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Re: [gnugo-devel] Hoshi fixes

From: bump
Subject: Re: [gnugo-devel] Hoshi fixes
Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 06:04:40 -0700

> So I think EJ72 should be removed, right? There must be other moves
> possible.
> Pattern EJ72
> # If the right edge is the fourth line this is
> # not too good because it provokes X to make territory
> # but there is no really good move in this case.
> .....        jump again
> ..*..
> ....X
> ..O..
> ....X
> X.O..
> .....
> .....
> -----
> :8,J

If EJ72 is omitted then GNU Go must be taught to play the
shoulder hit. This leads to a complicated situation. I am
doubtful that this pattern should be removed.

Assuming that the fourth line stone is at the 4-4 point,
perhaps the solution is to omit the first one space jump
but to play a kakari on the other side. The original kakari
stone is light since the 3-3 point is still open.

SY[Cgoban 1.9.12];B[pp];W[nq];B[lq];W[qn];B[np];W[mp]
C[Joseki is temporarily finished but after B plays somewhere else W has a
er forcing sequence.


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