Saturday, December 7, 2013


This tip may be regarded as a no-brainer. Anyway I still think it's worth mentioning. When playing white, to avoid a cross-fuseki you must play on the diagonal corner. Cross-fuseki games usually end up being territorial instead of moyo based, so a further corner enclosure is a good idea. (Thanks Ben!)

W 2 avoids a cross-fuseki, if B wants a corner he must play at A or B

1 comment:

  1. Once again, I'm so sad it took so long for me to realize you had a blog. But yes, this is the way to avoid the cross-fuseki (though as you grow into your style, realize that cross-fuseki is usually a good thing for White!) =)