Inducing Move/Example in Context

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Typical handicap game  

B1 shows good spirit; W4 is a typical handicap game move.

Black's apparent tesuji sequence  

Black thinks he can break out easily with the B1-B3 combination. But White has a good reply using an inducing move (in fact, it is the only way to get a good result here):

White's tesuji sequence  

W3 is the key move. This may look subtle, but in fact the difference between this sequence and more standard replies is pretty big. I think it is worth playing around with this position a bit to appreciate the value of W3.

some moves later  

Black hasn't to worry as well as he is out in the safe and white has to take care of her single stone.


Inducing Move/Example in Context last edited by tapir on August 12, 2009 - 20:27
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