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Black's pincer is too close to White's stone (it should be at least one space lower). (This variation is not in the joseki books because it is not joseki.) That means that White can "lean on it while indirectly attacking Black's corner stone. White should play Q15,Black plays p15, White cuts with P14, threatening to make a ladder to capture stone 3, Black ...
Take a look at Kogo's Joseki Dictionary. It has several variations for this move - too many to show them here.
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