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comment Why is this NOT joseki?
@jknappen And it's not pushing from behind. That is usually used when both players have full connections (no diagonals), and usually it's not used for. In this pattern white's diagonal is very weak, as mentioned in the first diagram here.
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comment Is there a strategy for consistent winning in the base dominion game with the base setup?
And, looking at the article in my answer, they run simulations and find a Village/Smithy algorithm that beats Smithy Big Money slightly more than 50% of the time.
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comment Llawanor Elves Trampled on desert Oasis. Act of God or Force of Nature?
+1 for the question title alone.
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comment Why is it called “Chinese Checkers”?
Question shows no research effort.
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comment 4-4 high approach joseki question
But, of course, "best" depends on full-board context. If the top is important to W, she could play 8 at E16 and push through. But it's purely W's choice at that point.
Oct
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comment 4-4 high approach joseki question
Agreed. Black deviates from joseki with 5 (typically at C17), and looks thoroughly punished.