3-5 point, 4-3 approach, one space pincer, attach to approach
, Leaning on one of the pincering stones, while making a one space jump from the pincered stone, is the most natural move. Analysis with Leela Zero suggests that it is inferior to the kosumi or leaning on the other stone while playable.
We'll investigate Black's answers a, b and c.
After the pincer , white attaches with . Now through are the common way to continue. From here, black can either take the corner with a, or try to develop on both sides with a move at a. See 3-5 point low approach, pincer, attach on approach, develop on both sides
The most natural development is this one, where Black takes the corner with and White makes a base for herself while pincering Black's lone stone at or any of the circled points.
An alternative for is to develop on both sides with a
What happens when Black wedges here? Moves to appear forced. Next Black can choose a or b but neither result seems to turn out favorable for him.