. O 13

20. N 14.

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63. J 15,

White cannot risk jumping farthes.

66, II 17. Not good. K 8 would have been better. (1. K.)

07. 08. Good, but not the best. M12 would have helped the white strones near the center.

69, 1 14. White retreats.
61, 1 14.
03. 1. 12.

56. K 8. Black promptly escapes.

58. L 10. Black commences an attack on White's five stones.

60. J 15. 62. L 15.

64. J 12. This is a “Sute ishi," but it greatly aids Black's attack.

A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T 19 (201 (193-192_1354184

19 18(24) 93 198 173,197 69 70 102

18 17240 143 199 1723 196 25 55 11 68 21 72 (11 15 16

17 16242 44 2 200 177 24 225 224 73 74 140 13 12 234

176 16 15

4 178

226 44 60 66 62 149 250 14 233 98 18 26 13115 14 246 244 29 30 42 152 59 149 61 213.20218 97 22 923 229 14 13 (170(245 31 38 41 154 67

(211 210 156 214 19 (21917 99 232 231 13 12 (743171 32 34 37 39 155 64 65 63 146 212 216 175 174 96 133 230 12 11 (5 33 35 36 150 151 (157 153 (215) (217) (223 222 13423611 10 (203 202 40 45 53 207 58 (205 (27 (2068 10 9 221 220 147 148 52 114 208 128

137 (209 85 86

9 8 (145 (57 43 204 46 54 56 113 142 138 17 (75

28 88 8 7 1616 47 83 130 (127) 118 110 111 91) 76 87

7 6187 159 48 49

(51) (116 115 122 117 228 164 (238 89 182 10 6 5185 160 162 50 169 78 121) 120 90 163 (239 183 179 92 5 4 (186 188 (79 (123 108 119 104 189 165 (

195) (1004 3

112 741 137 106 80 107 (103 190 84 227 7 (125 124 3 2 248 82 111 81 109 105 191 166 (168 167 129 1262 1

181-158 1 A B C D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S T COD PLAYED AT L 17 IN "KO" (235PLAYED AT S 12 IN "KO" 139 PLAYED AT L 17 IN "KO" 94 PLAYED AT K17 IN *KO” (195) PLAYED AT L 19 IN "KO" 136 PLAYED AT K17 IN KO 194 PLAYED AT K17 IN “KO”

PLATE 16

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105. H 2.

107. J 3.

106. G 3 108. J 4.

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