Dec 26, 2009

Ai Furibisha ; Sente Nakabisha vs Gote Mukai Bisha

Shogi Game record : The 18th Ginga sen ; F-block

A shogi game of the Ginga sen F-block between KURYU Naoki (amateur) and KANKI was broadcasted 17 October 2009 .

Sente ; KURYU Naoki (amateur)
Gote : KANKI Hiromitsu (6 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-5f P-3d
2.R-5h S-4b
3.P-7f P-4d
4.K-4h S-4c
5.S-6h B-3c
6.S-5g R-2b
7.S-3h S-6b
8.K-3i G-7b
9.P-8f K-6a
10.P-8e P-7d
11.P-7e Px7e
(diagram 1)

KURYU turned his Rook with 2.R-5h making a Nakabisha formation . After moved up the left Silver and the Bishop , KANKI also turned his Rook with 6...R-2b making a Mukai Bisha formation .

KURYU made Kata mino gakoi and advanced the 8th file Pawn with 10.P-8e . KANKI seemed to start making Yagura gakoi with 10...P-7d . KURYU sacrificed the 7th file Pawn with 11.P-7e and advanced the left Silver with 12.S-6f to attack KANKI's camp .

(diagram 2)

13.R-7h S-6d
14.Sx7e Sx7e
15.Rx7e P*7c
16.G6i-5h S*8f
17.R-7i B-2d
18.P-4f Bx4f
19.R-7f S-8g=
20.B-7i Bx7i+
21.Rx7i S-8h=
22.R-5i Sx9i=
23.B*6f B*8g
24.Bx9i N-3c
25.B-6f P-2d
26.P-8d Px8d
27.N-7g B-7f+
28.S*5e G-5b
29.R-8i R-4b
30.K-2h L*8f
31.R-5i L-8g+
32.G-6h P-5d
33.S*6e +Lx7g
34.Sx7f +Lx6h
35.R-8i Px5e
36.P*7d Px7d
37.S-6e P-2e
38.Sx7d P*7c
39.Rx8d P*8b
40.P*8c G*9b
41.Px8b+ G9bx8b
42.B-7e P*8c
43.Bx4b+ Gx4b
44.R*2a S*4a
45.R-8h Px7d
46.B*3a K-6b
47.Rx6h P-2f
48.Px2f N*3e
49.L*3f P*2g
(diagram 2)

KURYU turned the Rook with 13.R-7h and exchanged the 2 Panws and 2 Silvers . KANKI dropped a Silver with 16...S*8f attacking the 7e-Rook . The Rook escaped with 17.R-7i and KANKI moved up his Bishop with 17...B-2d attacking the Rook again .

KURYU floated the Rook with 19.R-7f attacking the 8f-Silver . KANKI advanced the 8f-Silver with 19...S-8g= forking the 8f-Rook and the 8h-Bishop . KURYU backed the 8h-Rook facing the Bishops and replying the Bishop exchange , he succeeded to escape the attacked 7e-Rook with 21.Rx7i . KANKI advanced the 8g-Silver with 21...S-8h= attacking the 7i-Rook forcing to escape .

KURYU dropped a Bishop with 23.B*6f and captured KANKI's 9i-Silver . And using this Bishop , KURYU aimed at the 4th file . KANKI made a promoted Bishop and disturbed the KURYU's attack .

KANKI sacrificed the promoted Bishop but got a Knight , a Gold and a Silver . KURYU turned his Rook with 35.R-8i and attacked KANKI's camp . KANKI dropped a Gold with 40...G*9b to defend his camp . KURYU exchanged his Bishop and KANKI's 4b-Rook with 43.Bx4b+ and dropped the Rook with 44.R*2a to continue attacking .

KANKI also started attacking KURYU's Kakoi with 47...P-2f .

(diagram 3)

50.K-1h B*4f
51.R-7h B-5g+
52.Lx3e +Bx6g
53.R-4h K-7c
54.Kx2g P*2e
55.Px2e Px5f
56.Rx1a+ P-5g+
57.R-4f Px3e
58.L*6i +B-3d
59.P*7e Px7e
60.P*7d Kx7d
61.Bx4b+ Sx4b
62.G*6e K-8d
63.P*8e Kx8e
64.N*7g K-8d
65.R-8f K-7c
66.+R-6a P*2f
67.Rx2f P-8d
68.P*6d S-5b
69.Px6c+ Sx6c
70.G-6d K-8c
71.+Rx6c Gx6c
72.Gx6c S*1e
73.R-8f L*2f
(diagram 3)

After 146 moves , KANKI won the game .

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