Aug 31, 2008

Shogi News; Ryuo sen tournament final ; HABU won the 1st game .

Shogi News; The 21st Ryuo sen tournment final 3 games match .

The 1st game of Ryuo sen tournament final / the challenger deciding , 3 games match between HABU and KIMURA was started 29 August 2008 at Shogi kaikan, Sendagaya , Tokyo .

You can see the game record on the Net .
http://live.shogi.or.jp/ryuou/kifu/080829.html (Flash version )
http://live.shogi.or.jp/ryuou/kifu/080829_j.html (Java version)



Sente; HABU Yoshiharu (Meijin , Osho, Kisei , Oza)
Gote; KIMURA Kazuki (8 dan)

(diagram 1)

1. P-7f P-8d
2. S-6h P-3d
3. P-6f S-6b
4. P-5f P-5d
5. S-4h S-4b
6. G-5h(4i) G-3b
7. G-7h K-4a
8. K-6i G-5b
9. S-7g S-3c
10. B-7i B-3a
11. P-3f P-4d
12. G-6g(5h) P-7d
13. S-3g B-6d
(diagram 1)

HABU led the opening to "Yagura " and KIMURA accepted it . KIMURA didn't select "Kyusen Yagura"; Quick attack variations of Yagura opening , and the opening developed "Ai Yagura" . HABU selected "San-Nana Gin senpou "; S-3g vaariation .

(diagram 2)

14. B-6h G-4c(5b)
15. K-7i K-3a
16. K-8h K-2a
17. S-4f S-5c
18. N-3g B-7c
19. P-2f S-2d
20. P-1f P-1d
21. R-3h P-9e
22. L-1h P-8e
(diagram 2)





Both HABU and KIMURA finished making "Yagura Gakoi" .
HABU made his formation "Yon-Roku Gin San-Nana Kei senpou" , and KIMURA had a diffencive formation . This diagram is also seen in the 5th game of "Oi" titel match between FUKAURA and HABU .

(diagram 3)

23. L-9h S-4b
24. K-9i B-6d
25. P-6e B-7c
26. N-2e N-3c
27. P-1e Px1e
28. P-3e Nx2e
29. Px3d P'3c
30. Px3c+ Sx3c(4b)
31. P'1d Lx1d
32. Px2e Sx2e
33. P-5e Px5e
34. R-5h P-8f
35. Sx8f P'3e
36. R-2h S-2d
37. P'5d Gx5d
38. Sx3e P-5f
39. R-3h P'3f
40. N'1g S-1f
41. Sx2d Px2d
42. P'3c G-4c
43. Rx3f P'3e
44. Rx5f S'4e
45. R-2f Kx3c
46. P-6d Bx6d
47. Bx3e N'3b
48. P'3d Kx3d
49. B-6h P'3e
50. R-6f P'5g
51. Rx6d Px6d
(diagram 3)

HABU selected the same line which he selected Oi sen . After making "Anaguma " , HABU started attacking with P-1e .

(diagram 4)

52. B'1b K-3c
53. P'5e G-5c
54. P-4f S-3d
55. B-2a+ S-2c
56. +B-3a G-4b
57. S'2b K-4c
58. S-1c+ S-3d
59. +S-1d P-5h+
60. B-7g R'4h
61. P-5d Gx5d
62. L'5f +P-5g
63. Lx5d Kx5d
64. Gx5g Rx7h+
65. G'8h +R-6i
66. P'3c L'8c
67. Px3b+ Gx3b
68. N'6f K-6c
69. +B-4a K-7c
70. +Bx7d K-7b
71. +B-4g +R-7i
72. N-7d R-9b
73. N-6b+ K-7c
74. P'6c P'7d
75. +B-5f P'8e
76. Sx8e Lx8e
77. +Bx3d R-8b
78. +B-7h +R-2i
79. S'6a S'8c
80. Bx4d G-4c
81. +N-7b Rx7b
82. Sx7b+ Sx7b
83. B-6b+ K-8b
84. R'4a S'6a
85. Rx6a+ Sx6a
86. +Bx6a R'8d
87. S'7b K-9c
88. S'8c P'8b
89. +B-7a Rx8c
90. Sx8c+ Kx8c
91. R'6b G'9b
92. +Bx8a S'8d
93. N'9f S-9e
94. R-7b+ K-9c
95. +Bx9b Lx9b
96. G'8a resign
(diagram 4)

After 191 moves HABU won this game .
Then the score become "HABU 1 win --- 0 win KIMURA ".
The winner of this match will have Ryuo title match with WATANABE .

Next game of this match will start 3 September 2008 .

You can see the game record on the Net .
http://live.shogi.or.jp/ryuou/kifu/080829.html (Flash version )
http://live.shogi.or.jp/ryuou/kifu/080829_j.html (Java version)

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