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To me it looks like 9 outside liberties to 8 outside liberties. Advantage white.
right :)in non-eye-space v.s non-eye-space, it's not matter that non-in-space or only one in-space.because of solving it, I will blog level up.
I also got the same result. With one shared liberty the outside liberties count, so it's 9 to 8 for white.
Well, I first miscounted (hey, it's early in the morning here!!!) but then I counted again and got the same result oolong and hanekomu got. Thanks for your detailed explanations, looking forward to the rest of the series. Nanny
Thank you for solving it, hanekomu, NannyOgg.I'm sorry Nanny, I started global blog for the first time, so I didn't think that point. :)Our last goal is, big-eye-space v.s small-eye-space with in-space, in-ko and out-ko.It seems very difficult, but with me, you will feel easier. Because I lectured about it in Korea during 2003~2004, and I had seen many baduk-ers better and better.