Stand

    Keywords: Go term

Chinese: 立 (lý)
Japanese: 立ち (tachi)
Korean:

Stand-up. An extension away from the edge of the board in response to a side attachment.

Examples

[Diagram]
Stand-up  

White 2 stands up against the butting play Black 1. This is the normal counter, resulting in a local loss of influence for Black.

[Diagram]
Stand-up  

W2 stands up in response to Black's attachment at B1. This is a normal situation when White has approached Black's corner stone on the star point and Black also has a pincer in place. This position often occurs in handicap games.


Stand last edited by Iepur on May 29, 2015 - 20:51
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