3-5 point Josekis

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This gives an overview of 3-5 point Josekis that have a page (or several pages) on Sensei's Library.

For each joseki a standard sequence is given (this is one of the more common ones, but need not be the absolutely most common one), and an overview of pages dealing with that joseki and its variations.

Table of contents Table of diagrams
3-5 point approaches
Responses
Pressing
Taisha
One space pincer
Two-space low pincer
Two-space high pincer
Three-space low pincer
Three-space high pincer
3-3 invasion
High approach
Keima answer
3-3 answer
Distant low approach
Very high approach
3-5 point enclosures


Approaches

3-5 point distant low approach 3-5 point low approach 3-5 point 3-3 approach 3-5 point high approach 3-5 point very high approach
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3-5 point approaches  



3-5 point low approach

3-5 point low approach, press 3-5 Point Low Approach One Space Low Pincer taisha 3-5 Point Low Approach Two Space Low Pincer 3-5 Point Low Approach Two Space High Pincer
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Responses  

See 3-5 point low approach and 3-5 point low approach/statistics

[Diagram]
Pressing  

3-5 point low approach, press

[Diagram]
Taisha  

The Taisha Joseki is a known ramification of corner patterns

[Diagram]
One space pincer  

See 35 Point Low Approach One Space Low Pincer

[Diagram]
Two-space low pincer  

35 Point Low Approach Two Space Low Pincer

[Diagram]
Two-space high pincer  

35 Point Low Approach Two Space High Pincer

[Diagram]
Three-space low pincer  

The 35 Point Low Approach Three Space Low Pincer is rare.

[Diagram]
Three-space high pincer  

35 Point Low Approach Three Space High Pincer is also rare



3-5 point invasion

[Diagram]
3-3 invasion  

See 3-5 point 3-3 approach and its common responses of B2 at a or b.

3-5 point high approach

3-5 point high approach tobi 3-5 point high approach 4-3 response 3-5 point high approach kick attach-crosscut corner patterns#3 3-5 point high approach pincer
[Diagram]
High approach  

See 3-5 point high approach and its common responses of B2 at aor b or and the rarer responses of c, d or e.

[Diagram]
Keima answer  
[Diagram]
3-3 answer  

Other approach moves

[Diagram]
Distant low approach  

See 3-5 point distant low approach for this rare approach move.

[Diagram]
Very high approach  

See 3-5 point very high approach for this rare approach move.


Enclosures

3453 enclosure 3554 enclosure
[Diagram]
3-5 point enclosures  


3-5 point Josekis last edited by OscarBear on July 17, 2015 - 09:14
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