Aug 18, 2009

Shogi Game record : Ittezon Kakukawari : Sente Bougin . (Saikyou sen)

Shogi Game record : The 3rd Saikyou sen

A shogi game of Saikyou sen tournament between WATANABE and KIMURA started 14 June 2009 on the Net .

Sente : WATANABE Akira (Ryuo)
Gote : KIMURA Kazuki (8 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-2f G-3b
3.G-7h P-8d
4.P-2e Bx8h+
5.Sx8h S-2b
6.S-3h S-3c
7.S-2g S-6b
8.S-2f P-1d
9.K-6h P-6d
10.P-3f G-5b
11.S-7g S-6c
12.G-5h S-5d
13.K-7i P-4d
14.P-1f K-4b
15.P-3e S-4c
(diagram 1)

KIMURA selected Ittezon Kakukawari as the opening of this game . WATANABE advanced his right Silver and selected Bougin as his strategy . After WATANABE's Silver arrived at 2f square , he made his kakoi before attacking .

KIMURA made Koshikakegin shape to defend . Replying the WATANABE's attack with 15.P-3e , KIMURA's right Silver backed to 4c .

(diagram 2)

16.G5h-6h P-7d
17.P-1e Px1e
18.Sx1e B*3f
19.B*5f Px3e
20.P-2d Lx1e
21.Lx1e Sx2d
22.L-1b+ N-3c
23.L*2f N-2e
24.Lx2e Sx2e
25.N-3g S-1f
26.P*2d S-2g+
27.Rx2g Bx2g+
28.Px2c+ +Bx3g
29.+Px3b Kx3b
30.K-8h R*2h
31.S*2b L*5d
32.G*3c K-4a
33.Gx4c Gx4c
34.Bx7d K-4b
(diagram 2)

Without capturing 3d-Pawn , WTANABE attacked also in the 1st file with 17.P-1e . KIMURA naturly captured the Pawn with 17...Px1e , but he dropped a Bishop with 18...B*3f before capturing WATANABE's sacrificing Silver on 1e .

WATANABE also dropped a Bishop with 19.B*5f to avoid KIMURA's Bishop promotion with Bx4g+ . KIMURA captured 3e-Pawn and WATANABE contiuned attacking with 20.P-2d . If KIMURA captured the Pawn with 20...Px2d , WATANABE could attack with 21.P*1b! . Then KIMURA captured 1e-Silver without replying 20.P-2d .

WATANABE made his Lance promoted with 22.L-1b+ and KIMURA's 2a-Knight escaped with 22...N-3c . After some moves , KIMURA's Kakoi was almost completely broken , but his King tried to escape .

(diagram 3)

35.P*3d Gx3d
36.N*4f P-4e
37.Nx3d K-4c
38.P*2e Rx2e+
39.S*3c +B-5e
40.B-4a+ Kx3d
41.G*2d +Rx2d
42.Sx2d+ Kx2d
43.S-6f +B-3g
44.R*1g +B-2f
45.S-3c= Kx3c
46.R-1c+ K-4d
47.+B-2c G*4c
48.+R-2d N*3d
49.+Bx3d Gx3d
50.+Rx2f S*2e
51.+R-2i Rx1b
52.N*3g L*2f
53.Nx2e Lx2i+
54.S*2c R-1h+
55.B*2b K-4c
(diagram 3)

After 110 moves , KIMURA won the game .

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