Oct 6, 2009

Shogi Game record : Ittezon Kakukawari ; Koshikakegin . (Ginga sen)

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

A shogi game of Ginga sen D-block between GOUDA and YAMASAKI was broadcasted 16 July 2009 .


Sente : GOUDA Masataka (9 dan)
Gote : YAMASAKI Takayuki (7 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-2f G-3b
3.P-2e Bx8h+
4.Sx8h S-2b
5.S-7g S-3c
6.S-3h P-9d
7.P-9f S-6b
8.G-7h P-6d
9.P-4f S-6c
10.S-4g K-4b
11.K-6h G-5b
12.G-5h P-7d
13.K-7i K-3a
14.P-3f P-1d
15.P-1f S-5d
16.S-5f P-6e
17.N-3g R-6b
18.G-4g P-4d
19.P-4e B*8b
(diagram 1)

YAMASAKI moved up his left Gold with 2...G-3b and he seemed to want an Ittezon Kakukawari game . GOUDA simply advanced the 2nd file Pawn without moving up the left Gold to 7h . YAMASAKI exchanged the Bishops with 3...Bx8h+ and the opening became a line of Ittezon Kakukawari .

After some moves , both GOUDA and YAMASAKI made Koshikakegin form with 15...S-5d & 16.S-5f . YAMASAKI pushed the 6th file Pawn with 16...P-6e , and turned the Rook to 6b . GOUDA started attacking with 17.P-4e , and replying it YAMASAKI dropped a Bishop with 17...B*8b threatening GOUDA's Rook to weaken the attack .

(diagram 2)

20.Px4d Sx4d
21.P-2d Px2d
22.Rx2d P*2c
23.R-2f P-9e
24.Px9e P-7e
25.B*7d Px7f
26.Sx7f G-6c
27.Bx8c+ G-7c
28.+Bx8b Rx8b
29.P*4e P*4f
30.G-4h S-3c
31.R-2i G-6d
32.B*8f G-6c
33.P-3e P-2d
34.P*2e P*8h
35.Kx8h Px2e
36.B-7g P*7e
37.Sx7e Px3e
38.P*7f N-7c
(diagram 2)

GOUDA captured the 4d-Pawn with 20.Px4d , and YAMASAKI captured the Pawn with 20...Sx4d . But by the move 20...Sx4d , the 2nd file of YAMASAKI's camp became unprotected , and GOUDA exchanged the 2nd file Pawns .

After the 2nd file Pawn exchange , GOUDA's Rook backed to 2f escaping from YAMASAKI's Bishop line . YAMASAKI attacked with sacrificing the 9th and 7th file Pawns . GOUDA didn't captured the 7e-Pawn , but dropped a Bishop with 25.B*7d aiming at the 8c-Pawn .

After capturing the 7f-Pawn , YAMASAKI moved up his right Gold with 26...G-6c to give a pressure against GOUDA's Bishop . GOUDA made his Bishop promoted , but replying YAMASAKI's 27...G-7c , GOUDA immediately exchanged it with YAMASAKI's 8b-Bishop .

GOUDA dropped a Pawn with 29.P*4e forcing to back the 4d-Silver . Before backing the Silver , YAMASAKI also dropped a Pawn with 29...P*4f . GOUDA couldn't capture the Pawn , because if he captured the Pawn with 30.Gx4f , the move made a lack to be dropped a Bishop on 4h . Then GOUDA backed the 4f-Gold with 30.G-4h and YAMASAKI also backed the 4d-Silver with 30...S-3c . After some moves , both players tried to attack each other's camp .

(diagram 3)

39.S-8f P-4g+
40.Gx4g P-6f
41.Bx6f S-6e
42.P*3d P*7g
43.Bx7g S-2b
44.B-5e B*3h
45.R-2h Bx4g+
46.Sx4g Sx7f
47.P*7g P*8e
48.S-9g S-6e
49.Nx2e S-5d
50.P*2c Gx2c
51.P*2d Gx3d
52.P*3b Kx3b
53.P-2c+ Kx2c
54.N-3c+ resigns
(diagram 3)

After 107 moves , GOUDA won the game .

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