Aug 29, 2009

Shogi Game record : Gokigen Nakabisha ; 4.G-7h line . (Ginga sen)

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

A shogi game of Ginga sen G-block between TANIGAWA and KITAHAMA was broadcasted 2 July 2009 .


Sente : TANIGAWA Kouji (9 dan)
Gote : KITAHAMA Kensuke (7 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-2f P-3d
2.P-7f P-5d
3.P-2e R-5b
4.G-7h K-6b
5.K-6i K-7b
6.S-4h K-8b
7.P-9f P-9d
8.B-7g S-7b
9.S-6h P-5e
10.P-2d Px2d
11.Rx2d G-3b
12.R-2h P*2c
13.P-6f P-3e
14.P-4f S-4b
15.S-4g R-5d
16.K-7i R-2d
17.P*2e R-3d
18.K-8h S-5c
19.R-3h S-4d
20.G-5h G-4b
21.S-6g P-6d
22.P-7e G4b-5b
23.S-7f G-6c
24.P-8f P-1d
25.G5h-6g N-3c
26.R-2h B-1c
27.P-1f S-5c
(diagram 1)

KITAHAMA selected Gokigen Nakabisha as the opening of this game . TANIGAWA selected 4.G-7h line . KITAHAMA made Kata mino gakoi , and TANIGAWA made Kaku tsuki Kin mino gakoi .

TANIGAWA exchanged the 2nd file Pawns . KITAHAMA floated his Rook with 15...R-5d and KITAHAMA once faced his Rook to TANIGAWA's Rook with 16...R-2d . TANIGAWA declined a Rook exchange with 17.P*2e , because TANIGAWA's camp had more defect to be dropped a Rook .

KITAHAMA made ISHIDA ryu formation with 17...R-3d . TANIGAWA's King entered Kaku tsuki Kin mino , and aiming at the 3rd file with 19.R-3h . KITAHAMA protected the 3rd file with 19...S-4d . TANIGAWA developed his Kaku tuski Kin mino through Kimura mino to Gin tachi Yagura .

KITAHAMA developed his Kata mino gakoi to Taka mino gakoi and made his attacking form ISHIDA ryu hon gumi .

(diagram 2)

28.P-5f Px5f
29.Gx5f S-6b
30.P-8e B-3a
31.G-5g S-7a
32.G5g-6g L-9b
33.R-3h B-5c
34.S-5f K-9a
35.P-6e S-8b
36.S-5e P-7d
37.Px6d Gx6d
38.Sx6d Bx6d
39.G*6e Px7e
40.Gx7e B-4b
41.P*6d S*7c
42.R-5h P*5e
43.P*5d Sx6d
44.Gx6d Bx6d
45.S*6e B-3a
46.P*6d N-7c
47.Rx5e Nx6e
48.Sx6e G*7e
49.P-5c+ S*4d
50.R-5i Sx5c
51.N*2f Gx6e
52.Nx3d P*6f
(diagram 2)

TANIGAWA exchanged the 5th file Pawns and advanced the 8th file Pawn . KITAHAMA developed his Kakoi to Anaguma gakoi . The battle opened in the 6th and 7th file . They exchanged a Gold and a Silver several times . Sacrificing a Rook , KITAHAMA tried to continue attacking with 52...P*6f .

(diagram 3)

53.Gx6f P*7f
54.Gx6e Px7g+
55.Nx7g P*7f
56.P-6c+ Px7g+
57.Gx7g Sx6c
58.R*4a P*5a
59.Rx3a+ S6c-5d
60.Gx5d S*6h
61.Gx5c Sx5i=
62.B*5d P*7b
63.S*6c S-7a
64.P*7c R*5h
65.S*7h Px7c
66.S-6b+ Rx5d+
67.+Sx6a +Rx5c
68.+Sx7a B*7i
69.Kx7i S-6h=
70.K-8i G*7i
71.K-9h B*5d
72.B*8g Sx7g+
73.Bx5d N*8f
74.K-9g resigns
(diagram 3)

After 147 moves , TANIGAWA won the game .

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