4-5 point Josekis

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The 4-5 point emphasizes center influence. It is both the least common and the most center-oriented of the five standard opening points.

Please note that many joseki after an initial 4-5 point transpose to better known 3-4 or 3-5 point joseki.

Table of contents Table of diagrams
Knight's move - first attachment
Knight's move - second attachment
Inside attachment
Outside attachment
Ogeima
Pincer
Thrust
When black already has a supporting stone...
3-3 Invasion
Keima kakari
5-3 approach


4-3 approach

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Knight's move - first attachment  
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Knight's move - second attachment  
[Diagram]
Inside attachment  
[Diagram]
Outside attachment  
[Diagram]
Ogeima  
[Diagram]
Pincer  
[Diagram]
Thrust  
[Diagram]
When black already has a supporting stone...  

3-3 invasion

[Diagram]
3-3 Invasion  

Outside approach

Manchurian Fuseki/Discussion
[Diagram]
Keima kakari  

5-3 approach

[Diagram]
5-3 approach  

B2 can play at the 3-3 point, reverting to one of the 3-3 point low approach josekis.


4-5 point Josekis last edited by tapir on August 25, 2013 - 16:03
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