Oct 10, 2008

The 17th Ginga sen started with ITOU's "Shin Kazaguruma" .

Shogi News; The 17th Ginga sen A block

A game of Ginga sen A block between ITOU and NODA was broadcasted 2 October 2008 .

Sente; ITOU Hatasu (7 dan)
Gote; Noda Keizou (6 dan)

(diagram 1)

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




ITOU is famous for a "Kazaguruma senpou " player . "Kazaguruma" is a variation of "Nakabisha" . He also uese "Shin Kazaguruma" , it is a variation of "Migi Gyoku" . "Kazaguruma" and "Shin Kazaguruma" are a very similar strategy .

In this game , ITOU also selected "Shin Kazaguruma" . Closing Bishop line ; P-6f and making "Tsuno Gin " formation ; S-4g and S-6g , he advanced the camp move by move .

NODA prepared for both ITOU's "Ibisha" and "Furibisha" . He made "Hidari mino".

(diagram 2)

11. G-7h K-3a
12. P-2f P-4d
13. P-1e B-3c
14. K-4h G-4c
15. N-3g B-5a
16. R-2i P-2d
17. P-5f S-2c
18. B-6h G-3b
19. P-2e Px2e
20. Rx2e P*2d
21. R-2i N-3c
22. P-9f P-9d
23. G-3h K-2b
24. B-5g P-6d
25. N-7g B-4b
26. K-5h P-8f
27. R-8i Px8g+
(diagram 2)

ITOU made the "Shin Kazaguruma" formation . For Itou's King all area within his camp is something like castle . NODA advanced his "Hidari mino" to "Gin kanmuri " . A battle started in 8th file .

(diagram 3)

28. Gx8g S-6b
29. P*8e S-6c
30. G-9g P*8c
31. G-4h B-5a
32. G-8f R-5b
33. G-8g R-8b
34. G-8h P-8d
35. Px8d Rx8d
36. P-6e R-8b
37. Px6d Sx6
38. P*6e S-7c
39. P*8e B-4b
40. G-9g P*8c
41. S-6f S-6b
42. K-6g S-6c
43. P-4e Px4e
44. P*4f Px4f
45. B-4f P*6d
46. Px6d Bx6d
47. B-5g N-7c
48. P*2e P*6e
49. Nx6e Nx6e
50. Sx6e N*4e
51. Nx4e Nx4e
52. B-6f P*4d
53. Px2d Sx2d
54. P*2c Gx2c
55. N*1f Bx9g+
56. Lx9g P*6d
57. Nx2d Px6e
58. B-9i S*6f
59. K-7h N-5g+
60. Gx5g Sx5g+
61. B*4f N*5e
62. Bx5g Nx4g+
63. B-3i Gx2d
64. N*1f S*9h
65. Nx2d Sx8i=
66. Kx8i R*6i
67. resign
(diagram 3)

After 132 moves NODA won this game .

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