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Despite a very long history, the jury is still out on double approach variations to the 4-4 point. In amateur Go White might expect to gain advantage that way, considering the right-hand corner alone. Page 32 sur 138 On Your Side by Charles Matthews, 3-dan White 3 as shown, on the other hand, looks at the side as whole. It is a close pincer, favoured by the great Otake Hideo 9 dan. This isn't chaotic fighting at all (yet): White is leaving the right-hand corner unsettled for the moment, but you can read that as flexibility.
Further attempts to pressure White can be expected from Black. Page 53 sur 138 On Your Side by Charles Matthews, 3-dan Here then is a hypothetical opening on the whole board, with both sides adhering to conventional methods. There is still little e nough in the way of secure territory (Black has a chance to invade later between 6 and 8, as White has between 9 and 11). White's group in the lower right has settled, at the cost of answering a number of Black's plays. In contrast Black's group in the upper left is running out in search of security, but also seeking an active role in fighting.
We'll look in greater detail at all of this as the series continues. Judging by games on the Go Teaching Ladder, the Chinese styles (low and high) are enormously popular still amongst amateurs. For the moment, something that sticks out like a sore thumb from the previous diagram. Not to be needlessly mysterious, here's an explanation. Page 48 sur 138 On Your Side by Charles Matthews, 3-dan What about White 1 here? It seems not to be chosen by pros, and one can look for a reason. Eventually they get round to trials of all the reputable possibilities in a position.