(080325) I saw Maître Lim last saturday at the Paris Go tournament. Among other things, he made the following comments on a recent Lee Sedol fuseki. The game is from the 12th Samsung Cup, final round 1 (2008-01-21) -- Park Yeonghun vs. Lee Sedol (White).
After , a-b-c followed.
Now Lim suggests the pincer at should be at a57. He gives the following alternative to , giving a better result than Sedol's play:
As the ladder isn't good, White has to atari on the other side at . After White 7, what should Black play? Answer:
Lim did explore another set of variations, unfortunately I can't really remember now. Did it start with this?
Lim was also scathing about , which according to elementary go theory should be on the other side ("open up new territory", "don't play close to strong stones"...)
After 10, a-b-c-d-e and Black is over-concentrated.
Lim does not think much of current top pros' fusekis.
Maître Lim is 85 years old.
 White should play keima on the second line at a28. The position doesn't look good for White. (When Lim asked me the question, I could only come up with a27.)