Jun 12, 2009

Shogi Game record : TAKANO beated KUBOTA's Sanken Bisha . (Ginga sen)

Shogi Game record : The 17th Ginga sen : H-block

A shogi game of Ginga sen H-block between TAKANO and KUBOTA was broadcasted 11 April 2009 .

Sente : TAKANO Hideyuki (5 dan)
Gote : KUBOTA Yoshiyuki (6 dan)

(diagram 1)

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

KUBOTA selected standard closed Furibisha opening with 2...P-4d , and he advanced the left Silver before he slided his Rook . KUBOTA pushed the 3rd file Pawn with 5...P-3e , and this move means Gote player want to make ISHIDA ryu hongumi formation . TAKANO advanced his Rook Pawn with 6.P-2e to disturb KUBOTA's natural development of ISHIDA ryu hongumi . By this P-2e , KUBOTA need added 2 Bishop moves B-3c and B3c-4b or 5a . KUBOTA selected Sanken Bisha with R-3b and TAKANO started making Ibisha Anaguma .

(diagram 2)

11.P-1f B-5a
12.R-2f R-3d
13.L-9h N-3c
14.K-9i G4a-5b
15.S-8h S-5d
16.P-5e S-4c
17.G4i-5i P-6d
18.G-7i P-7d
19.G5i-6i K-8b
20.G6i-7h B-8d
21.B-6f B-6b
22.S-5f G-6c
23.P-7e Px7e
24.Bx7e P-2d
(diagram 2)

While TAKANO was making Ibisha Anaguma , KUBOTA started developping his attacking form ISHIDA ryu hongumi with 11...B-5a . After completed making ISHIDA ryu hongumi , KUBOTA advanced his Kata mino gakoi to Hon mino gakoi with 14...G4a-5b .

After some moves , TAKANO exchanged the 7th file Pawns , and replying it KUBOTA started counterattacking with 24...P-2d .

(diagram 3)

25.Px2d P*2e
26.R-2h Rx2d
27.P-6f G-7d
28.B-8f B-8d
29.R-6h S-5b
30.P-5d P-4e
31.Px5c+ Sx5c
32.S-6e G-7e
33.P*7c Px6e
34.Px7b+ Gx7b
35.S*8e Gx8f
36.Sx8d G-7f
37.B*5e P*7c
38.Sx8c+ Gx8c
39.Bx3c+ R-5d
40.P*5e R-7d
41.+B-4c S-6d
42.Px6e Sx5e
43.P-6d P*6g
44.Gx6g Gx6g
45.Rx6g B*5f
46.R-7g Rx6d
47.+B-5c G*7b
48.G*5d R-6e
49.N*6d Sx6d
50.Gx6d P*5b
51.S*6a S*7a
52.Sx7b+ Sx7b
53.G*6b S*6a
54.Gx7b Sx7b
55.S*6c S*6a
56.P*6b Px5c
57.Gx6e Bx6e
58.Px6a+ Sx6c
59.P*6d Sx6d
60.R*5b S*7b
61.S*6c resigns
(diagram 3)

After 121 moves , TAKANO won this game .

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