Newbie, Need help with yfwd

I have a patter that looks like this:
K1. *yfwd. Sl1. K1. psso. K1. K2tog. yfwd. K1. Rep from * to end of row.
I have seen a video that shows [B](K1. *yfwd. Sl1. K1. psso. K1)[/B] and it is just bringing the yarn to the front.

My problem is with[B](K2tog. yfwd. K1).[/B]
It keeps looking like in this case yfwd is just a YO.

With this pattern is the yfwd different for each spot, or do I need to YO in both?

They are both yarn overs. The slight difference is in the type of decrease used in conjunction with it. The sl1, k1, psso slants a different way than the k2tog. So you get mirrored decreases each flanked by a yarnover hole, with a k stitch between the two. It turns out yo, dec, k1, dec, yo.

Yep, a yfwd between knit stitches (or knit decs) is just a YO.

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