2 new joseki to study
Do you like to study new patterns?
How about 2 new moves just in 1 game?
Both are very complicated - I added some variations inside.
You can study these new moves and try them in your games
By the way, joseki #1 (lower right corner) is also explained in my new book "New moves
I successfully tried it in Europe. For example, 10 years ago or so, I got big lead by using that idea
in my game with Svetlana Shikshina (redrose on KGS). I got comfortable lead in fuseki!
My game with Yoon Kwangsun, Korean ex-insei, was almost the same - he got tricked too!