Oct 27, 2009

Shogi Game record : Ai Furibisha ; Sente Mukai Bisha , Gote Mukai Bisha . (Mynavi)

Shogi Game record : The 3rd Mynavi Joshi open ; pre-round

A shogi game of Mynavi Joshi open pre-round between KUMAKURA and NAKAMURA Momoko started 10:00 A.M. , 25 July 2009 .

You can see the original game record on the Net .
(Flash version , written in Japanese language)

Sente : KUMAKURA Shino (Jo-ryu 1 dan)
Gote : NAKAMURA Momoko (Jo-ryu 1 kyu)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-6f B-3c
3.B-7g R-2b
4.S-4h S-4b
5.P-3f P-5d
6.S-3g S-5c
7.R-8h K-6b
8.P-8f S-7b
9.P-8e K-7a
10.S-6h G4a-5b
11.G-3h P-6d
12.G-5h G-6c
13.K-4h P-5e
14.K-3i S-5d
15.P-9f R-5b
16.K-2h P-1d
17.P-1f B-4d
18.P-4f P-3e
19.Px3e Bx3e
20.G5h-4g P-4d
21.B-8f K-8b
22.N-7g R-3b
23.S-6g P-4e
(diagram 1)

Both players opened the Bishop line with 1.P-7f P-3d and KUMAKURA closed it with 2.P-6f . NAKAMURA moved up her Bishop with 2...B-3c , and enabled to select Mukai Bisha with keep her Bishop line open . This line is one of the common Ai Furibisha opening lines .

KUMAKURA also moved up her Bishop with 3.B-7g . NAKAMURA made her strategy Mukai Bisha with 3...R-2b . Replying NAKAMURA's 3...R-2b , KUMAKURA moved up her right Silver with 4.S-4h . After the move 4.S-4h , KUMAKURA was able to select 2 major lines . The 1st line is Ai Furibisha ; Sente Yagura gakoi + Mukai Bisha . The other line is Nanchatte Ai Furibisha . After moved up the 4h-Silver with 6.S-3g to make a part of Yagura gakoi , KUMAKURA turned her Rook with 7.R-8h , Mukai Bisha position .

After moved up her left Silver with S-5c , NAKAMURA started making her kakoi . NAKAMURA completed Hon mino gakoi . After advanced the 8th file Pawn to 8e , KUMAKURA continued making Yagura gakoi .

NAKAMURA advanced the 5th file with 13...P-5e and supported the Pawn with 14...S-5d . NAKAMURA turned her Rook with 15...R-5b and KUMAKURA's King entered Yagura gakoi .

Both players developed their attacking formation and started attacking each other with 23...P-4e & 24.P-6e .

(diagram 2)

25.P*3f B-4d
26.Px4e Sx4e
27.P*6d G6c-6b
28.R-4h P-6f
29.Sx6f P-5f
30.Gx5f P*4g
31.Gx4g N-3c
32.G-5e Bx5e
33.Sx5e N-2e
34.P-8d Px8d
35.P*8c Sx8c
(diagram 2)

When NAKAMURA exchanged the 4th file Pawns by her Silver , KUMAKURA dropped a Pawn with 27.P*6d forcing NAKAMURA to back the 6c-Gold .

KUMAKURA turned her Rook with 28.R-4h aiming at the 4e-Silver and the 4d-Bishop . NAKAMURA pushed the 6e-Pawn with 28...P-6f inviting the 6g-Silver to the Bishop line . NAKAMURA pushed the 5th file Pawn with 29...P-5f attacking the 6f-Silver by the 4d-Bishop . KUMAKURA captured the 5f-Pawn with 30.Gx5f protecting the 6f-Silver and attacking the 4e-Silver in the same time .

NAKAMURA dropped a Pawn with 30...P*4g attacking the 4h-Rook . KUMAKURA captured the Pawn with 31.Gx4g . NAKAMURA's left Knight jumped with 31...N-3c to join attacking . Both players attacked each other .

(diagram 3)

37.Gx3g P*4g
38.R-8h R-3c
39.B-6e+ P*5f
40.S-4d Rx3f
41.Gx3f Sx3f
42.+Bx8c Kx8c
43.N*7e K-7b
44.P-6c+ K-7a
45.S*8b Kx8b
46.P*8c K-7a
47.+Px6b Gx6b
48.R*4a resigns
(diagram 3)

After 95 moves , KUMAKURA won the game .

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