FusekiExercise2/Solution by LZ

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Black first  

Conventional wisdom says to play urgent points before big points and make a base for the black stones at the top at b.

Leela Zero is less decisive and finds playing in the top left or the lower left corner equally valuable, if not more.

LZ's top choice  

LZ's top choice, by marginal percentages, is to enclose at B1. White pincers the two stones and B3-W4 indicates the lower right is urgent.

Black first  

Almost equivalent is approaching the top corner, upon which White moves into the bottom. It seems like this board position calls for mutual damage

Black first  

The conventional choice to defend the two stones (here high) is also the most peaceful one. Both approach corners and two classical joseki follow, the top one completed with a and ''b'.

FusekiExercise2/Solution by LZ last edited by Dieter on December 5, 2019 - 18:24
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