Sep 16, 2009

Shogi News : HABU won again . (Oza sen)

Shogi Game record : The 57th Oza sen ; 5 games title match


9:47 P.M. 16 September 2009 , after 89 moves , HABU won the 2nd game of the 57th Oza sen title match . The score of this match becomes "HABU 2 --- 0 YAMASAKI" .

The 3rd game will start 9:00 A.M. 25 September 2009 at Shouhakutei-AZUMASOU (English page) , Tendou city , Yamagata .


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Sente : HABU Yoshiharu (Meijin , Osho , Kisei , Oza )
Gote : YAMASAKI Takayuki (7 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.K-6h S-6b
8.S-7g P-6d
9.S-2g S-6c
10.S-2f P-1d
11.P-3f P-4d
12.P-3e S-5d
(diagram 1)



YAMASAKI selected Ittezon Kakukawari with 4...Bx8h+ . After moving the King with 7.K-6h , HABU advanced his Silver to 2f , a Bougin attacking form .

YAMASAKI pushed the 1st file Pawn with 10...P-1d , to decline further advance of HABU's 2f -Silver . HABU advanced the 3rd file Pawn to attack in the 3rd file .

HABU started attacking with 12.P-3e . YAMASAKI didn't capture the Pawn , but moved up the 6c-Silver to 5d , Koshikakegin position .

(diagram 2)

13.Px3d Sx3d
14.K-7i G-5b
15.G-5h P-9d
16.S-3g G5b-4c
17.P-2d Px2d
18.Rx2d G-2c
19.R-2h P*2g
20.Rx2g B*3h
21.R-2h B-4i+
22.B*1f P*2g
23.Bx2g +B-3i
24.P-5f N-3c
25.P-5e S5d-4e
26.B-1f N-2e
27.R-2f G-2d
28.S-4h G-1e
29.Sx3i Gx2f
30.B-4i N-3g=
31.Nx3g Gx3g
32.K-8h R*2i
33.P*3e Rx3i+
34.B-1f S*6i
(diagram 2)

After capturing the 3d-Pawn , HABU didn't attack immediately but moved the King to 7i . YAMASAKI moved up his right Gold with 14...G-5b to control the right half of the board by all Golds and Silvers' power .

HABU also moved up his right Gold with 15.G-5h , to join the defend of his King . YAMASAKI pushed the 9th file Pawn to open the advancing route of the 8i-Knight ; 8i --> 9c --> 8e . In stead of the move , K-4b or P-6e are also effective moves .

HABU backed his 2f-Silver with 16.S-3g to use the Rook forward . Against HABU's 2nd file Pawn exchange , YAMASAKI replied with 18...G-2c . HABU backed his Rook with 19.R-2h . Dropping a Pawn with 19...P*2g , YAMASAKI made a promoted Bishop .

HABU dropped a Bishop with 22.B*1f to threatening 4i-promoted Bishop . Sacrificing a Pawn with 22...P*2g , YAMASAKI forced HABU to move 1f-Bishop , and aimed at 2h-Rook with 23...+B-3i . HABU used the 2g-Bishop to attack in the 5th file .

After some moves , HABU's Bishop and right Silver made a bad formation , and YAMASAKI's King was unprotected . Which player's defect was more critical ? Perhaps the position was still difficult , but YAMASAKI still must attack HABU's bad shape pieces , and in addition to it he had little time to think .

(diagram 3)

35.G5h-6h N*6e
36.S-6f P-1e
37.Px3d Sx7h+
38.Gx7h Px1f
39.B*2d B*4b
40.S*3c Sx3d
41.Sx4b+ Gx4b
42.B*7a P*2c
43.Bx8b+ Px2d
44.R*3a G*4a
45.Rx3d+ resigns
(diagram 3)



After 89 moves , HABU won the game .

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