Zero-space pincers

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[Diagram]
Shoulderhit  

This shoulder play B2 has its uses, but unless Black is strong in the centre it may just be a trick play. See BQM41.


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An idea to settle the position  

This was seen in an old Go Seigen-Hashimoto Utaro game. It isn't a ridiculous choice, assuming White can handle Black a in reply - see 6-3 point Another oddity in 3-6 point pincers.


[Diagram]
The 'Korean' play  



This strange idea actually goes back a long way, when black+circle is at a. It is only in recent years that variations have been accepted as joseki. See 4-4 point low approach low extension, slide, attach.


Zero-space pincers last edited by tapir on March 2, 2012 - 18:33
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