See also: Under the stones problem 5
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Under the stones
Black starts with the placement . This is a difficult move to respond to. If white a or b, black will connect out with e. So white must prevent that. If white c, e or any point further to the right, black will play a and at least one of white's eyes will be false. So the only move that both prevents connecting out and prevents a false eye is d.
Note: f and g are miai, if white plays one in response to , black plays the other.
Now, black plays a series of forcing moves. and threaten to connect out, while and threaten to make the eye that would be formed by capturing and a false one. So each of black's responses is forced. After , black will go on to capture...
After the capture, white must play a immediately. Other moves will result in white's death due to double damezumari, because white doesn't have many liberties on either side.
finally finishes white off, capturing under the stones.