Jun 18, 2009

Shogi News : YAUCHI won the 1st game .(Jo-o)

Shogi News : The 2nd Jo-o : 5 games title match

5 : 42 P.M. 18 June 2009 , after 156 moves , YAUCHI won the 1st game of Jo-o 5 games title match . The score of this match becomes "YAUCHI 1---0 IWANE" . They will have next game of this match 2 July at Osaka city , Osaka .

Sente : IWANE Shinobu (Jo-ryu 2 dan)
Gote : YAUCHI Rieko (Jo-o)

You can see the game record on the Net .
(Java version , written in Japanese language )
(Flash version , written in Japanese language)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-8d
2.P-6f P-3d
3.R-6h S-6b
4.S-7h K-4b
5.P-1f K-3b
6.S-3h P-5d
7.P-1e S-5c
8.G6i-5h B-3c
9.P-4f P-8e
10.B-7g S-4d
(diagram 1)

IWANE is a Furibisha player and in this game she also shown an attitude to select Furibisha with 2.P-6f . She selected closde/standard Shiken Bisha with 3.R-6h .

YAUCHI frequently select Hidari mino or Yon-Go Fu Hayajikake as counter plans against Shiken Bisha . But she didn't select both plans . Her move 8...B-3c shown , she wants to select Ibisha Anaguma , Millenium or Kushikatsu gakoi . She moved up the right Silver through 5c to 4d and this moves sugested she will select Kushikatsu Gakoi .

(diagram 2)

11.S-6g B-4b
12.K-4h K-2b
13.P-6e K-1b
14.K-3i S-2b
15.S-5f S4d-3c
16.P-3f G6a-5a
17.N-3g P-2d
18.P-2f G-3b
19.G-4g S-2c
20.S-2g G-4a
21.G-3h G4a-3a
22.R-8h S-2b
23.K-2h P-7d
24.P-4e B-5c
25.L-9h P-9d
26.P-9f N-7c
27.R-7h P-8f
(diagram 2)

IWANE's King entered Mino gakoi and YAUCHI started making Kushikatsu gakoi . While YAUCHI was making her Kakoi , IWANE developped her Kakoi thtough Taka mino gakoi to Ginkanmuri . After some moves , YAUCHI started attacking with 27...P-8f .

(diagram 3)

28.Px8f Bx8f
29.R-8h P*8e
30.P-4d Bx7g+
31.Nx7g B*6f
32.Px4c+ Gx4c
33.R-7h P*4f
34.G4g-4h P-8f
35.B*5a P-8g+
36.Bx7c+ R-8f
37.R-7i P-5e
38.Sx5e Bx7g+
39.P-2e +P-7h
40.R-2i Px2e
41.P*2d Sx2d
42.P*2f Px2f
43.Sx2f P*2c
44.N*1f +P-6h
45.Nx2d Px2d
46.P*2e +P-5h
47.Px2d G-3b
48.Gx5h R-8h+
49.G5h-4h G4c-3c
(diagram 3)

After the 8th file Pawns exchange , YAUCHI exchanged the Bishops and dropped her one to continue attacking . IWANE once protected 7g Knight with R-7h and started counterattacking with a Bishop dropping on 5a . And IWANE started attacking in the 2nd file with P-2e too .

After some moves , IWANE seemed to get a slight advantage , but she had only a few mininutes to think left . The position was still difficult .

(diagram 4)

50.P-1d Px1d
51.P*1c Nx1c
52.Lx1d K-2a
53.Lx1c+ Lx1c
54.N-2e Gx2d
55.Nx1c+ Sx1c
56.P*1d P*2g
57.Kx2g Sx1d
58.N*1f G2d-2c
59.L*2d P*2e
60.Lx2c= Gx2c
61.P*2d Px2f
62.K-3g G-3c
63.S*2c N*2e
64.Kx4f Sx2c
65.Px2c+ P*4e
66.K-4g Gx2c
67.P*2d G-3c
68.S*2c L*4f
69.Sx4f Px4f
70.+Bx4f S*5h
71.Gx5h Gx2c
72.Px2c+ +Rx5h
73.Kx5h S*6g
74.K-4h S*5i
75.K-3i S*4h
76.Gx4h Sx4h+
77.Kx4h G*5h
78.K-3i G*4h
(diagram 4)

After 156 moves , YAUCHI won the 1st game .

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