Oki Wants Ikken Tobi
The name of this shape is a pun on Obi-Wan Kenobi (a figure from the film series Star Wars). At the same time it indicates that, when a certain placement (oki) threatens, the following one point jump (ikken tobi) is called for. I discovered this line of play, after having it seen in Gokyo Shumyo, Section 1, Problem 18, Gokyo Shumyo, Section 1, Problem 34 and Gokyo Shumyo, Section 1, Problem 36. It is an example of How to learn from examples ? - a thread on rec.games.go started by Robert Jasiek. # : - 7
White threatens the placement at a. The placement will then either connect to , or connect underneath to .
White can't connect at , because she is suffering from shortage of liberties.
There must be special circumstances for the tesuji of this page to be correct.