Oct 9, 2009

Shogi Game record : Gokigen Nakabisha ; Gosuji kuraidori Nakabisha . (Ginga sen)

Shogi Game record : The 17th Ginga sen : E-block

A shogi Game of Ginga sen E-block between FUKAURA and KUBO was broadcasted 18 July 2009 .

Sente : FUKAURA Kouichi (Oi)
Gote : KUBO Toshiaki (Kio)

(diagram 1)

1.P-2f P-3d
2.P-7f P-5d
3.P-2e R-5b
4.S-4h P-5e
5.K-6h B-3c
6.K-7h S-4b
7.S-6h K-6b
8.P-3f S-5c
9.S-3g S-5d
10.S-4f S-6e
11.P-2d Px2d
12.P-3e Px3e
13.Sx3e R-5d
(diagram 1)

KUBO selected Gokigen Nakabisha with 3...R-5b in this game . FUKAURA selected 3.S-4h line . KUBO advanced the 5th file Pawn .

You may think FUKAURA could exchange the 2nd file Pawn with 5.P-2d , instead of 5.K-6h . But the following moves would give KUBO an advantage ; 5.P-2d Px2d , 6.Rx2d P-5f , 7.Px5f Bx8h+ , 8.Sx8h S*3c . The last move 8...S*3c is forking the 2d-Rook and the 8h-Silver .

After making a simple Funa gakoi , FUKAURA pushed the 3rd file Pawn and advanced his right Silver to 4f aiming at the 5e-Pawn and the head of the 3c-Bishop .

KUBO also advanced his left Silver with 10...S-6e , without completed a kakoi . The Silver aimed at both of the 7f-Pawn and the 5th file .

FUKAURA started attacking with 11.P-2d and KUBO floated his Rook with 13...R-5d to defend his Bishop side camp .

(diagram 2)

14.P*3d B-4b
15.S-4f Rx3d
16.Bx5e N-3c
17.R-3h P*3f
18.S-7g P-2e
19.P*3e R-8d
20.Rx3f P*5d
21.B-6f Sx6f
22.Px6f N-4e
23.G4i-5h B*2g
24.R-3i P*3h
25.R-4i B-3f+
26.P-9f P-5e
27.S*3d P-4d
28.S-4c= B-3a
29.P-3d G-4b
30.Sx4b= Bx4b
31.Sx5e K-7b
32.G*9e +B-3e
33.P-4f +Bx3d
34.Px4e P-3i+
35.Rx3i +Bx4e
36.N*6g R-5d
37.P*4c Rx5e
38.Px4b+ P*3f
39.P*4f +B-1b
40.Rx3f S*3e
41.R-3i P*3f
42.K-8h R-5c
43.G6i-6h K-8b
(diagram 2)

FUKAURA dropped a Pawn with 14.P*3d forcing KUBO to back 3c-Bishop . KUBO backed his Bishop with 14...B-4b . FUKAURA backed the 3e-Silver with 15.S-4f aiming at the 5e-Pawn .

KUBO captured the 3d-Pawn without protecting the 5e-Pawn . FUKAURA captured the 5e-Pawn by his Bishop threatening the 1a-Lance . KUBO jumped his left Knight with 16...N-3c to block FUKAURA's Bishop line .

FUKAURA turned his Rook with R-3h , and both Rooks faced each other . KUBO dropped a Pawn with 17...P*3f to decline a Rook exchange .

After some moves KUBO killed FUKAURA's 5e-Bishop with 20...P*5d . The Bishop backed to 6f , exchanged with KUBO's 6e-Silver . KUBO dropped a Bishop with 23...B*2g and made it promoted .

FUKAURA dropped a Silver with 27.S*3d attacked the 4e-Knight and the 4c-Pawn . KUBO protected the 4e-Knight with 27...P-4d .

After FUKAURA's Silver and KUBO's Gold on 4b , FUKAURA advanced his 4f-Silver capturing the 5e-Pawn . KUBO's King escaped from the 5e-Silver . Both player disturbed the opponent's Rook using , each other .

(diagram 3)

44.B*3b +B-3d
45.B-4c+ +Bx4c
46.+Px4c Rx4c
47.B*3d R-4a
48.P*3c S*4c
49.B-2c+ R-2a
50.P*2b R-5a
51.P-3b+ B*2h
52.R-4i Sx3b
53.+Bx3b Bx1i+
54.P-2a+ P-3g+
55.+P-3a +P-3h
56.+P-4a R-5b
57.+P-4b R-6b
58.R-7i +Bx4f
59.S*5c P-7d
60.+B-4c +B-7c
61.Sx6b= Gx6b
62.P-7e Px7e
63.R*3b S*7d
64.+P-5b G-7b
65.+P-6a P-9d
66.+Px7a Kx7a
67.S*6a Px9e
68.Sx7b= +Bx7b
69.Nx7e G*6b
70.G*5b S*7c
71.Gx6b Sx6b
72.S-8f P*7g
73.Rx7g P*7f
74.Rx7f G*5a
75.G*5b Gx5b
76.+Bx5b G*5a
77.+Bx5a Sx5a
78.Rx7b+ Kx7b
79.Nx8c+ Kx8c
80.B*6a P*7b
81.G*8d Kx8d
82.Bx7b+ R*4e
83.Rx7d Kx7d
84.S*7e resigns
(diagram 3)

After 167 moves , FUKAURA won the game .

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