Hazim (2nd-gen), had just returned from his overseas studies, Liverpool, recently for summer break. Considerably as one of the most potential go player in Brunei. Sense of flowing silently in the game communicating with the stones had been always remained as his specialty.
Just yesterday (11th of June, 2009), Xinwen and Zhe Fan had thought of the elements used in go:- Sky, Storm, Fire, Water, Earth, Darkness, Light and Thunder. Putting that Hazim, the guardian of water and his opponent Peng Hui had an obvious playing style of a Storm: inconsistency.
– Participated in the 2nd Asian Amateur Baduk Championship 2008 (May)
– Most Valuable player – All – win – in Brunei Team Tournament 2008 (June)
– 3rd Place in Brunei Team Tournament 2007 (December)
This interesting pattern was appeared in Hazim and Peng Hui’s game yesterday. Black is actually half-alive.
Can you spot the tesuji?
In any case if White dropped at “1” in sente, Black can just cut at “2” which is the tesuji.
If White want to cut the stone, then the result is disastrous for white. The whole group of white is dead.