Feb 18, 2009

Shogi News: SHIMIZU won the 3rd game . (Jo-ryu Meijin sen)

Shogi News: The 35th Jo-ryu Meijin sen : 5 games title match


5:57 P.M. 18 February 2009 , after 149 moves , SHIMIZU won the 3rd game . The score of this game become "YAUICHI 1 - 2 SHIMIZU" . Then SHIMIZU need one more win to get the title "Jo-ryu Meijin" , in the other hand YAUCHI must win next 2 games to defend her title . Next game will start 26 February 2009 at Shogi kaikan , Tokyo .


You can see the game record on the Net .
http://hochi.yomiuri.co.jp/contents/leisure/shogi/kifu/35meijin_3.htm
(Java version , written in Japanese language)



Sente; SHIMIZU Ichiyo (Jo-ryu Osho)
Gote; YAUCHI Rieko (Jo-ryu Meijin , Jo-oh)

(diagram 1)

1.P-2f P-3d
2.P-7f P-4d
3.P-2e B-3c
4.P-5f P-8d
5.S-7h P-8e
6.S-7g S-2b
7.B-7i B-4b
8.S-4h S-3c
9.S-5g G6a-5b
10.P-5e G-3b
11.S-5f S-6b
(diagram 1)




YAUCHI tried to select "Uso Yagura" opening again , but different from 1st game , SHIMIZU declined it with P-2e in early stage . Then YAUCHI selected "TANAKA's Muriyari Yagura" opening . SHIMIZU pushed P-5e in early stage , to disturb YAUCHI's Bishop advance .

(diagram 2)

12.R-8h P-7d
13.P-8f Px8f
14.Sx8f S-7c
15.P*8e K-4a
16.B-5g B-5a
17.P-7e P-6d
18.P-9f G-6c
19.S-9e Px7e
20.Bx7e P*8c
21.B-3i P-9d
22.S-8f K-3a
(diagram 2)




SHIMIZU played R-8h and tried to attack in front of YAUCHI's Rook directly without moving her Rook . YAUCHI defend SHIMIZU's attack and YAUCHI's king successfully escaped from the battle field around 8th file .

(diagram 3)

23.P-1f R-5b
24.R-5h P-5d
25.Px5d Gx5d
26.P*5e G-5c
27.P-6f G5c-4c
28.P-1e B-4b
29.P*7e P-3e
30.G-7h S-3d
31.G-6g Sx2e
32.K-6i S-3d
33.K-7h P-2d
34.K-8g K-2b
35.P-6e R-6b
36.N-7g P-2e
37.Px6d Sx6d
38.P*6e S-7c
39.B-6f P*7d
40.Px7d Sx7d
41.P*7e S-6c
42.P-4f N-3c
43.R-2h N-7c
44.G-7f S-2c
45.G-5h R-6a
46.P-3f Px3f
47.G-4g G-3d
48.Gx3f P*3e
49.G-3g R-8a
50.G-4g P-8d
51.Px8d P*8e
52.Nx8e Nx8e
53.Sx8e N*9c
54.Sx9d Rx8d
55.P*8e R-8a
56.P-4e P*8f
57.K-7g P*7d
58.P*2d Gx2d
59.N*1f G-3d
60.P*2d S-1b
61.Sx9c= Px4e
62.S-8d= Px7e
63.Sx7e R-7a
64.P*7d P-1d
65.P-5d Px1e
66.Sx4e Gx4e
67.N*3d K-1c
68.Nx4b+ Gx4b
69.P-5c+ G-3b
70.P*1d Kx1d
71.+P-4c P*4f
72.+Px3b Px4g+
73.Kx8f N*9d
74.K-9g P*8f
75.Sx8f resigns
(diagram 3)

After 149 moves , SHIMIZU won the game .

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