Light play example 3

    Keywords: Shape, Tactics

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Peng Quan (Black) - Qiu Jun (White)  

This is how the game went. Although W1 and W5 is a tesuji that allowed White to secure the upper side, it is still not enough to win the game.

Peng Quan (Black) - Qiu Jun (White)  

During the game review, Peng Quan suggested playing the light move of W1 instead. While W3 and W5 look ordinary, the effect is better than the game sequence. This way, the game is close.

Some moves later...

Actual game sequence  

The commentary says that W4 is a mistake that allowed the White dragon to be captured. However, even if W4 is played correctly at a, Black will still win by a small margin.

Actual game sequence (continued)  

Black won by resignation.

Light play example 3 last edited by Unkx80 on November 26, 2009 - 19:39
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