3-3 point distant high approach, tenuki variations

  Difficulty: Expert   Keywords: Joseki
Black's tenuki  

It is just about possible for Black to ignore the approach white+circle. According to what is said on tenuki joseki, this ought really to be discussed under 6-4 point josekis.

White's tenuki  

White may ignore black+circle. Then Black's likely plays here are at a, or at b if this matters as a focal point. Black at a may start a running fight, when White answers at b.

Charles Matthews

3-3 point distant high approach, tenuki variations last edited by CharlesMatthews on May 28, 2003 - 18:46
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