Andre Engels: No comment, this all looks excellent.
Orcun: is exactly what I wanted. Even now the white stnoes looks overconcentrated. I don't think any attack on looks so threatening. White could play at b and if Black attacks , again one could ignore that and play at a.
: Andre Engels: Strange move. Better to stay one step further away from the stone, for example at a.
: Andre Engels: Better at b. A black move there is big.
Orcun: b was what I expected, too.
: Orcun: Why I did not play at b then? I usually like to create more complex board situations instead of just taking advantage of a bad move. But later on I have totally forgotten that opportunity.
: Andre Engels: Too slow, and not so good shape. White should either leave this position alone, or jump out normally with c.
: Andre Engels: Interesting move. But whether it is good? I doubt it. The direction in which it is working is not at all clear, and the black position is quite easily cut through.
Orcun I know it gives white the opportunity to decide the line of play but I think it is very hard to decide which side is better for white. I haven't seen this kind of advice but I believe it may be a good style of playing, especially against computers. I am waiting for your opinions about this.
, : Andre Engels: Good
to : Andre Engels: Joseki, see 3-3 invasion.
: Andre Engels: Better at a. The gain in points by playing at does not compensate for the loss in thickness.
Orcun: I guess I did trust on .
: Andre Engels: If had been at a, joseki would have been b. This tries to patch up the shape; an obvious weakness is left at c.
Charles Still, isn't such a bad play.
: Andre Engels: Connecting the ko looks better, leaving black with cutting points.