tapir/45 JosekiWME

Sub-page of Tapir
  • transposition issues - always keep them in mind

the 4-3 approach ?!? invasion ?!? corner grab ?!? probe ?!?

(a little explanation might be helpful)

  • inside attachment
    • tenuki (always an option)
      • tenuki follow ups (1 line for 2nd line and 4th line hane)
    • 2nd line hane etc. (2 space, 3 space or 4 space extension?)
  • outside attachment
    • uncommon
    • ladder dependency
    • main variation
  • keima
    • attachment one
    • attachment two
      • ladder dependency
      • when the ladders don't work
  • ogeima
    • uncommon but better know about it
    • book answer
    • complicated fight soon
    • unexplored joseki

the 3-3 invasion ?!? corner grab ?!?

    • tends to build black outside strength in the originally secondary direction (change of direction)
    • important to consider whether 45 is viable at all

outside plays not common but existent

the 3-7 approach

    • basic idea - good approach to high shimari before the shimari is even played...
    • no lines, just link to main page

the 5-3 approach

    • basic idea - transposition
    • no lines, just link to main page

This gives an overview of 4-5 point joseki 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
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
5-3 approach
Keima kakari


4-3 approach

[Diagram]
Knight's move - first attachment  
[Diagram]
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  

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.


Other moves

Manchurian Fuseki/Discussion
[Diagram]
Keima kakari  

tapir/45 JosekiWME last edited by tapir on June 26, 2014 - 21:41
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