Oct 22, 2008

HORIGUCHI beated KUSHIDA's "Shiken Bisha". (Ginga sen)

Shogi News; The 17th Ginga sen ; C blcok .

A game of Ginga sen between HORIGUCHI and KUSHIDA was broadcasted 9 October 2008 .


Sente; HORIGUCHI Kouji (7 dan)
Gote; KUSHIDA Youichi (6 dan)

(diagram 1)

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




KUSHIDA is a famous "Furibisha" player , especially he is good at "Shiken Bisha" . In addition , he doesn't use "FUJII system " . So his "Shiken Bisha" is very traditional and standard . In this game he faked "FUJII system" , but his King run into "Mino gakoi" .

Many Shogi professional players think "Ibisha Anaguma" is very effective and perhaps best tactics to beat (closed style ; P-4d type) "Furi Bisha" include "Shiken Bisha" .
In this game , HORIGUCHI also tried making "Ibisha Anaguma" .

(diagram 2)

11. K-8h P-7d
12. L-9h N-7c
13. P-6f S-4c
14. K-9i P-4e
15. P-2e B-3c
16. S-8h S-4d
17. P-3f G-6c
18. B-5i P-5d
19. B-2f K-8b
20. G-6g P-1d
21. P-1f S-5c
22. N-3g P-8d
23. G-7i K-8c
24. P-2d Px2d
25. P-7e Px7e
26. P-3e
(diagram 2)

While HORIGUCHI was making "Ibisha Anaguma" move by move , KUSHIDA advanced his "Mino gakoi" to "Taka Mino gakoi" , and made Siver positioning at 4d . The form Silver at 4d is KUSHIDA's favorite shape against "Ibisha Anaguma" and replying HORIGUCHI's B-2f , KUSHIDA backed his Silver 5c . Then HORIGUCHI started attacking with 3 Pawn sacrifice .

(diagram 3)

26...R-4c
27. Px3d B-4b
28. P*2b N-1c
29. P-2a+ P*3f
30. +Px1a Px3g+
31. Bx3g R-4d
32. B-2f P*3e
33. L*3g N*4c
34. P*7f Rx3d
35. Px7e P-2e
36. B-1g P-1e
37. R-3h B-2d
38. Lx3e Nx3e
39. R-3f Px1f
40. B-3i P-9e
41. Px9e P*9g
42. Sx9g N-8e
43. S-8f P-6e
44. G-8h B-3c
45. B-2h P*7c
46. Px6e P-2f
47. S-6f P-2g+
48. B-3i +P-2f
49. Rx2f Nx4g=
50. P*3e Rx3e
51. P*3f R-2e
52. Rx2e Nx2e
53. B-5g P*9g
54. Lx9g Nx9g+
55. Sx9g L*9b
56. N*6d R*6i
57. Nx7b+ Kx7b
58. R*3b P*6b
59. Rx3c+ Rx6g+
60. P-7d Lx9e
61. Px7c+ Kx7c
62. S*6d Sx6d
63. Px6d Lx9g=
64. Nx9g Lx9g=
65. P*9h Lx9h=
66. Gx9h G*8i
67. Kx8i N*9g
68. K-9i resign
(diagram 3)

After 135 moves HORIGUCHI won this game .

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