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This sequence is rather complex because it contains an important ko.
As seen in the right diagram, black has local ko-threats.

The first keypoint is the hane.

White continues with the cut.

Next white plays a tesuji to connect his stones.

Note that black has a local threat. On the lower side.
So he has a chance of winning the ko. But even if black wins the ko, the question still remains if the 2 white stones are really that important.