Ten Kyu Nadare
This is the resulting position. Although this apparently may seem like a reasonable result for White, I do not agree. White's shape here is bad, especially because of the possibility of the cut at a. Black might even cut there directly, but can also punish White for bad shape by playing the moves in the following variant.
Furthermore, Black can also play at in this diagram, which again shows a good result for Black.
White could try playing at , but then Black plays at , and White will have trouble looking after the two white stones in the center, because White still needs another move to live in the corner.