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the high approach is not for territory, but always a special approach due to a particular scenario of the whole board. One purpose of high approach is to attack. Refer to http://eidogo.com/#2LRby3iCq , the 3rd game of the Kamakura jubango between Go Seigen and Minoru Kitani. White 12 is the high approach. The idea is to cut the black 1 (4-4) from black 11. ...
Blindfolded go games are rare as the board is much bigger than chess, but some do try it for fun: http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjA2MzkxNTI=.html it's performed by Bao Yun, a Chinese amateur player.
First of all, simply playing joseki does not mean the result will be even (or even good for you) on a given board. A joseki is a sequence that is considered as often optimal given a particular situation. If the situation changes, a joseki which was fine before might suddenly become a terrible choice. The situation depends on the whole board. In particular, ...
Nice one with discussion of the positions is here: http://senseis.xmp.net/?Joseki This page is referred to as a source by Josekipedia.com: http://senseis.xmp.net/?GendaiJosekiJiten But I am not actually sure what that is, if it is equal to http://senseis.xmp.net/?Joseki or not.
I use this one: http://www.learngo.co.uk/Joseki.php?Sequence=4-4,6-4 This one is the best in the sense that you immediately see how the board will look like afterwards, so you can choose proper Joseki according to your current context. But some Josekis (like 5-3) are unfortunatelly missing there.
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