Diagram 1, looking at White pincer at move-2, Black move-3 pincer back, followed up until move-9, is a commonly seen shape, how should white continued after this?
If White tenuki, Black a connect is strong move.
Diagram 2, White kosumi move-1, preventing Black to A connect, Black extension move-11 cannot be omitted, otherwise White B forcing press is very critical.White is in position of sente. White has invasion at C.
Diagram 3, White move-10 hold black’s stones isn’t a trendy move already. However, if Black plays move-c, White can tenuki due to the sufficiency of thickness. Alternative, White’s move-10 can be played at a or b too.
Diagram 4, White forces at move-1, sought to come from both sides. Black move-2 prevent White to peek at a in sente. White has outward influenc, also later if White b will be equally beneficial, black has bit loss.
Diagram 5, Regarding the White move-1 pincer, Black move-2 is a strong hand forces White to move-3 while protecting cover-up, Black tenuki. Black is better now compared to Diagram 4.
Diagram 6, Black move-2 kosumi, while preventing White to steal Black’s territory away at A, also helps to forcefully head outward is playable for both.
Diagram 7, Black can do move-2 pressed, is a strong move, After White move-3 hane exchanged with Black move-4, the invasion move A from Diagram 5 has disappeared then move-6 cut is big value, Black is satisfied in this diagram.
Diagram 8, When Black move-2 pressed, White can sente at move-3 thus White hane move-5 creates a different situation. White has advantages in this fight if Black move-8.
Diagram 9, Hence, Black move-8 must hane here to force White to cover at move-9. The follow-ups result even.