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White’s position is not solid: Black can play ‘a’, threatening to continue with ‘b’. and in addition Black ‘c’, (threatening ‘d’), is sente if played at the right time. 44 White 6: second choice Dia. 2. The idea behind this White 6 is to build a wall over the lower side, and after White 8 Black typically makes some move on the lower side to reduce the amount of white territory there. Before doing so, he may push White a bit farther, (Black ‘a’, White ‘b’. ), to build up his own strength over the right side.
It is not that Black’s eye shape is endangered, but if White were allowed to play at 2 himself, he could make territory in the center, and Black could not attack. In conclusion The ogeima kakari looks rather lukewarm so far. White’s real intention is usually to provoke a squeeze play, and then he has some good maneuvers, which we are coming to in section 18. 62 CHAPTER 3 Squeeze plays INTRODUCTION In the last chapter we saw what happens when Black answers White’s kakari by defending the corner in one way or another, letting White extend unhindered along the side.
This is not bad for White—note the endgame point left for him at ‘a’. 56 Dia. 7. It is possible for White to resist Black 3 with White 4, but is not really so smart of him to do so. Even though he can fight a little bit on the outside with Δ, he will soon have to play ‘a’ to live in the corner. Dia. 8. Sometimes Black may want to attack from the side instead of playing as in Dia. 4. Here is one likely setting for such a move. Against this Black 1, White could run out at 3 if he had any chance of counterattacking, but Black might get to play ‘a’ and White could find himself fighting a running battle without any base on the side.