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161 pages, paperback, Slate & Shell, 1. edition 2010.

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Dinerchtein studies unknown variations in joseki. He plays these moves also in important tournaments. Some of these moves can be considered trick moves. This book is therefore a must for aspiring top players. For others players it is interesting to see how in simple joseki a totally unexpected move can lead to surprising variations. The value of the book is in the way these variations are judged by professionals.

Language English
Author Dinerchtein, Alexander
Younggil, An
Publisher Slate & Shell
Edition 1.
Medium Book
Weight 280 g
Width 15.1 cm
Height 22.6 cm
Pages 161
ISBN-13 9781932001549
Year of Publication 2010
Binding paperback

001 Move #1: Attaching to a 4-4 stone after an approach move is pincered

007 Move #2: An inside cut against a 3-3 Invasion

011 Move #3: An unusual hane against a 3-3 invasion

017 Move #4: A new second line diagonal move in a 3-4 joseki

023 Move #5: A new pincer in the low Kobayashi fuseki

028 Move #6: The low sanrensei fuseki

034 Move #7: Attaching to the approach move in the Chinese fuseki

042 Move #8: My favorite trick play: an unexpected cut in a 3-4 joseki

049 Move #9: A questionable extension in a 3-4 joseki

054 Move #10: A komoku-nased low Chinese fuseki

058 Move #11: Attaching to a 4-4 stone instead of a 3-3 invasion

062 Move #12: Jumping out from the pincer instead of the 4-4 stone

069 Move #13: A tricky cut in a 3-4 joseki

079 Move #14: An active pincer in a 3-4 joseki

084 Move #15: A dubious cut in a 3-4 joseki

091 Move #16: A new move for fighters in a 4-4 joseki

097 Move #17: A comparison of two pincers in a 3-4 joseki

103 Move # 18: A new move in a common 4-4 joseki

108 Move #19: A new move in another 4-4 joseki

114 Move #20: A jump in place of an extension in a 4-4 joseki

122 Move #21: A surprising attachment under a third line stone

132 Move #22: A rare contact play in a 3-4 joseki

138 Move #23: A dubious variation in the high Chinese fuseki

149 Move #24: A new move in the Kobayashi fuseki

153 Move #25: My favorite trick play in a pro game!

161 Alexander Dinerchtein's Web Sites

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