Go (weiqi, baduk) - Game 13058

  
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J. Walton, 2141
N. Bernal Varela, 2503

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Last move : 0-1     2008 March 14   17:28:7


[Event "FICGS__GO__WCH_TOURNAMENT__000001"]
[Site "FICGS"]
[Date "2007.07.12"]
[Round "1"]
[Black "Kobayashi,Tetsuya"]
[White "Ruzin,Mikhail"]
[Result "0-1"]
[Rating 1 "1820"]
[Rating 2 "2180"]

1.r17 d4 2.q3 d16 3.f3 c6 4.k4 r6 5.q5 s4 6.p7 q6 7.p6 o4 8.r8 r3 9.r2 q4 10.p4 r4 11.p2 o3 12.p3 o5 13.p5 s2 14.s1 s7 15.s8 t2 16.m4 m5 17.l5 m6 18.k7 l6 19.k6 m8 20.o9 j5 21.k5 h3 22.h4 g4 23.g3 j4 24.j3 h5 25.h2 f4 26.e3 d3 27.m10 l9 28.k11 j9 29.h7 j8 30.h6 d10 31.o16 q14 32.o14 q16 33.q17 r16 34.r12 q12 35.q11 r13 36.p12 q13 37.r11 p16 38.p17 o15 39.n15 p15 40.n17 m16 41.n16 j17 42.c17 c16 43.d17 e17 44.e18 f17 45.f18 g17 46.b16 b15 47.b17 c14 48.c8 c9 49.e8 h11 50.e15 f14 51.j13 f7 52.e4 e5 53.f8 d7 54.g7 d8 55.f11 f10 56.g10 h10 57.g13 g11 58.g9 f12 59.e11 e10 60.f13 e13 61.e14 d13 62.g15 e16 63.f15 h14 64.g12 e12 65.h13 h15 66.g14 k15 67.k14 s17 68.s15 s14 69.s18 s16 70.s12 t18 71.r18 s13 72.r15 t15 73.d2 c2 74.e2 l14 75.l13 m14 76.m13 m17 77.m18 l18 78.n18 n14 79.o13 n13 80.n12 m2 81.m3 n2 82.l2 g18 83.l8 m9 84.m7 l7 85.k8 n7 86.k9 l10 87.k10 j2 88.h4 o8 89.p8 o6 90.n9 n8 91.l11 f5 92.c1 b2 93.l17 l16 94.j15 k16 95.j16 k17 96.h16 h3 97.k3 b1 98.d1 h4 99.g2 f19 100.d18 r5 101.t13 t17 102.e7 f6 103.h17 h18 104.e19 g19 105.t7 t6 106.t8 t4 107.r7 s6 108.a15 a14 109.a16 j12 110.k12 g16 111.j14 q7 112.q8 e6 113.h9 j10 114.m15 l15 115.l19 k19 116.m19 g6 117.o2 n3 118.n4 n5 119.d15 c15 120.l1 t14 121.t12 e9 122.s19 h8 123.g8 d11 124.o1 t1 125.r1 p13 126.j11 h12 127.j7 f11 128.d14 p14 129.o12 m1 130.n1 o7 131.f16 f9 132.j6 t19 133.pass pass 134.pass pass 0-1




Here are the names of the openings (joseki) played in the four corners :

Corner d4 : d4 f3

Hoshi (Hwajeom, Seongjeom, Xingwei`) 4-4 Point.
The star or hoshi (4-4) point, emphasizing influence at the potential expense of territory.

Ikken Kakari (Hankan Keolch'im, Yi Gua`jiao~, 1-Space Low Approach).
Black 2 is the standard approach move to the 4-4.

Corner q4 : q3 r6

Komoku (Somok, Xiao~mu`) 3-4 Point.
The komoku (3-4) point is the traditional corner enclosure move..

Nikken Kakari (Dukan Keolch'im, E`r Gua`jiao~, 2-Space Low Approach).
White 2 is used with friendly forces backing it up. Its purpose is to prevent a pincer. Locally it results in a loss, but may be appropriate fuseki strategy. It was popular in the late 1950s and early 1960s, but is not seen often nowadays, having been replaced by the one-space high approach, with which it has points in common.


Player White won this Go (weiqi, baduk) game.






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