Sep 24, 2008

SATO beated ABE's "Shiken Bisha" . (Ginga sen)

Shogi News; The 16th Ginga sen tournament semifinal .

A game of Ginga sen tournament semifinal between SATO and ABE was broadcasted 18 September 2008 .

Sente; ABE Takashi (8 dan)
Gote; SATO Yasumitsu (Kio)



1. P-7f P-3d
2. P-6f S-6b
3. S-6h P-6d
4. P-5f S-6c
5. S-5g S-5d
6. R-6h R-6b
(diagram 1)





ABE started the game with Bishop line open ; P-7f , and SATO replied with P-3d . ABE closed Bishop line immediatly ; P-6f , this move means ABE wanted a quiet game . After Silver's move , SATO pushed 6th file Pawn ; P-6d , he seemed to select "Migi Shiken Bisha" . ABE defended 6th file with the Rook ; "Shiken bisha" , and SATO moved his Rook 6b , moving the Rook at this position is just called "Migi Shiken Bisha" .



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

ABE made "Mino gakoi" and advanced it "Taka mino gakoi" . SATO made "Ibisha Anaguma" . After finished making Kakoi , SATO started attacking with P-6e .
This is very simple but sometimes very effective attack . If your opponent uses "Shiken Bisha" , "Sanken Bisha" , or even "Yagura gakoi" , "Migi Shiken Bisha" may become a strong weapon for you .



20. N-2e B-2d
21. Px6e N-7c
22. P-1d Px1d
23. P*1c Lx1c
24. Nx1c Nx1c
25. Lx1d P*1b
26. L*1i Rx6e
27. B-6f Rx6f
28. Rx6e N-6e
29. S-4h B*8h
30. R-6i Bx9i+
31. R*6a P*6h
32. R-5i L-9b
33. S-(4h)3g N*2a
34. P-2e B-3c
35. P-5e +Bx5e
36. P*5b P-3e
37. Px3e P-6i+
38. Rx5e Bx5e
39. P-5a+ L*2f
40. K-1g N-5g+
41. G-3f +N-4g
42. Kx2f +Nx3g
43. Gx3g Bx3g+
44. Sx3g R*2i
45. B*2h P*3f
46. resign
(diagram 3)

After 90 moves SATO won this game .

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