This joseki is an invention of Dinerchtein, you can not find it in books or professional games (yet). It is closely related to other josekis and even the trick play that we saw in our very first episode resembles this pattern a bit.
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About timing, probes, monkeys and wriggling.
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It’s all about the.. hane!
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Often when invading you have to check out ladders first. Come in well prepared!
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More tesuji’s! This time #10 – #1 of best tesuji’s of all time!
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This week, in lightning speed, #20 to #11 from the list of best tesuji’s of all time!
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Shin Min Jun and Shin Jin Seo, promising Korean players (15-16 years and old), show us a new reducing technique.
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Direction of attack, attacking seemingly strong groups and when overplaying is ok when your opponent has a group that does not live yet.
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We continue with our invasion study. Attack with a kosumi and.. sometimes also escape with a kosumi!
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The mud, in this case, is the second line! This is not necessarily a trick play, but your opponent needs to answer carefully!
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