Dec 1, 2008

ABE won in Ai FUribisha game .(Asahi cup); Shogi News

Shogi News; The 2nd Asahi cup Shogi open.

A game of Asahi cup preround tournament between AN'YOUJI and ABE started 10:00 A.M. 7 November 2008 .

You can see the game record on the Net .
(Flash version , written in Japanese language )

Sente; AN'YOUJI Takanori (5 dan)
Gote; ABE Takashi (8 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-6f P-5d
3.R-7h B-3c
4.P-7e S-4b
5.G6i-5h S-5c
6.S-6h R-2b
7.S-3h K-6b
8.S-6g P-2d
9.P-3f G4a-5b
10.S-3g S-7b
(diagram 1)

After both players opened their each Bishop line , AN'YOUJI closed his Bishop line ; P-6f . This move made the game quiet . And he selected "Sanken Bisha" .

ABE pushed P-5d , after this move ABE still could select both "Ibisha" and "Furibisha" .
In this game , ABE moved 4...S-4b and his formation became "Mukai Bisha" . The opening of this game became "Ai Furibisha" . If ABE moved 3...S-6b , 3...P-8d , 4...S-6b or 4...P-8d , the opening of this game would become "Sente Sanken Bisha vs Gote Ibisha".

AN'YOUJI once made "Mino gakoi" . Replying ABE's P-2d , AN'YOUJI started advancing his Kakoi to "Yagura gakoi" . ABE also made "Mino gakoi"

(diagram 2)

11.G-3h K-7a
12.K-4h P-1d
13.P-1f P-2e
14.P-7d Px7d
15.Rx7d P*7c
16.R-7f P-6d
17.K-3i G-6c
18.S-5f P-5e
19.S-4e R-2d
20.P-3e Px3e
21.P*3d B-2b
(diagram 2)

AN'YOUJI made "Yagura gakoi" and ABE made "Taka mino gakoi" . AN'YOUJI exchanged his Rook Pawn but it is difficult for him to make effective attacking form to ABE's "Taka mino gakoi" before ABE started attacking AN'YOUJI's camp . Then AN'YOUJI started attacking ABE's attacking piecies .

(diagram 3)

22.S-4f S-4d
23.Sx4d Bx4d
24.P-6e Px6e
25.S*4e P-2f
26.Px2f B-2b
27.Sx3e P-5f
28.P*6d G6c-6b
29.N-7g R-2c
30.Rx5f P-6f
31.S-5d S*5e
32.R-3f Sx6d
33.P-3c+ Rx3c
34.N-8e P-6g+
35.Gx6g Rx3e
36.Rx3e Bx8h+
37.R-3b+ +B-4d
38.P*6c G6b-5b
39.R*2d P*5a
40.P*7d P*3a
41.+Rx2a +B-5e
42.P*3g Px7d
43.N*6f Sx6c
44.Sx6c+ Gx6c
45.+Rx3a P*2g
46.Nx7d Gx7d
47.S*6c B*4e
48.P*6b Bx6c
49.Px6a+ Kx6a
50.P*6b Kx6b
51.R-2a+ S*4a
52.P-5f +B-4d
53.+Rx4a Bx4a
54.+Rx4a R*6i
(diagram 3)

After 108 moves , ABE won this game .

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