double 1 space low approach to hoshi, tsuke out, 3-3
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|Janne||There is a bit of confusion here, in Young Sun Yoon's typical mistakes lecture, she more or less shows that blocking either side directly is bad shape and a typical mistake. I had never thought of this as a mistake directly, the reason it is confusing is that Guo Juan show this in for example 3 handi as black lecture with black blocking (the bigger side) as good. If i take for example black q16, white r14+o17, black p15, white r17, then Young Sun suggests it is much better to play lighter for example q13/n16/m15 than it typically is to directly block either side with q17 or r16. I understand there can be very different circumstances on the board so that different moves are better (as always) I can agree that i don't like the shape by blocking one side directly, but as Guo Juan shows with follow up it looks ok to me. Is it difference of opinion on it being a typical mistake? sorry for the confusing post..:)|
|Guo Juan||It is indeed a bit of confusing :-)
Would you please join one of my answering questions sessions on kgs? There I will be able to answer your question. The next session will be on August 20th. In the room called Audio Go Lesson Room, in lesson section. At GMT 2pm.
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