May 4, 2009

Shogi Game record : AKUTSU beated SATO's Niteme San-Ni Hi senpou . (Asahi cup)

Shogi Game record : The 2nd Asahi cup Shogi open : semi final

A shogi game of Asahi cup between AKUTSU and SATO started 14 February 2009 .

You can see the game record on the Net .
http://live3.shogi.or.jp/asahi/kifu/20090214asahi_12.html
(Flash version , written in Japanese language)
http://live3.shogi.or.jp/asahi/kifu/j_20090214asahi_12.html
(Java version , written in Japanese language)


Sente: AKUTSU Chikara (6 dan)
Gote: SATO Kazutoshi (5 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f R-3b
2.P-9f K-6b
3.P-9e K-7b
4.S-4h P-3d
5.K-6h K-8b
(diagram 1)










SATO selected Niteme San-Ni Hi senpou as the opening of this game . AKUTSU replied 2.P-9f line . In stead of 2.P-9f , 2.P-2f seems to give Sente an advantage , but this line is not so easy .
(see my other blog ; http://shogi-opening-traps.blogspot.com/search/label/Niteme%20San-Ni%20Hi%20senpou )

Against Sente's 2.P-9f , 2...P-9d seemes to more natural than K-6b . But the move 2...P-9d has a dangerous line . This line is also shown in my blog shown above link .

Then SATO didn't push 9th file Pawn and started making Kakoi .

(diagram 2)

6.K-7h S-4b
7.P-4f L-9b
8.P-2f B-3c
9.P-2e G4a-5b
10.Bx3c+ Sx3c
11.S-4g K-9a
12.G4i-5h S-8b
13.K-8h R-2b
14.S-7h S-4d
15.S-7g G5b-6b
16.G-7h G-7a
17.S-5f N-3c
18.G5h-6h P-6d
19.P-6f G6b-7b
20.P-7e P-1d
21.P-1f S-3e
(diagram 2)

SATO started making Anaguma gakoi with L-9b , AKUTSU advanced his 2nd file Pawn . AKUTSU exchanged the Bishops . SATO made his formation Mukai Bisha and completed Anaguma gakoi . AKUTSU made Hekomi Yagura . SATO aimed to capture 4f Pawn with S-3e .

(diagram 3)

22.B*7f P-5d
23.Bx5d R-4b
24.P-6e Sx4f
25.Px6d R-6b
26.P*4g P*5e
27.Px4f Px5f
28.S*6c Px5g+
29.Gx5g B*3i
30.Sx7b+ Rx7b
31.P-6c+ R-1b
32.G*7b P*5c
33.Gx7a Sx7a
34.G*7b S*8b
35.Gx7a Sx7a
36.S*7b S*8b
37.Sx7a= Sx7a
38.S*7b S*8b
39.Sx7a= Sx7a
40.S*7b S*8b
41.Sx8a+ Kx8a
42.+Px5c K-9a
43.R-6h Bx5g+
44.R-6a+ G*8a
45.Bx8a+ Kx8a
46.G*6b S*6g
47.Gx6g B*7i
48.K-9h G*9f
49.N*8h +Bx6g
50.Gx7a Sx7a
51.+Rx6g resigns
(diagram 3)

After 101 moves , AKUTSU won this game .

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