4-4 point, low-high double approach, hane

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Low-High double kakari, high attachment
Low-High double kakari, high attachment
Low-High double kakari, high attachment with pincer
Low-High double kakari, high attachment with pincer
Low-High double kakari, high attachment with pincer

4-4 Point Low-High Double Approach, direct Hane

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Low-High double kakari, high attachment  

tderz: After W1, B2 is mandatory, thereafter W3 is played.

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Low-High double kakari, high attachment  

tderz: Later B plays a, the important ramifications from there are b and c depending on Black stones on e and f and depending possibilities of black g or h. Patrick Traill: Either white+circle should be unmarked or the mark should be referred to?

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Low-High double kakari, high attachment with pincer  

When there is a pincer at black+circle, then playing B6 here is a simple variation.

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Low-High double kakari, high attachment with pincer  

Patrick Traill: This is in 38 Basic Joseki, p. 188 Dia. 4. Implications need to be added.

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Low-High double kakari, high attachment with pincer  

Patrick Traill: This variant of the preceding is in Ishidaís Dictionary of Basic Joseki, II, p. 189 Dia. 110. Implications need to be added.


4-4 point, low-high double approach, hane last edited by PJTraill on April 19, 2018 - 15:03
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