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All sequences start with the hane at B1. If white responds simply with W2, the throw in at B3 is a brilliant tesuji, because after white captures at W4...


The throw in at B5 is both an atari and a broken snapback. W can escape the snapback at "a", but then black captures at "c". W can capture at "b", but then black plays snapback at B5.


If W2, then B3 connects. The rest is the same as the above diagrams.

Imagist/DifficultProblemSolution last edited by on April 25, 2020 - 12:23
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