AlphaGoJoseki/KobayashiLine

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A new continuation  

The marked approach move fell out of fashion, a or b being favoured instead, but White's continuation of 1 caused a re-evaluation of the position.

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First idea  

AlphaGo likes to play the push through and cut to the standard response of B5

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First idea  

This line was completely new in terms of ideas, the end result is acceptable for White.

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Second idea  

The critical line is then this. Without the marked stone, B1 is generally considered an overplay. Here though, Black finishes in a comfortable position.

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Third idea  

This is one of the positions played in the game, which although favourable locally for Black, was not considered to lead to a global advantage since Black had invested so many moves locally.


AlphaGoJoseki/KobayashiLine last edited by DudleyMoore on March 23, 2017 - 13:15
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