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The push and cut just works, right?J16 H16J14 H15 J13if J12, K12 atari, K13 K12 dead
how about ... if black answers k12? instead of j12?
nevermind .. i take that back .
I think the answer is simple.white has to play at P19 to capture black's group and prevents "SEKI".If white plays at another point,black will play at J16 to make "SEKI".Did I miss something?
I missed read about the "SEKI".It's impossible for White to capture Black's N18 group and prevent the "SEKI" ,except If Black let white capture the N18 group(hehe).Here I have 2 answers for this tsumego.1.first white plays at J13,then B J14,W J16,B H16,W H12,B H13,W J12 captures 2 black stones.2.W Plays J16,B H16,W J13,B J14,W H12,B H13,W J12 captures 2 Black's stones.My answers are similiar but they have different order.I think the idea is to save W group around O14.That W group seem has only one eye.
@above poster: Black does not have to J14 when White J13. So both your answers are probably not correct.
Yes, that's true that B must not answer at J14 to respond White J13.Black can play at H13 to respond White J13.And my 2 answers are not correct.If so....,Here is my other answer:First White plays at J13,then B H13,W J12, If B responds at J14,then W H12 captures 2 black stones.But if B responds W J12 at H12, W plays at J14,B K12,W J16,If B answers at J H15,W plays H16 and later can capture 3 B's stones(J17 group)if B answers W J16 at H16,W H15 captures B's J15 stone.then B H14,W J15 connect.this way W can capture B's K13 group.What do you think?
@DichiGo:After playing your moves out I think the only reply Black has for White J13 is B J12 W K12 B H12 W J14 B H14 W J14 B H16 to create a ko.
So what is the correct answer?
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