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The biggest strength of a wall is that it keeps your opponents stones from connecting to anything on the other side of it; this forces him to worry about living in general, either by making life independently or connecting somewhere else. This is the general idea behind driving your opponent into your wall: Keep harassing him to keep him worrying about ...


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Your last try is the correct one. You must hane at 24 against the loose Black stone. When Black plays 25, you cut one stone to its right, atariing, the hanging stone, followed by an atari diagonally from 24, and an extension from that atari stone. Your goal is to break up Black's lower side formation, giving you a "flanking" position to both the bottom left ...


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