Jul 19, 2009

Shogi Game record : The 59th NHK cup TV Shogi tournament

A shogi game of NHK cup TV Shogi tournament between MASUDA and HIROSE was broadcasted 17 May 2009 .


Sente : MASUDA Yuuji (5 dan)
Gote : HIROSE Akihihto (5 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.Bx2b+ Sx2b
3.S-8h S-3c
4.S-4h S-6b
5.P-4f P-6d
6.S-4g S-6c
7.P-2f K-4b
8.P-1f P-1d
9.G-7h G-3b
10.K-6h P-9d
11.P-9f P-8d
12.P-3f S-5d
13.G-5h K-3a
14.S-5f S-6e
(diagramm 1)

After both players opened the Bishop line , MASUDA immediately exchanged the Bishops . By this move 2.Bx2b+ , MASUDA sacrificed one move but he declined HIROSE's Furibisha Anaguma . Furibisha Anaguma is HIROSE's favorite strategy .

MASUDA
thought HIROSE would still select Kakukoukan Furibisha after 3...S-3c , like 4...R-4b or 4...R-2b . But in this game , HIROSE select Ibisha , a minor line of Kakukawari .

After some moves , HIROSE made Koshikakegin formation with 12...S-5d . MASUDA also made Koshikakegin formatioon with 14.S-5f , but this move is careless move . HIROSE immediately crushed the Silver with 14...S-6e .

(diagram 2)

15.S-5e Sx7f
16.Sx6d G-5b
17.P-2e R-6b
18.S-5e P-7d
19.S-6f P-4d
20.K-7i B*7c
21.N-3g Bx4f
22.G-4g B-7c
23.P-2d Px2d
24.R-4h K-2b
25.S8h-7g Sx7g+
26.Sx7g N-9c
27.S*4a
(diagram 2)


MASUDA advanced his 5f-Silver with 15.S-5e to declined a Silver exchange . Because the Silver exchange with 15.Sx6e will lose MASUDA an advantage like following moves ; 15.Sx6e Px6e , 16.S-7g R-6b , 17.K-7i . After this variation , Gote has a attacking line with S*3i , R-3h B*4i .

HIROSE captured the 7f-Pawn , and aiming at 6d-Silver with R-6b . He dropped a Bishop with B*7c and got an advantage . He tried to continue attacking , joining his right Knight with N-9c . But in this timing MASUDA had a chance to attack HIROSE's camp with S*4a .

(diagram 3)

27...G5b-4b
28.Sx3b+ Gx3b
29.B*5a R-7b
30.Bx7c+ Rx7c
31.P*2e S*2c
32.B*8b R-6c
33.Bx9a+ N-8e
34.S-6h S*3i
35.R-5h B*4i
36.R-5i B-3h+
37.G*5h P*6f
38.Px6f P-3e
39.+B-4f Rx6f
40.P-5f R-6e
41.Px2d S3cx2d
42.P*6f R-7e
43.P*2e S-3c
44.Px3e P*2f
45.S-6g Rx7h+
46.Kx7h P-2g+
47.R*7b +Px3g
48.Gx3g N*5d
49.Gx3h Nx4f
50.L*2d B*5d
51.Lx2c+ Kx2c
52.R-7a+ P*3a
53.Gx3i L*7e
54.P*7g Nx5h+
55.Rx5h G*4g
56.S*6h Gx5h
57.Sx5h R*3g
58.B*5g P*6g
59.S5hx6g Nx7g+
60.Nx7g Lx7g+
61.Kx7g N*7e
62.L*2d K-1c
63.P-6e Nx6g+
64.Kx6g P*6f
65.Kx6f S*7e
66.K-7g G*6f
67.K-8h Gx5g
68.+Rx3a Sx2d
69.Px2d B*1b
70.G*2c Bx2c
71.Px2c+ Gx2c
72.P*2d Kx2d
73.S*2f G*7h
74.K-9h Rx3i+
75.P*2e K-1c
76.B*2b K-1b
77.N*2d Gx2d
78.S*1c resigns
(diagram 3)

After 155 moves , MASUDA won the game .

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