*Boonyawai from Thailand*

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Boonyawai vs ZheFan

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Recently, there was an unexpected guest from Thailand visited Brunei for business trip and contacted us (Brunei Darussalam Go Association).

The committee brought him out for supper and had a couple of Go game with him at Radisson Hotel.

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*Xinwen vs Boonyawai*

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Xinwen had the opportunity to play with Boonyawai and the game was surrendered by Xinwen.

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*Crucial Moment of Ko Fight*

KO Fight
KO Fight

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Xinwen (Black) had an upper hand at the current situation controlling his favourite moyo game. It is black’s turn to play. where would you go?

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*kifu*

Drago document
Figure 1 (1~38)
Drago document
Possible Variation 1

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Figure 1 (1~38), It has been a while since Xinwen last comment a game. Move-23 can be easily played at for 3rd-line territory which could result in [Possible Variation 1]. Move-27 should defend at Move-28 or for a stronger influence.

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*Figure 2 (38-52)*

Figure 2 (38-52)
Figure 2 (38-52)
Drago document
Joseki Variation 1

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Figure 2 (38-52), White quickly snatches Move-38 to reduce Black’s potential moyo. Black’s Move-39 to Move-51 was not put enough thought. Xinwen had reviewed, it may be better to result in choice of [Joseki Variation 1] so that White is not thicken.

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*Crucial Moments*

Drago document
Figure 3 (52~86)

move-79: move-56, move-64

Drago document
Figure 4 ( Move 86~111)

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Figure 3 (52~86), Black had a good fight from move 70~86 getting a thick center.

Figure 4 (86~111), Black Move-89 could try to tenuki to play strongest move at A to test White’s life and death. White Move-116 was forcing Black to capture at Move-109 and threaten the game at Ko Move-111B, C, D and were potential Ko threat.

Regardless, the game was fun.