Oct 26, 2008

SATOMI won over KUMAKURA in "Ai Furibisha" game .

Shogi News; The 2nd Mynvai Joshi Open (Jo-o title ).

A game of Mynvai Joshi open tournament between SATOMI and KUMAKURA started 16 October 2008 .

You can see the game record on the Net .

http://mynavi-open.jp/081016/081016_satomi-kumakura_f.html
(Flash version , written in Japanese language )
http://mynavi-open.jp/081016/081016_satomi-kumakura.html
(Java version , written in Japanese language)


Sente; SATOMI Kana (Jo-ryu 2 dan)
Gote; KUMAKURA Shino (Jo-ryu 1 kyu)



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



SATOMI is a young strong woman professional shogi player and she likes "Furibisha" game . She gets good result these several years and she is a challenger of "Kurashiki Touka" title match . (The match is going to start 6 November 2008 .)


KUMAKURA is also a young woman prfessional shogi player who likes "Furibisha" .Then the opening of this game advanced "Ai Furibisha" . SATOMI selected "Mukai Bisha" with closed Bishop line . In the other hand , KUMAKURA also selected "Mukai Bisha" but her formation is open Bishop line and Siver at 5c positioning .

(diagram 2)

12. K-4h P-2d
13. S-6g P-2e
14. K-3i G-7b
15. G-5h L-9b
16. P-9f K-9a
17. P-9e S-8b
18. P-8d Px8d
19. Rx8d P*8c
20. R-8g G-(5b)6c
21. K-2h P-5e
22. N-9g S-5d
23. P-7e B-4d
24. P-4f P-3e



SATOMI made her King's castle to "Yagura gakoi" and KUMAKURA's castle is "Anaguma gakoi" . SATOMI was preparing KUMAKURA's "Anaguma " in 9th file .
KUMAKURA started attacking with P-3e .

(diagram 3)

25. Px3e Bx3e
26. G-(5h)4g B-6b
27. P*3f P-4d
28. N-8e P-4e
29. Px4e N-3c
30. B-5i P-1d
31. P-4d Bx4d
32. Nx9c Sx9c
33. P-9d S-8b
34. P-8d Px8d
35. P*8e Px8e
36. P*8d P-7d
37. S-7f S-4e
38. Sx8e P*4f
39. Sx4f P-2f
40. Px2f Sx4f
41. Gx4f N*3d
42. S*3g P*2g
43. Gx2g Nx4f
44. Sx4f S*4g
45. K-3g Rx2f
46. N*8c Sx8c
47. Px8c+ Gx8c
48. P-9c+ Nx9c
49. Lx9c+ Lx9c
50. P*9b K-8b
51. P*8d N*4e
52. Kx4g Rx2g+
53. N*3g G-(8c)7c
54. Sx7d K-7b
55. P-8c+ K-6a
56. Sx6c+ Gx6c
57. S*4c G*5b
58. S*7b resign
(diagram 3)

After 115 moves SATOMI won this game .

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