Aug 1, 2009

Shogi Game record : AKUTSU won with Yonteme Kyu-Yon Fu senpou . (Ginga sen)

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


A shogi game of Ginga sen E-block between HORIGUCHI Kazushiza and AKUTSU was broadcasted 28 May 2009


Sente : HORIGUCHI Kazushiza (7 dan)
Gote : AKUTSU Chikara (7 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-2f P-3d
2.P-7f P-9d
3.P-2e P-9e
4.G-7h B-3c
(diagram 1)











AKUTSU selected Yonteme Kyu-Yon Fu senpou as the opening of this game . HORIGUCHI naturaly advanced the 2nd file Pawn and moved up the left Gold to prepare the 2nd file Pawn exchange . AKUTSU advanced the 9th file Pawn with 3...P-9e and moved up the Bishop with 4...B-3c . This formation seems a combination of 2 openings ; Yonteme Kyu-Yon Fu senpou & Yonteme San-San Kaku senpou .

(diagram 2)

5.Bx3c+ Nx3c
6.P-2d Px2d
7.B*2c B*2e
8.Rx2e Px2e
9.Bx3d+ G-3b
10.P*2d S-2b
11.B*2a P*3a
(diagram 2)








HORIGUCHI immediately exchanged the Bishops and after sacrificing a Pawn with 6.P-2d , he dropped a Bishop with 7.B*2c . AKUTSU disturb the opponent's Bishop promotion by dropping a Bishop on 2e .

After exchanging the Rook and the opponent's Bishop , HORIGUCHI promoted his Bishop with 9.Bx3d+ . Dropping a Pawn and A Bishop , HORIGUCHI tried to continue attacking . But until AKUTSU's 11.P*3a , the attack seemed to be protected .

(diagram 3)

12.S-3h P-2f
13.P-3f R-9b
14.S-6h R-9d
15.P-3e K-6b
16.K-6i S-7b
17.K-7i K-7a
18.P-6f K-8b
19.K-8h R-7d
20.P-4f Rx7f
21.+B-5f R-7e
22.P-6e N-2e
23.+B-6f R-7d
24.Bx3b+ Px3b
25.+Bx2b P-2g+
26.Sx2g P*2h
27.+Bx1a Px2i+
(diagram 3)

AKUTSU's Rook reached the 4th rank through the 9th file ; from 8b -->9b -->9d . This Rook's path is very interesting . And he made Mino gakoi .

In the other hand , HORIGUCHI advanced his Pawns and made Kin mino . And he exchanged his 2a-Bishop and AKUTSU's 2 pieces ; 3b-Gold & 2b-Silver .

(diagram 4)

28.L*7g N*7f
29.Lx7f Rx7f
30.S-7g Rx4f
31.+B-5e Rx4i+
32.N*7d K-9b
33.G*8b K-9c
34.P-9f R*6i
35.P*7i G*6g
36.Gx6g Rx7i+
37.K-9g Px7d
38.Gx8a N*8e
39.K-8f +Rx7g
40.Nx7g S*7e
41.Kx8e B*9d
42.Kx9e S-8d
43.K-8f Sx8a
44.N*8e Bx8e
45.Nx8e Sx8e
46.K-7g L*7f
47.K-8h +R-7i
48.K-9h N*8f
49.K-9g Sx9f
50.Kx9f K-8d
51.+Bx9a G*9e
52.resigns
(diagram 4)

After 102 moves , AKUTSU won the game .

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