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  • n. A studied and standardized sequence of moves in game of Go, especially at a corner of the board, in the opening phase of a game. Joseki have a variety of outcomes and can be beneficial or detrimental based on the situation. However, Joseki theoretically include the best moves locally for each player.

Etymologies

From Japanese 定石 (jōseki), literally set + stone. (Wiktionary)

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