3-4 point high approach

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This gives an overview of 3-4 point high approach Josekis that have a page (or several pages) on Sensei's Library.

For some decades this move has been very popular in pro games as well as in amateur dan and kyu games. There are some simple josekis that start with this approach, however it is also the starting point for two of the most complicated josekis: the Magic Sword and the Avalanche (Nadare).

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.


Inside Contact at B2

3-4 point high approach inside contact

[Diagram]
Inside contact play  

Nadare Joseki

[Diagram]
Nadare  

Outside Contact at B2

[Diagram]
Outside contact play (1)  
[Diagram]
Outside contact play (2)  

Keima at B2

[Diagram]
Keima  
[Diagram]
Low extension  

Two space extension with B2

[Diagram]
Large low extension  

Pincer with B2

[Diagram]
One-space low pincer  
[Diagram]
One-space high pincer  
[Diagram]
Two-space high pincer  

3-4 point high approach last edited by empror on October 22, 2017 - 18:55
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