4-4 point low approach attach

    Keywords: Joseki

In this position, B2 used to be considered joseki, and was one of the most popular joseki taught to beginners, but has been a bit less popular in recent years. The AI revolution has cast doubt on whether it is generally a good move, but it is still seen in professional games in 2019.

4-4 point low approach attachment, 3-3 invasion 4-4 Point low approach attachment, wedge 4-4 point low approach attach hane
[Diagram]
Low approach attach  



W3 at:

extend (see variation) or cut (see variation)

Recently reevaluated:

Not joseki:

  • d, see BQM 97.
  • a move like f does not put enough pressure on the attaching stone and allows Black to play the bulge at e.



Attach

[Diagram]
Attach  


Attach and block

[Diagram]
Tsuke-osae (attach-and-block)  


Attach and extend

[Diagram]
Tsuke-nobi (attach-and-extend)  


Attach and cut

[Diagram]
Attach and cut  


Wedge

[Diagram]
Wedge  


3-3 invasion

[Diagram]
Attach-invade  



See also


4-4 point low approach attach last edited by yuzukitea on August 8, 2021 - 00:07
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