How to play against stronger players. Volume 2: Illustrative by Sakai Michiharu

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Then Black can play the diagonal move at 12 after all, with a superior position. Figure 2 (Moves 27 through 43) Extend from a crosscut Since Black did not settle the position with the sequences in Diagrams 3 and 4, White comes back with the attachment at 27. Black 28 is good, but 30 is questionable. 8 2 1 9 6 4 7 3 5 Diagram 5 Black should follow the proverb “extend from a cross-cut” and extend to 1. If White connects with 2, Black responds with the sequence 3 through 9, leaving White scattered.

However, White’s hane at 17 is an overplay which gives Black a chance. Instead of Black 18 … 5 11 2 1 3 4 7 6 9 8 10 Diagram 1 Black’s hane at 1 succeeds. After White cuts at 2 the sequence through Black 11 is forced, so Black could have 5 6 4 Diagram 3 The turn at Black 1 is the key point, viewing the triangled stone as light. If White cuts at 2, Black gets great shape after the sequence through 5. Instead of White 4 … 2 3 1 Diagram 2 Black could also escape with a knight’s move at 1, but after White jumps to 2 then attaches and cuts at 4 and 6, matters become complicated.

White makes good shape with 83 and 85 and now cutting at a and jumping into Black’s area with b are miai. 8 9 3 2 6 7 4 5 4 1 2 4 6 7 a 3 5 8 9 3 1 2 1 b Diagram 9 Diagram 7 If Black wants to get rid of this aji, it’s better to hane and connect with 1 and 3. White needs to connect with 4, so Black gets sente and can play at a or b. When White gets the chance to play first on the upper side with the invasion at 55, it’s clear that Black has lost a lot in the fighting in the lower left. 64 66 63 65 60 58 62 57 56 59 61 Diagram 8 Black has a splendid attack starting with the diagonal play at 1.

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