Sep 14, 2009

Shogi Game record : Yokofutori ; San-San Kei senpou (JT Shogi Nihon series)

Shogi Game record : 2009 JT Shogi Nihon series

A shogi game of JT Shogi Nihon series between KIMURA and MARUYAMA started 4 July 2009 at Yume messe Miyagi , Sendai city , Miyagi .

You can see the original game record on the Net .
http://www.jti.co.jp/knowledge/shogi/professional/2009/1-3kyoku/index.html
(Flash and text version , written in Japanese language)


Sente : KIMURA Kazuki (8 dan)
Gote : MARUYAMA Tadahisa (9 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-2f P-8d
3.P-2e P-8e
4.G-7h G-3b
5.P-2d Px2d
6.Rx2d P-8f
7.Px8f Rx8f
8.Rx3d N-3c
(diagram 1)







MARUYAMA selected Yokofutori as the opening of this game . Both MARUYAMA and KIMURA were famous CHUZA Bisha players . But for some years , they have rarely selected it .

In this game , MARUYAMA selected San-San Kei senpou with 8...N-3c .

(diagram 2)

9.K-5h K-6b
10.P-1f K-7b
11.P-1e Rx7f
12.G-3h S-4b
13.P-9f P-5d
14.Rx5d P*5f
15.Px5f P-1d
16.S-4h Px1e
17.P*8d P*8b
18.P-4f P-4d
19.B-9g P*5c
20.P*7g Rx9f
21.R-5e P*2h
22.Gx2h B-1c
23.Rx1e P-4e
24.P*2d Rx5f
25.P*5g R-5d
26.R-1d B-2b
27.P*1b P*1c
28.P-2c+ Px1d
29.+Px3b B-1c
30.+Px4b Px4f
(diagram 2)

KIMURA's King moved to 5h , the Nakazumai position . MARUYAMA also moved up his King to make a Kakoi .

KIMURA advanced the 1st file Pawn with 10.P-1f . MARUYAMA didn't replied it with 10...P-1d , because after 10...P-1d Sente could attack the 1st file immediately . (sample line ; 10...P-1d , 11.P-1e Px1e , 12.P*1b Lx1b , 13.P*1c)

MARUYAMA captured 7f-Pawn and sacrificing the 5th file Pawn , attacked in the 5th & 1st file . Sacrificing a Rook , KIMURA broke MARUYAMA's camp

(diagram 3)

31.S-6h N-4e
32.S*3f Rx8d
33.P*8g P-4g+
34.S3fx4g P*4f
35.S-3f P*2g
36.Gx2g P*3h
37.Bx5c+ P-3i+
38.+B-7e R-2d
39.P*2e R-7d
40.+B-6e +P-4i
41.Kx4i R*6i
42.K-3h Rx8i+
43.G-7i +Rx9i
44.Sx4e +R-9e
45.+Bx7d Px7d
46.S-5d N*3e
47.R*4c G-6b
48.G-2f P-4g+
49.Sx4g Nx4g+
50.Kx4g L*4f
51.K-3h B*4i
52.K-2h +Rx2e
53.G*2g S*3h
54.N*3i Sx3i=
55.resigns
(diagram 3)

After 108 moves , MARUYAMA won the game .

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