Dec 22, 2008

Shogi News; KODAMA beated IINO's Hineri Bisha . (Ginga sen)

Shogi News; The 17th Ginga sen ; H-block

A shogi game of Ginga sen H-block between IINO and KODAMA was broadcasted 22 November 2008 .

Sente; IINO Kenji (7 dan)
Gote; KODAMA Kouichi (7 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-8d
2.P-2f G-3b
3.P-2e P-8e
4.P-2d Px2d
5.Rx2d P*2c
6.R-2f P-8f
7.Px8f Rx8f
8.G-7h P-3d
9.P-9f S-6b
10.N-7g K-4a
(diagram 1)

IINO opened the game with "Kakukawari" opening ;1.P-7f P-8d2.P-2f . But he transpositioned the opening to "Aigakari" opening . If he wanted to choice "Kakukawari" , he would move 3.G-7h or 4.B-7g .

After both players exchanged their Rook Pawns , IINO pushed 9th file Pawn and Jumped the left Kinght to 7g . This moves means IINO wanted to select "Hineri Bisha" .

(diagram 2)

11.S-3h P-9d
12.K-4h P-1d
13.P-1f B-4d
14.R-4f R-8b
15.P-7e P-6d
16.P*8e S-4b
17.S-6h K-3a
18.R-7f S-6c
19.P-5f K-2b
20.S-5g B-3c
21.K-3i P-4d
22.B-7i S-4c
23.K-2h P-5d
24.S-4f B-2d
25.R-8f P-7d
(diagram 2)

KODAMA stayed his Rook at 8f , and disturbed IINO's "Hineri Bisha" for a while . After KODAMA backed his Rook to 8b , IINO advanced 7th file Pawn and dropped a Pawn at 8e , then IINO could make "Hineri Bisha" formation ; R-7f , N-7g .

IINO's King entered "Mino gakoi" and KODAMA's King entered "Kaku tsuki Kin mino" . IINO turened his Rook to 8th file and tried to advance 8th file Pawn and KODAMA attacked 7th file .

(diagram 3)

26.P-8d G-7b
27.P-5e Px7e
28.Px5d S6cx5d
29.P-3f G-7c
30.S4f-3g B-4b
31.P*5e S-6c
32.P-3e Px3e
33.Bx3e Gx8d
34.P-4f P*5c
35.P-4e Px4e
36.S-3f S-3d
37.B-4d G-3c
38.Bx3c+ Bx3c
39.P*3e Bx5e
40.N-3g S-4c
41.Sx4e S6c-5d
42.Sx5d Px5d
43.S*3d Sx3d
44.Px3d S*4f
45.G*4e S*3e
46.Gx5e Px5e
47.S*3f P*8e
48.Rx4f Sx4f
49.B*4d K-1b
50.P-1e R-4b
51.P*4e Rx4d
52.Px4d G*2f
53.S*2g Gx3g
54.Sx3g Sx3g=
55.Kx3g P*3e
56.R*8b B*2b
57.Sx3e B*5d
58.Rx2b+ Kx2b
59.S*3c Nx3c
60.Px3c+ Kx3c
61.B*5a K-3b
62.P*3c K-2a
63.P*2b K-3a
64.G*3b Bx3b
65.Px3b+ Kx3b
66.B*5d K-4a
67.Bx8d+ R*5g
68.N*4g N*2e
69.K-2f R-5f+
70.G*3f S*3g
71.Kx2e S*2d
72.Sx2d Px2d
73.K-3e P*3d
74.Kx3d P*3c
75.Kx3c S*4b
76.Kx2d R*2c

After 152 moves , KODAMA won this game .

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