Aug 26, 2008

Shogi News; JT Shogi Nihon Series; HABU won over TANIGAWA .

Shogi News; JT shogi Nihon Series 2008 tournament .

A game of JT shogi Nihon Series tournament between HABU and TANIGAWA started 23 August 2008 at Nagoya , Aichi .
You can see this game on the Net .
http://www.jti.co.jp/JTI/shogi/result/2008/2-2kyoku.html


Sente; HABU Yoshiharu (Meijin , Osho , Kisei , Oza)
Gote; TANIGAWA Kouji (9 dan)

(diagram 1)

1. P-7f P-3d
2. P-2f P-5d
3. S-4h Bx8h+
4. Sx8h R-2b
(diagram 1)










TANIGAWA led the openig "Gokigen Nakabisha" . HABU seemed to select "Nimai Gin kyuusen" to beat "Gokigen Nakabisha" , because he advanced his camp without P-2e . Then TANIGAWA exchanged the Bishops and ranged the Rook to 2b , so opening became "SATO ryu Mukai Bisha" with Bx8h+ .



SATO uses several "Mukai Bisha" openings as Gote . I show some lines below as examples .
(1) 1. P-7f P-3d 2. P-2f P-5d 3. S-4h Bx8h+ 4. Sx8h R-2b ;
SATO ryu Mukai Bisha with Bx8h+
(2) 1. P-7f P-3d 2. P-2f P-5d 3. S-4h B-3c 4. Bx3c+ Nx3c 5. K-6h R-2b;
SATO ryu Mukai Bisha with B-3c
(3) 1. P-7f P-3d 2. P-2f P-9d 3. P-2e P-9e 4. S-4h Bx8h+ 5. Sx8h S-2b 6. S-7g S-3c 7. G-7h R-2b;
SATO's direct Mukai Bisha

Both (1) and (2) line is appeared as a variation of "Gokigen Nakabisha " opening .

(diagram 2)

5. B'7g R-1b
6. P-2e G-3b
7. P-2d Px2d
8. Rx2d S-2b
9. K-6h S-2c
10. R-2h P'2d
11. K-7h N-3c
12. P-3f R-2b
13. N-3g R-2a
14. G-5h(4i) K-6b
15. P-4f K-7b
16. P-9f P-9d
17. P-8f S-6b
18. S-8g P-6d
19. S-4g P-7d
20. S-5f S-6c
21. K-8h G-6b
22. G-7h N-7c
23. P-4e P-6e
24. R-4h P-8d
25. P-4d
(diagram 2)

HABU tried to get the advantage by dropping his Bishop at 7g square , TANIGAWA had better to defend his Rook on 2b . TANIGAWA escaped his Rook to 1b , HABU tried attacking 2nd file , TANIGAWA protected there by G-3b . Against HABU's 2nd file Pawn exchange , TANIGAWA must use his left side pieces and several moves to protect 2nd file before he uses the Rook at 1b .

While TANIGAWA made his Rook useful , HABU advanced his camp . HABU succesfully made "Ginkanmuri " , but TANIGAWA cost too many moves and pieces on his left side he couldn't made safe castle without any defects . In other words , HABU got a better position .



After 123 moves until P'6f , HABU won this game .
You can see this game on the Net .
http://www.jti.co.jp/JTI/shogi/result/2008/2-2kyoku.html

(diagram 3)

25...Px4d
26. Bx4d B'6d
27. R-4g P'4c
28. B-7g R-8a
29. P-6f Px6f
30. P'6e B-5c
31. Bx6f P-8e
32. Px8e P'8e
33. S-9h Nx8e
34. P'8d G-7c
35. N-4e Nx4e
36. Rx4e P-4d
37. Rx4d P-7e
38. N'6d K-6b
39. R-4i P'4c
40. G-6g P-9e
41. N-7g Gx8d
42. P'8b R-3a
43. Nx8e Gx8e
44. N'4e B-2f
45. P'4d N'5e
46. Sx5e Px5e
47. N'7g Gx9f
48. Bx7e Bx4d
49. P'9g S'8g
50. Gx8g Px8g+
51. Sx8g Gx8g
52. Kx8g P'8f
53. Bx8f N'7d
54. N-8e S'7h
55. Kx7h Nx8f
56. K-7g P'7b
57. Kx8f P'8d
58. S'5c Bx5c
59. Nx5c Kx5c
60. N'4e K-5d
61. G'5c Kx6e
62. P'6f resign
(diagram 3)

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