3-5 point low approach, one space low pincer, attach on approach
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 b.
as an alternative, after the pincer , and white attaches with , then black pokes in the middle. moves to 7 appear forced, but continuation afterwards is complex. cannot find in Ishida, or other sources, ladder relationship possible. comments welcome. chad
With and black tries to develop the top. White will take the corner. After , white should break out. This is done with the move a or the tesuji at b, which is more risky.
For follow up, see 3-5 point low approach, pincer, attach on approach, develop on both sides.