Nov 9, 2008

KIMURA beated MIYATA Atsushi . (Asahi cup)

Shogi News; The 2nd Asahi cup shogi open .

A game of Asahi cup shogi open preroudn tournament between KIMURA and MIYATA started 10:00 A.M. , 27 October 2008 .

You can see the game record on the Net .
http://live.shogi.or.jp/asahi/kifu/20081027asahi_12.html
(Flash version , written in Japanese language )
http://live.shogi.or.jp/asahi/kifu/j_20081027asahi_12.html
(Java version , written in Japanese language )


Sente; KIMURA Kazuki (8 dan)
Gote; MIYATA Atsushi (5 dan)



1. P-7f P-3d
2. P-2f G-3b
3. G-7h P-4d
4. P-2e B-3c
5. S-4h G-5b
6. P-5f K-4a
7. B-7g S-2b
8. B-6h G-(5b)4c
9. P-2d Px2d
10. Bx2d Bx2d
11. Rx2d S-2c
12. R-2h P*2d
13. B*6h B*4b


Until MIYATA's P-4d , it seemed that he wanted to lead the opening to "Ittezon Kakukawari" , but by P-4d the game became difficult to advance this opening . The game like this opening moves usually advances in "Ginkanmuri" or "Yagura" .

In this game , KIMURA moved his Bishop through 7g to 6h and aimed to exchange Bishop and Rook's Pawn . If Sente really want this exchange , Gote can't avoid this with natural moves . KIMURA exchanged the Bishops as he wanted and dropped the Bishop again and MIYATA must drop his Bishop , but he made "Ginkanmuri", a good Kakoi in the same time .

(diagram 2)

14. K-6i P-5d
15. S-8h S-6b
16. S-7g S-5c
17. G-5h P-1d
18. P-6f P-1e
19. G-(5h)6g K-3a
20. K-7i P-7d
21. P-3f P-4e
22. P-4f Px4f
23. Bx4f R-9b
24. N-3g P*4e
25. B-8h S-4d
26. S-4g B-6d
27. P*4f Px4f
28. Bx4f Bx4f
29. Sx4f P*4e
30. Nx4e Sx4e
31. R-4h Sx4f
32. Rx4f B*6d
33. R-4e N*5c
34. R-4i S*5h
35. Rx4c+ Sx6g+

After entering the King into "Yagura gakoi" , KIMURA started attacking in 4th file .
MIYATA had a counterattack with using his Bishop . Both players attacked each other .

(diagram 3)

36. +Rx5d B-4f
37. S*6h +Sx7g
38. Nx7g G*5h
39. S*6i S*5g
40 Sx5g Bx5g+
41. G*5h G*6i
42. Kx6i +B-4g
43. S*5h +Bx3f
44. +Rx5c S*4b
45. +R-4d P*4f
46. P*4h S*3g
47. G*4i +B-2f
48. +R-5e Sx4h+
49. +Rx4f +Sx5h
50. G-5h +B-3e
51. +R-5e K-2b
52. G-(7h)6g S-3c
53. B*8f P-7e
54. +R-7e R-4b
55. P*4h R-4f
56. S*3g R-4b
57. K-7h S*4i
58. P*4g Sx5h=
59. Gx5h G*7i
60. K-8h P*5g
61. G-4h G-6i
62. Gx(6g)5g +B-5c
63. +R-6e +B-6d
64. G-(5g)5h N-7c
65. +R-9e P-9d
66. Bx6d P-9e
67. Bx7c+ R*2i
68. S*2h resign

After 135 moves KIMURA won this game .

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