Aug 20, This gives an overview of point Enclosure Josekis (that is, joseki that start with a shimari rather than a single stone) that have a page (or. May 10, The page at enclosure joseki is a reference for variations in enclosure positions. The fundamental ideas are those of invasion, reduction, probe. Jan 2, It looks forward to local development to form a corner enclosure. . For joseki arising from these positions, see point enclosure joseki.

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Pattern 2 Black quickly settles the corner As mentioned before black 1 intends to make a corner enclosure with any of 2, 3, 4 or 6.

Black’s continuations If black continues here he can either play a tight move with A or B, a slightly less tight move with C or D, or play a large scale move with E or F. For many centuries, the point has been the most common way to start a game. When players tried new ideas in the 30s, first the distant approach became popular, in the period from to it was played in nearly each third case.

Enclosure Josekis – The Book at Sensei’s Library

It has been difficult to standardise terminology here on SL. This book will endlosure up your middle game and make you a master of the endgame. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Leaving you with a less rigid concept of Joseki Even if it does not tell the whole story it is based on a database research though. The point aims at balancing territory and influence.


Learn more about Amazon Prime. In this variation black plays 7 to keep white out of the corner. From a stone, it is normal to enclose on the open side. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Both moves will be discussed in great detail.

I’m not sure these simple statistics tell the whole story. Please study the professional games to get an understanding of how to choose between these options. Enclosure Josekis Attacking and Defending the Corner.

OpeningGo term. The nadare is a so called large scale joseki with many variations spreading over joseli board and affecting the game as a whole.

4-4 point Josekis

The following are statistics for how often the given enclosure was found in professional games in an otherwise empty 10×10 corner. Write a customer review. White can settle the kakari stone with the sequence through 8. Approaches a – c are sometimes used against the Chinese fusekisee point approach from the wrong direction.

For an overview of variations, see point distant high approach.

Fromby far the most usual enclosure is the one withwhich results in the enclosure already listed above. I give three examples to illustrate what might happen. Takemiya attracted early attention as a member of the ‘Kitani school trio’, of which Ishida and Kato were the other members. The most common enclosures are shown below; click on the letter for more details.


Explore the Home Gift Guide. Another background for this statistics is to help players keep in mind that the low approach is still a move to consider. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.

If extending along the left side one point further is of valuable to white for example, because white 8 has some extra meaning for the upper-left corner then white can play 6 instead of the solid connection enabling him to extend to 8.

Takemiya is best known for his bold and adventurous go style: For beginners as white I recommend just to play the simple variation as shown in pattern 2.

Customers who bought this item also bought. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway. The first three especially are popular, and are found in many thousands of professional games.