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is bad shape. Usually it's better to play a keima. However, in order to play the keima black needs to take a ladder in account. So this move can be correct.

White now has the ability to close of the left side. This diagram shows how black can setup a ko. (However there's also another way for black to play which makes unconditional life. However life in gote could be concidered insufficient.)

If we change the order of the moves to analyse the shape (tewari), then it becomes clear that in the main diagram creates inefficient shape. If black plays the keima first, then he answsers the attachement by playing at or at ( in the diagram below).


However as said before. This keima requires a favourble ladder!

Notice that black about 2 or 3 local kotreats.