Jun 13, 2009

Shogi Game record : SUZUKI won over SATO Amahiko . (Saikyou sen)

Shogi Game record : The 3rd Daiwa shouken cup : Saikyou sen

A shogi game of Saikyou sen between SUZUKI and SATO was broadcasted 12 April 2009 on the Net .

Sente : SUZUKI Daisuke (8 dan)
Gote : SATO Amahiko (4 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-1f K-4b
3.R-6h S-6b
4.K-4h K-3b
5.K-3h P-8d
6.B-7g Bx7g+
7.Nx7g P-8e
8.R-8h P-5d
9.S-6h P-7d
(diagram 1)

SUZUKI pushed the 1st file Pawn in very early stage of the game . This move means Sente is waiting Gote's P-8d . After P-8d Sente mainly wants to push P-5f and select Gokigen Nakabisha .

SATO moved up his King with 2...K-4b and declined Sente's Gokigen Nakabisha . If SUZUKI still tried to select Gokigen Nakabisha with 3.P-5f , the game would developped a line like following moves ; 3.P-5f? Bx8h+! , 4.Rx8h B*5g , 5. S-6h B-2d+ . The similar line is shown in my other blog . (http://shogi-opening-traps.blogspot.com/2008/10/gokigen-nakabisha-part-1.html)

Then SUZUKI selected Shiken Bisha with R-6h in this game . Both player moved their each King . Replying SATO's P-8d , SUZUKI moved up his Bishop with 6.B-7g without closing his Bishop line . This Bishop move is seen in FUJII's open Shiken Bisha . SATO immediately exchanged the Bishops and advanced his Rook Pawn with 7...P-8e . SUZUKI slided his Rook to 8h , then SUZUKI's camp became Mukai Bisha . And the game transpositoned to a variation of reversed Yonteme San-San Kaku senpou .

(diagram 2)

10.P-6f N-7c
11.S-6g S-5c
12.K-2h K-2b
13.S-3h G-3b
14.R-8i G-6b
15.G-6h R-8a
16.P-1e L-1b
17.S-5f S-4d
18.N-6e P-5e
19.Nx7c= Gx7c
20.S-6g G-7b
21.P-4f G-6b
22.S-5h K-1a
23.S5h-4g P-3e
24.P-2f S-2b
25.S-2g P-2d
26.G-3h S-2c
27.P-6e P-9d
28.L-1h P-9e
29.K-1i N*3d
30.G-2h B*5d
31.G-5h Bx6e
32.B*6g B-5d
33.P-3f Px3f
34.S4gx3f P*3e
(diagram 2)

SUZUKI made Kata mino gakoi and SATO started making Ibisha Anaguma . After Knight exchange , SUZUKI developped his Kakoi through Gin mino gakoi to Ginkanmuri . SUZUKI further developped the Kakoi Ginkanmuri Anaguma .

SATO dropped his Knight and Bishop , and tried to attacking SUZUKI's camp . SUZUKI also dropped his Bishop and counterattacked in 4th file .

(diagram 3)

36.Px4d S*3e
37.Px4c+ Bx4c
38.P*4d B-6e
39.P*6f Bx2i+
40.Rx2i G-5c
41.B*6b Gx4d
42.N*4g P-3g+
43.Gx3g P*3f
44.G-3h N*4f
45.Nx3e Gx3e
46.Bx3e+ Nx3h+
47.Sx3h N*4f
48.P*3i Nx3h+
49.Px3h P-3g+
50.Px3g S*3h
51.G*2h Sx2i+
52.Gx2i P*3h
53.Gx3h N-4f
54.+Bx4f R*4i
55.S*2i Rx4f+
56.P*4g +R-3e
57.S*3f +R-3c
58.N*3e P*3d
59.N*4e +R-2b
60.Nx2c= Gx2c
61.N-5c+ P-5f
62.S*4c N*3a
63.S*3b Nx4c
64.+Nx4c B*5e
65.Bx5f G*3c
66.Sx2c+ +Rx2c
67.+Nx3c +Rx3c
68.G*4e resigns
(diagram 3)

After 135 moves , SUZUKI won the game .

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