Finally, the last four plays are all miai. The order of plays does not matter. White wins by 1.
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If takes the wrong miai, Black takes his sente with - and then takes the other miai with . After the remaining four plays are miai. As with the Final miai diagram, the exact order of play does not matter. The result is jigo.
After we have not reached a miai. Black continues with . Now - is sente because of and . After the last two plays are miai. The result is jigo.
is worth 1.5 points, not 1, so is sente. But after White replies at , is tedomari, and Black gets jigo.