Nov 18, 2008

TAKI won over MIYATA in Yagura game .(Ginga sen) ; Shogi News

Shogi News; The 17th Ginga sen B block .

A game of Ginga sen between TAKI and MIYATA Toshio was broadcasted 1 November 2008 .

Sente; TAKI Seiichiro (7 dan)
Gote; MIYATA Toshio (7 dan)

(diagram 1)

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



TAKI selected "Yagura" opening in this game , and MIYATA accepted it . Both players didn't choice qucik attack variations and the game advanced quiet in early stage .

TAKI pushed 12.P-3e to advance his camp effective .

(diagram 2)

12...Px3e
13. Bx3e S-5c
14. S-3g G-(5b)4c
15. S-3f S-3d
16. B-6h S-4e
17. S-3e S-4b
18. R-3h S-3c
19. P-4f S-(4e)3d
20. S-2f P-2d
21. P*3e S-2c
22. S-3g B-4b
23. S-3f K-3a
24. K-7i P-9d
25. P-9f P-8e
26. G-(5h)6g P-7d
27. P-2f K-2b
28. K-8h L-9c
29. P-2e Px2e
30. N-3g P-2f
31. R-2h R-9b

TAKI exchanged 3rd file Pawn and tried making an ideal attacking formation . Of course , MIYATA disturbed it by crushing his Silver S-4e and S-(4e)3d .

MIYATA completed "Ginkanmuri" with S-3c , one of the safest Kakoi in "Ai Ibisha" , but it gave him less attacking piecies in same time .

TAKI started attacking in front of MIYATA's Ginkanmuri .

(diagram 3)

32. Rx2f P*2d
33. K-7i P-1d
34. P-1f B-6d
35. R-2i B-7c
36. P-6e P-6d
37. P*2e Px6e
38. Px2d Sx(3c)2d
39. P-5e Px5e
40. K-8h R-5b
41. S-2e Sx2e
42. Nx2e P*2d
43. S*3d Px2e
44. Sx4c+ Gx4c
45. P-4e S*2d
46. G*6c R-3b
47. Gx7c Nx7c
48. Px4d Gx4d
49. B*7a G*5d
50. Bx9c+ P*4f
51. Bx4f S*3h
52. R-2h S-4g+
53. B-7i P*3f
54. L*3d N-3c
55. G-5g +S-3g
56. R-2i +S-3h
57. R-6i P-3g+
58. +B-8c P*4f
59. +Bx7c P-4g+
60. +B-5a Sx3e
61. Gx4g +Px4g
62. Bx3e Gx3e
63. S*4c Gx3d
64. P*2d Gx2d
65. N*3f G-3e
66. Sx3b+ Sx3b
67. R*2d L*2c
68. Rx5d B*4e
69. R-5b+ resign

After 137 moves TAKI won this game .

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