Knight's check

A: Knight's check  

Here, White's move W1 creates an opposition of stones, forming a shape called keima. The position can be called a knight's check.

Small knight's approach  

If it occurs in the corner it is called a small knight's approach

Knight's cap  

Like this it would be a knight's cap.

The idea is to have a general term for two stones of opposite color in a knight's shape, as a counterpart for a knight's move

Knight's check last edited by on March 25, 2022 - 10:25
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