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(type : rated round-robin, time : 30 days, increment : 1 day / move)
Last move : 0-1 2008 November 22 9:44:2
[Rating 1 "0107"]
[Rating 2 "0648"]
1.k10 d16 2.k16 q15 3.q17 q9 4.q4 r3 5.r4 p4 6.q3 n4 7.o2 k4 8.d4 d6 9.f3 f4 10.g3 g4 11.h3 h4 12.l2 l3 13.m3 m4 14.k3 l4 15.p3 o3 16.r7 q7 17.q6 p6 18.p5 o4 19.r6 o5 20.p7 q5 21.r5 q8 22.o7 m7 23.o9 l9 24.o6 k12 25.l10 m9 26.m10 n9 27.o10 n10 28.p11 q11 29.q12 j10 30.m12 m11 31.l11 k11 0-1
This go game has been lost on time (started : 2008.08.08 13:23:34)
Here are the names of the openings (joseki) played in the four corners :
Corner q16 : q15 q17
Takamoku (Gomok, Gaomu`) 5-4 Point.
The takamoku (high) point (5-4). With its emphasis on influence, the 5-4 point complements the 4-4 (hoshi) point in creating an influence-oriented fuseki.
White responds with 3-3, 3-5, 4-6, 4-7, 3-6, 3-7.
Corner q4 : q9 q4
This joseki is unknown.
A weak or weird move has probably been played in this corner.
Corner d4 : d4 d6
Hoshi (Hwajeom, Seongjeom, Xingwei`) 4-4 Point.
The star or hoshi (4-4) point, emphasizing influence at the potential expense of territory.
Ikken Takagakari (Hankan Nop'dakeolch'im, Yi Gaojia, 1-Space High Approach).
Black typically responds at 6-4 or 3-10. Black 4-10 is played when Black finds play on the right side advantageous. Black 4-8 or 3-8 may be played when Black has support at top.
Player White won this Go (weiqi, baduk) game.
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