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4, then a squeeze play is no longer so good; it is better for Black to play at 1, as in section 7. If Black wants to keep White from making a large territory on the right side by playing ‘g’ in Dia. 4, he can easily do so, but he can not take away all of White’s territory, nor make much territory of his own there, and by attacking Black ‘g’ White can build up strength for use in other directions, without having to worry about his strong stones in the upper right corner. In Dia. 5, however, where White has only one stone in the upper right corner and Black can aim to attack it, a squeeze play would be above criticism.

It has three purposes: it prevents White from making another attack on the corner, it makes ready to put pressure on White 1, and it prepares for a wide extension on the lower side. White usually answers it, if at all, by extending up the right side to ‘a’, ‘b’. or some such point. 52 When the diagonal play is needed Dia. 1. Here is an example of one kind of position in which the diagonal play is particularly necessary. White has a solid fortress in the upper right corner, and Black 1 is urgently needed to keep the white territory on the right side from growing too large.

1. Black defends his weak point at 6, and White does likewise at 7. After Black 8, White has good plays at ‘a’ and ‘b’, and he can also play tenuki. Dia. 2. With this shimari in the lower left corner it is a good idea for White to make the kaketsugi at 9, working toward a large territory across the lower side. 38 Dia. 3. With the joseki turned on its side, this is the same situation as before, except that White has only a single stone in the other corner. White 9 is not a bad move, but now Black can easily make a position on the side with 10 and 12.

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