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Nandomo kaigai ni Igo shidou ni dekake, eigo ni mo tannou na Sanno Kudan dake ni, kyokugo no kansousen de wa eigo nihongo o majiete, Muua-san ni kibishii shiteki ga nandomo tonda.
Many times foreign/abroad in guidance/coaching in departing, English not only skillful (name) 9th pro-level because of, after-the-game-(mod.)-impressions ___ ___ English Japanese (obj.) mixing, (name-hon.) to severe pointing out (subj.) many times flew (idiomatic).
Sanno 9-DAN, who speaks English well and who has made many teaching trips overseas, made many critical comments to Moore-san reflecting the match in English mixed with Japanese.
Tatoeba ikken futsuu ni mieru kuro 6.
For example glance ordinary at looking black 6.
For example, the seemingly ordinary placement of black-6.
Mochiron akushu de wa arimasen ga, shiro 7 kara 9, 11 made, kuro ishi ga warareru no ga ki ni narun desu to itte suishoushita no ga 1 zu, kuro 1 no kosumi.
Of course bad move as for haven't but, white 7 to 9, 11 up until, black stones (subj.) cutting (mod.) (subj.) worry (idiomatic) is (quote) saying praised (mod.) (subj.) 1 chart, black 1 (mod.) diagonal-play.
"Of course it is not a bad move but I would worry a bit about the fact that the black stones will be divided by white-7 to -9, and -11." After saying that, Sanno 9-Dan recommended black-1 KOSUMI (a diagonal play next to one's own stone), as shown on chart 1.
Tsuide shiro 2, 4 no tsukehiki wa kuro 5 to katamatte arigataishi, shiro 'a' ni wa kuro 'b' de juubun.
Then white 2, 4 (mod.) attachment as for black 5 become solid grateful, white a as for it black b at enough.
Then, the TSUKEHIKI of white -2 and -4 stuck with black-5 which is very welcome. Black-b is enough for white-a.
Most of all weaker-player-style (mod.) trick move at have white c, black d, white e (mod.) attachment-cut (obj.) protecting (mod.) (subj.) proud (mod.) is (black f from tearing through).
Most of all, black is proud to prevent the TSUKE (attachment with an enemy stone, but not contacting any friendly stones) of white-c, black-b, and white-e, which is a common strategy of UWATE (play by stronger player). (It is best to break through from black-f).
Shiro 17 no tsuke ni kuro 18 to hane dashita no mo yokei na hanbatsudashi, 18 to utta kara ni wa 20 de wa 21 to kiritai.
White 17 (mod.) attachment to black 18 contact-move (mod.) unneccesary reaction, 18 while played from ___ ___ 20 ___ ___ 21 __
Placing the black-18 HANE (a diagonal move played in contact with an enemy stone) against white-17 TSUKE was an unnecessary reaction. Now that black-18 was placed, 21 should be placed against -20.
Kuro 24 kara setsudan o nuratta no wa mubou de, kuro A, shiro 26, kuro 29, shiro 30, kuro 31 to totonoetai, etc...
Black 24 from cutting (obj.) aimed (mod.) (subj.) reckless at, black A, white 26, black 29, white 20, black 31, put in order, etc.
It was reckless to make an attempt of cutting through from black-24. I would suggest to clean up with black-A, white-26, black-29, white-30, and black-31, etc.
Sanno, "Stronger-style play ___ (idiomatic) warning because, first (subj.) own position (obj.) make stronger (must).
"As UWATE (play by stronger player) is naturally cautioned, you should build up your own position first of all.
Black 18, 24 as for weaker-player-style (mod) typical bad moves is" splendid, strict (mod.) is.
Black-18 and -24 are typical bad moves of SHITATE (play by weaker player)." says Mr. Sanno. He is rather strict.
Black 26, 28 (mod.) cut from 32 ___ "merited exercise, efficient use" (obj.) planned (subj.) white 33 ___ as for brilliant thing was.
After black-26 and -28 KIRI (cut), 32 was muscled in but white-33 and -35 are brilliant.
Tsuite kuro B ni wa shiro C ga youisarete iru.
Then black B as for it white C (subj.) preparing doing.
Then black-B was prepared against white-C.
To be honest, weaker-player-style (mod.) defeat pattern wonder I thought.
Tokoro ga koko kara Muua-san wa, Sanno Kudan mo bikkuri no funsenburi de misete kureru no de aru.
But here from (name hon.) as for, (name) 9th level pro even surprise (mod.) hard fighting at looking is (explan.).
To be honest, I thought this pattern could lead to the defeat of SHITATE, but from this point on Moore-san demonstrated an excellent fight which even surprised Sanno 9-DAN.