cross cut terminology [#1363]
18.104.22.168: cross cut terminology
(2008-04-14 11:05) [#4608]
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unkx80: I don't have Tesuji, but I can say that the typical usage of 相思断 refers to the crosscut tesuji like as shown in this diagram.
Herman Hiddema: Which would mean it refers to the double crosscut to connect technique, I assume?
: Is there a difference between 扭断 and 相思断 ?
(2008-04-14 11:44) [#4610]
Is there a difference between 扭断 and 相思断 ? If there is, in what situation would one use 扭断 in place of 相思断 and vice versa ?
: Re: Is there a difference between 扭断 and 相思断 ?
(2008-04-14 12:22) [#4611]
For what I've seen here, 扭断 seems to refer to cross-cuts in general, while 相思断 refers to the specific usage as a tesuji to connect.
This would be similar to the use of 立 (lì) for a descent (or sagari), with the terminology 金鸡独立 (jīn jī dú lì) for a specific tesuji employing this move, the Golden Chicken Standing on One Leg.