Oct 24, 2008

MORIUCHi beated CHUZA with "Sanken Bisha" . (NHK cup)

Shogi News; The 58th NHK cup TV Shogi tournament .

A game of NHK cup tournament between MORIUCHI and CHUZA was broadcasted 12 October 2008 on TV .


Sente; MORIUCHI Toshiyuki (9 dan)
Gote; CHUZA Makoto (7 dan)

(diagram 1)

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


CHUZA is well known as an inventor of "Hachi-Go Hi senpou" , so this tactics is also called "CHUZA Bisha" . He is an "Ibisha" player and likes "Yokofutori" and "Aigakari" game .

In the other hand , MORIUCHI is originaly an "Ibisha" player , but he sometimes selects "Furibisha" in his game . He already has a licence of 18th life-time Meijin , basically he will be called this title after his retirement .

This game seemed to be a game of "CHUZA Bisha" , but MORIUCHI declined it by 2.P-6f . This move always shows that Sente want to select "Yagura" or "Furibisha" game . MORIUCHI also selected "Sanken Bisha" , one of the "Furibisha" senpou . MORIUCHI made an "ISHIDA ryu" formation plus "Mino gakoi" , and CHUZA moved in 5th file .

(diagram 2)

13. Px5e Bx5e
14. B-7g B-3c
15. S-6h S-5d
16. P-7d Px7d
17. Rx7d G-7b
18. R-7f P*7c
19. P-6e Px6e
20. Bx3c+ Sx3c
21. P*7d S-6c
22. Px7c+ Gx7c
23. N-7g S-6d
24. B*7a R-7b
25. B-2f+ P*7e
26. R-5f S-4d
(diagram 2)

CHUZA developed his Silver and Gold toward upper rank . Reciving a pressure frome these piecies , MORIUCHI's Rook run away from starndard position . But MORIUCHI made a promoted Bishop .

(diagram 3)

27. Nx8e G-6c
28. +B-3f P*5d
29. R-8f P*8b
30. P-1e B*8h
31. Px1d S-3e
32. +B-4e Bx9i+
33. +Bx3d S-2d
34. P*7g G-4b
35. P-1c+ Lx1c
36. P*1d Lx1d
37. Lx1d P*1c
38. P*1b G-3c
39. +B-7h K-2b
40. L*3d G-4d
41. P-1a+ Kx1a
42. L-3a+ P*3d
43. +Lx2a Kx2a
44. N*3f Px1d
45. Nx4d L*3a
46. P*5b Px4d
47. P-5a+ K-2b
48. +P-4a L-3c
49. G*4c N*6f
50. Rx6f Px6f
51. +P-4b G-5c
52. Gx5c Sx5c
53. G*3b K-1c
54. +P-4c L*1e
55. P*1g L*3a
56. Gx3a G*2b
57. +Px5c P-7f
58. Px7f Rx7f
59. L*7g +Bx7g
60. Sx7g R-7a
61. +P-4b L*7d
62. G-3b Lx7g+
63. Gx2b Kx2b
64. G*3b K-1b
65. S*2a Rx2a
66. Gx2a Kx2a
67. R*3a K-1b
68. R-3b+ resign
(diagram 3)

After 135 moves MORIUCHI won this game .

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