4-4 point low approach three-space low pincer
This is a traditional pincer that is still played.
igoalone: KJD (2011) notes that this is "Outdated" Anybody know why?
White's normal answers are:
Alex Weldon: I've been searching unsuccessfully for the continuation if White plays at c. Someone help me out?
The jump out at j was played in old Chinese games, but isn't a major variation in comtemporary go.
referenced by 44PointLowApproach