I a recent game, my opponent (playing white) boldly invaded my seemingly secure corner:
In the game (and even now) I could not find a way for black to get away without damage (see below for my attempt in the game).
So my question is: Can anyone see a better way for black to handle the invasion or is it already too late?
In the end (after some more mistakes) I lost by 1.5 points...
Hikaru79: I think black playing the 3-3 point is vital (clamp). Because of black's surrounding stones, white can't connect back to her stones on the right. I think this was the way to play. (Eagerly awaiting to be proven wrong)
Klaus: Charles is surely right. looks like a horrible overplay to me. We "lesser players" should try to find a plausible killing sequence after . (which Charles should not provide yet, we want to have our fun first!)
Klaus: Threatens to play at , which would make a a false eye, and reduce the eyespace too much for white to live.
Klaus: I tried to post the same sequences, some seconds after you, so I just added my unnecessary explanations.
I hate that city! --Klaus
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