Sep 13, 2009

Gote Mukai Bisha ; Ai Anaguma

Shogi Game record : The 3rd Asahi cup Shogi open : 1st preround

A shogi game of Asahi cup Shogi open 1st preround between SAWADA and HAYASAKI (amateur) started 2:00 P.M. 4 July 2009 .


You can see the original game record on the Net .
http://live.shogi.or.jp/asahi/archives/3/kifu/20090704asahi_25.html?TB_iframe=true&width=600&height=570
(Flash version , written in Japanese language)



Sente : SAWADA Shingo (4 dan)
Gote : HAYASAKI Masakazu (amateur)

(diagram 1)

1.P-2f P-3d
2.P-7f G-3b
3.G-7h P-4d
4.P-2e B-3c
5.S-4h G-4c
6.B-7g R-2b
7.P-5f K-6b
8.B-6h K-7b
9.K-6i K-8b
10.S-8h L-9b
11.K-7i K-9a
12.S-7g S-8b
13.K-8h G-7a
14.L-9h S-4b
15.K-9i P-9d
16.P-9f S-5a
17.S-5g S-6b
18.S5g-6f P-7d
19.G-5i P-6d
20.G-6i P-6e
(diagram 1)

HAYASAKI seemed to select Ittezon Kakukawari until 2...G-3b . But he closed the Bishop line with 3...P-4d and he moved up 3b-Gold with G-4c and the Rook came to 2b , Mukai Bisha position .

HAYASAKI made Anaguma gakoi . SAWADA made Yagura gakoi build with a Gold and a Silver . And he also advanced the Yagura to Ibisha Anaguma . Before SAWADA completed his Ibisha Anaguma , HAYASAKI advanced the 6th file Pawn to move 6f-Silver .

(diagram 2)

21.Sx6e S-6c
22.P-5e P-4e
23.S-8h Bx5e
24.G6i-7i B-3c
25.B-8f R-6b
26.R-5h S-5b
27.S-5f S-6a
28.S-5e P-4f
29.Sx4f R-6e
30.P*5e S-7b
31.R-5f P*4h
32.S-5g P-4i+
33.S-6f R-6c
34.R-4f G-4d
35.P-5d Px5d
36.B-3a+ P*4e
37.R-2f R-6a
38.+B-3b P-5e
39.P*5d G-6b
40.S-6e +P-5i
41.S-6d R-5a
42.P-5c+ Gx5c
43.+Bx3c Nx3c
44.B*4b Gx6d
45.Bx5a+ G4d-5d
46.R*4a S*7a
47.+Bx3c B*5h
48.G7i-6h Bx4g+
49.+Bx3d +P-5h
50.G6h-7g +B-5g
51.R-2h P*6h
52.P*5b P-6i+
53.P-5a+ +P6i-6h
54.+P-6a +Px7h
55.Gx7h Sx6a
56.+Bx6a G*7b
57.+Bx7b Sx7b
(diagram 2)

SAWADA captured 6e-Pawn witth 21.Sx6e . While HAYASAKI protected 7d-Pawn and captured 5e-Pawn , SAWADA completed making Ibisha Anaguma . SAWADA aimed at the 5th file with 26.R-5h and HAYASAKI backed his 6c-Silver to defend the 5c-Pawn .

After some moves , SAWADA succeeded in making a promoted Bishop . And they roughly attacked each other's Anaguma gakoi .

(diagram 3)

58.G*6b B*6c
59.Rx1a+ P*6a
60.Gx6c Gx6c
61.L*6f G5d-5c
62.P*5d G*6h
63.G-7g G-5b
64.B*3d Gx6g
65.Bx5b+ Gx7g
66.Sx7g G*7h
67.G*8h Gx8h
68.Kx8h G-7c
69.N*8e G*6g
70.Lx6a+ Gx7g
71.Nx7g S*7i
72.K-9g P-9e
73.+L-7a P*6a
74.+Lx8a Sx8a
75.+Rx6a Px9f
76.K-8f L*8d
77.N*9d Lx9d
78.P*9c Sx9c
79.+Rx8a Kx8a
80.G*7a Kx7a
81.S*6b K-8a
82.G*7a K-9a
83.P*9b resigns
(diagram 3)

After 165 moves , SAWADA won the game .

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