Go Puzzle Sheet #4.1

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Cutting and connecting


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Can White cut the two black stones apart?

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Can White cut the two single black stones apart?

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Can White cut the black group in two?

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How can Black connect up his stones near the top to form one group?

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What is Black's best play?

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Where can White cut?


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