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Study recommended for 4 kyu or stronger.
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It is more usual to play a kosumi here. (see following diagram)
However the keima is also a good move.

White should not wait too long to play the attachement. It is a good idea to play it straightaway. White should play it before black moves in between his 2 stones.

When this happens, black can play more agressively with the following sequence. White makes a local loss.

(W1 at B8)