3-4 point, 5-4 approach, one-space low pincer, thrust
This is not reported in Ishida but there are at least 27 games on gobase with this thrust. In almost all games, White's intention is to counter-pincer . In the remaining few games, is part of a special plan, mostly a kind of leaning attack, some of which cases Black plays tenuki.
This is the most common variation. White will next attack . Black can omit and care about instead. If Black omits to take care of , White locks Black in with a.
Black only rarely cuts at b with , in which case an exchange takes place: White engulfs the top, including , and Black takes the left side by capturing .