4-4 point Josekis

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The 4-4 point emphasizes speed, influence, and flexibility over territory.

Table of contents

Approach Joseki (80-90%)

Low approach
Low approach
(>90%)[2]
3-3 invasion
3-3 invasion
(<4%)
High approach
High approach
(<3%)
Inside attachment
Inside attachment
(<1%)
Distant high approach
Distant high approach
(<1%)
Distant low approach
Distant low approach
(<0.5%)
4-5 attachment
4-5 attachment
(<0.3%)
2-5 approach
2-5 approach
(< 0.2%)
2-4 approach
2-4 approach
(< 0.2%)

Enclosure Joseki (10-20%)

Keima enclosure
Keima enclosure
(55%)[3]
Ogeima enclosure
Ogeima enclosure
(36%)
High enclosure
High enclosure
(>5%)
Distant high enclosure
Distant high enclosure
(2.5%)
Kosumi enclosure
Kosumi enclosure
(<1.0%)
Iron pillar
Iron pillar
(<0.5%)
443563Enclosure
443563Enclosure

Unconventional plays

Some plays are so rare that they can't be called Joseki, as SL still has pages about some of them here a list for further reading.


Statistics

Source for all statistics on this page is MasterGo, at that time containing around 48.000 professional games until early 2009. Search settings are explained in each case and search was always made on the whole database.


[1] MasterGo (relation depends heavily on the search distance, tried 3-6)
[2] MasterGo (search distance 3)
[3] MasterGo (search distance 6, but discarding moves further away than two spaces, as they are more often approach moves to wedges, framework building moves instead of enclosures)


4-4 point Josekis last edited by Timm on March 30, 2015 - 17:31
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