6:52 P.M. 30 September 2009 , after 125 moves , FUKAURA won the last game of this match . The score of this match becomes "FUKAURA 4 --- 3 KIMURA" , and FUKAURA defended his title Oi .
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FUKAURA Kouichi (Oi )
KIMURA Kazuki (8 dan)
The game restarted with opening KIMURA's sealed move . The move was 27...P-6d to block FUKAURA's 4f-Bishop line .
FUKAURA dropped a Pawn with 28.P*7e , aiming at KIMURA's 7c-Knight head . KIMURA dropped a Rook with 28...R*3i to attack FUKAURA's camp . They roughly attack each other's camp .
FUKAURA pushed the 6th file Pawn with 31.P-6f to defend his King . Without the move , FUKAURA's King will be mated with following moves ; 31...G*4h , 32.Kx4h +P-3h , 33.K-5h R-4i+ .
After the King's move to 6g , FUKAURA attacked the right side of KIMURA's camp with 33.P*7b . FUKAURA got a Silver and dropped a Knight with 35.N*2d aiming at the 3b-Gold and blocking the 1d-Rook's escape route .
FUKAURA dropped a Bishop with 36.B*8e threatening KIMURA's King . KIMURA dropped a Gold with 36...G*9d to disturb the work of this Bishop . FUKAURA simply exchanged his Bishop with KIMURA's 9d-Gold . And FUKAURA attacked KIMURA's King from both side ; 38.G*3b & 40.S-7c+ . KIMURA also attacked FUKAURA's King with 40...Px6f .
After 125 moves , FUKAURA won the game .