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60 Dia. 4. This time White uses 1 and 3 to attack on the right side. There is a good reason for his playing 3 on the fourth line instead of the third. Dia. 5. If 3 is played on the third line, Black will lose no time in striking with 4. After 6 his stones have better shape than they could possibly get in Dia. 4, and the space between White 3 and 5 and White Δ is too narrow. If White played 3 correctly at 5 and Black played 4, White would answer with ‘a’, not 3. 61 Dia. 6. If after the basic joseki White advances on Black’s corner with 1 here, Black 2 is a good reply.
White 6 gets in the way of Black ‘b’. and so is suitable if White wants to build territory on the lower side, but it is not as solid as White ‘c’. By and by Black may annoy White by playing ‘c’ himself, aiming at ‘d’ in the corner. 32 Dia. 4. After the kaketsugi at 5 White need not always extend at ‘a’. In this situation he might choose to make a shimari at 7 instead. Dia. 5. Thinking of this, Black can play 6 and 8, (or 6 and ‘a’, or 6 and ‘b’), instead of just ‘a’. Then after White 9 he can attack with 10, and Black 6 should turn out to be useful in the fighting to come.
In this situation, the spacing between 7 and Δ is also just right. The point ‘b’ may become another good extension for Black later on. Dia. 3. Sometimes White plays 6 as shown here, so as to be able to play ‘a’ later. White 6 gets in the way of Black ‘b’. and so is suitable if White wants to build territory on the lower side, but it is not as solid as White ‘c’. By and by Black may annoy White by playing ‘c’ himself, aiming at ‘d’ in the corner. 32 Dia. 4. After the kaketsugi at 5 White need not always extend at ‘a’.