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Reducing Territorial Frameworks: Attacking and Defending Moyos

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Paperback, 200 pages
Published July 1st 1986 by The Ishi Press
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It's not always the case that invading the opponent's territories is the only option of attacking. So the concept of reducing moves (keshi) is born.

The aim of a reducing move is to limit the expansion of his territorial framework (moyo) or reducing its size. As the author put it, this technique would not bring actual profit locally maintains territorial balance in the overall context.

I like the way Fujisawa Shuko structured the (traditional) priority of fuseki and or the options available when
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