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New Moves

SSAD001

161 Seiten, kartoniert, Slate & Shell, 1. Auflage 2010

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Dinerchtein studies unknown variations in joseki. He plays these moves also in important tournaments. Some of these moves can be considered trick moves. This book is therefore a must for aspiring top players. For others players it is interesting to see how in simple joseki a totally unexpected move can lead to surprising variations. The value of the book is in the way these variations are judged by professionals.

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Gewicht 280 g
Hersteller Slate & Shell
Breite 15,1 cm
Höhe 22,6 cm
Medium Buch
Erscheinungsjahr 2010
Autor Alexander DinerchteinAn Younggil
Sprache Englisch
Auflage 1
ISBN-13 9781932001549
Seiten 161
Einband kartoniert

001 Move #1: Attaching to a 4-4 stone after an approach move is pincered

007 Move #2: An inside cut against a 3-3 Invasion

011 Move #3: An unusual hane against a 3-3 invasion

017 Move #4: A new second line diagonal move in a 3-4 joseki

023 Move #5: A new pincer in the low Kobayashi fuseki

028 Move #6: The low sanrensei fuseki

034 Move #7: Attaching to the approach move in the Chinese fuseki

042 Move #8: My favorite trick play: an unexpected cut in a 3-4 joseki

049 Move #9: A questionable extension in a 3-4 joseki

054 Move #10: A komoku-nased low Chinese fuseki

058 Move #11: Attaching to a 4-4 stone instead of a 3-3 invasion

062 Move #12: Jumping out from the pincer instead of the 4-4 stone

069 Move #13: A tricky cut in a 3-4 joseki

079 Move #14: An active pincer in a 3-4 joseki

084 Move #15: A dubious cut in a 3-4 joseki

091 Move #16: A new move for fighters in a 4-4 joseki

097 Move #17: A comparison of two pincers in a 3-4 joseki

103 Move # 18: A new move in a common 4-4 joseki

108 Move #19: A new move in another 4-4 joseki

114 Move #20: A jump in place of an extension in a 4-4 joseki

122 Move #21: A surprising attachment under a third line stone

132 Move #22: A rare contact play in a 3-4 joseki

138 Move #23: A dubious variation in the high Chinese fuseki

149 Move #24: A new move in the Kobayashi fuseki

153 Move #25: My favorite trick play in a pro game!

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