*Played 12.30pm @ Taylor’s college, PJ*
Kai Chen has been classmate/course mate with Xinwen since the first semester, a very good colleague in architectural course.
Ever since the first semester, Kai Chen had decided to take up Go lesson from Xinwen, with the current strength of estimating 10kyus (Xinwen’s grading).
Xinwen had figured out an immense potential within Kai Chen in playing the game of Go, with very good judgment and logical thoughts in playing the game.
* Basic Joseki*
Something need to be emphasized in the game with Kai Chen is that the Joseki at the top left played in the real game is not as effectively develop as the Joseki shown here.
The originally play has too much move, and helped White to make move “30” which is again the theory of 4th line territory – elimination of any potential reduction or invasion.
Comparing here, there is still aji left at the White’s territory, and Black is seem to be lighter than the original one.
– Commented by Amateur 2-Dan Xinwen