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If Black wants to keep White from making a large territory on the right side by playing ‘g’ in Dia. 4, he can easily do so, but he can not take away all of White’s territory, nor make much territory of his own there, and by attacking Black ‘g’ White can build up strength for use in other directions, without having to worry about his strong stones in the upper right corner. In Dia. 5, however, where White has only one stone in the upper right corner and Black can aim to attack it, a squeeze play would be above criticism.

By and by Black may annoy White by playing ‘c’ himself, aiming at ‘d’ in the corner. 32 Dia. 4. After the kaketsugi at 5 White need not always extend at ‘a’. In this situation he might choose to make a shimari at 7 instead. Dia. 5. Thinking of this, Black can play 6 and 8, (or 6 and ‘a’, or 6 and ‘b’), instead of just ‘a’. Then after White 9 he can attack with 10, and Black 6 should turn out to be useful in the fighting to come. He must play 6 right after White 5 if he wants White to answer it at 7.

White 6 gets in the way of Black ‘b’. and so is suitable if White wants to build territory on the lower side, but it is not as solid as White ‘c’. By and by Black may annoy White by playing ‘c’ himself, aiming at ‘d’ in the corner. 32 Dia. 4. After the kaketsugi at 5 White need not always extend at ‘a’. In this situation he might choose to make a shimari at 7 instead. Dia. 5. Thinking of this, Black can play 6 and 8, (or 6 and ‘a’, or 6 and ‘b’), instead of just ‘a’. Then after White 9 he can attack with 10, and Black 6 should turn out to be useful in the fighting to come.

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