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Basic question -How can I stop this white attack from below?
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Author:  DiogoBarbosa [ Wed Feb 04, 2015 12:01 am ]
Post subject:  Basic question -How can I stop this white attack from below?

Hello,
I'm a Beginner, and I'm studing a lot, and reading some basic Joseki's.

I know the basic to protect my corner against attacks that comes by above side.
But how can I stop this white attack from below to protect and stay with my corner?

Thank you all for patience, and sorry by a simple beginner question.



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Author:  EdLee [ Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:09 am ]
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Hi diogo, if you embed the SGF text directly in your post,
then you don't depend on an external webpage.

Author:  EdLee [ Wed Feb 04, 2015 1:13 am ]
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Hi diogo,

:b19: greedy. Just extend to G3. Then, :w20: B4 hane, :b21: blocks B5, :w22: connects B3, :b23: C6 tiger's mouth.

Author:  Uberdude [ Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:57 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Basic question -How can I stop this white attack from be

If you take a liberty with 13 at d3 then white has much less space to try to make eyes in the corner, though as it leaves a cut it can get more complicated. But your extend is not so bad, like Ed said the big mistake is g3. If you just extend it becomes the standard 3-3 invasion under a 4-4 stone sequence (do you know this?) which is fine for black as you get a strong wall. You should rarely feel bad about your opponent crawling on the 2nd line whilst you make a wall on the 3rd line, particularly in the opening.

Author:  DiogoBarbosa [ Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:27 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Basic question -How can I stop this white attack from be

Thanks a lot!!!
I understood how to put the embed sgf and that my move is greedy.

I will serach and study about standard 3-3 invasion under a 4-4 stone sequence.

Thank you very much!!!!

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