Go (weiqi, baduk) - Game 37008

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B. Ozen, 2235
N. Hallqvist, 2233


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(type : rated knockout,   time : 30 days,   increment : 1 day / move)

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Last move : 0-1     2010 July 13   21:27:31

[Site "FICGS"]
[Date "2009.11.03"]
[Round "4"]
[Black "Yang,Huayong"]
[White "von Erichsen,Svante Carl"]
[Result "0-1"]
[Rating 1 "2334"]
[Rating 2 "2712"]

1.q17 r4 2.d16 c4 3.r15 k17 4.p3 m3 5.p6 r6 6.q5 r5 7.f3 h3 8.c3 d3 9.d4 c2 10.b3 e4 11.d5 e3 12.b2 d7 13.e6 f4 14.e7 d9 15.c7 c8 16.b7 e8 17.g17 n17 18.r10 o5 19.q4 r3 20.p8 r12 21.m5 l4 22.c15 p12 23.p10 n12 24.n10 c13 25.p15 n15 26.g7 e17 27.d17 f15 28.f16 e16 29.e15 e14 30.d15 h16 31.e18 f14 32.m11 m12 33.k11 l12 34.j4 j3 35.k4 k3 36.l5 j10 37.k10 h8 38.k12 k13 39.j9 h9 40.h10 j8 41.k9 g10 42.j13 j14 43.k14 l13 44.h12 c6 45.b6 b8 46.d6 b14 47.b15 o3 48.p2 o2 49.s7 r7 50.s8 q2 51.o1 n2 52.t4 t5 53.s5 s4 54.t6 t3 55.s6 s2 56.o18 n18 57.a8 a9 58.a7 b9 59.h14 j15 60.f12 g13 61.g12 a15 62.a16 a14 63.b16 o6 64.o7 m7 65.l7 l8 66.k8 n6 67.n7 m6 68.k7 m9 69.m10 s14 70.s15 d11 71.p5 o4 0-1

This go game has been lost on time   (started : 2009.11.03  20:5:56)

Thibault de Vassal
Finally the clock decided the result... what do you think about the position?

Huayong Yang
Thank you for watching and thank Svante Carl for the game. Sorry about the timeout (I just got back from a vacation). Black was behind, I think.

Thibault de Vassal
"Fortunately" then...

Svante Carl von Erichsen
Thank you, Huayong. I think that Black lost some points in the centre, but White was behind before. It might be pretty close, but I cannot read out the end game completely.

Thibault de Vassal
Interesting discussion on the game in the lifein19x19 forum :) http://lifein19x19.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=1097

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

Corner q4 : r4 p3

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

Ikken Kakari (Hankan Keolch'im, Yi Gua`jiao~, 1-Space Low Pincer).
The small knight move is the basic approach move to the 3-4 point stone. It has been continually used for over four centuries. There are limitless variations, with new moves constantly being discovered. Black 2 opens the door to a treaure store of joseki.

Corner d4 : c4 f3

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

Niken Kakari (Dukan Keolch'im, E`r Gua`jiao~, 2-Space Low Approach).
Black 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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