Mar 3, 2010

Gote Gokigen Nakabisha vs Sente Ibisha Anaguma

Shogi Game record : The 18th Ginga sen : E-block

A shogi game of the Ginga sen E-block between NAKAGAWA Keigo (amateur) and TOH'YAMA was broadcasted 10 December 2009 .


Sente : NAKAGAWA Keigo (amateur)
Gote : TOH'YAMA Yuusuke (4 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-2f P-3d
2.P-2e B-3c
3.P-7f S-4b
4.K-6h P-5d
5.S-4h P-5e
6.K-7h R-5b
7.G4i-5h K-6b
8.B-7g K-7b
9.K-8h K-8b
10.P-6f P-9d
11.G-7h P-9e
12.G5h-6g L-9b
13.P-3f K-9a
14.S-5i S-8b
15.S5i-6h P-7d
16.L-9h S-5c
17.K-9i S-6d
18.N-3g G-7a
19.S-8h P-7e
(diagram 1)

NAKAGAWA quickly advanced the 2nd file Pawn to 2e , forcing TOH'YAMA to move up his Bishop with 2...B-3c . TOH'YAMA advanced the 5th file Pawn and the opening transposed to a variation of Gote Gokigen Nakabisha .

TOH'YAMA completed Anaguma gakoi and NAKAGAWA also made Ibisha Anaguma . TOH'YAMA pushed the 7th file Pawn with 19...P-7e aiming at the head of the 7g-Bishop .

(diagram 2)

20.B-8f B-1e
21.R-2g B-4b
22.P-2d Px2d
23.P-6e Sx6e
24.Px7e P-8d
25.P-7d P*7e
26.P-7c+ Sx7c
27.S6h-7i P-8e
28.B-6h B-5a
29.P-5f Px5f
30.Bx2d B-6b
31.B-4f P*2f
32.R-2i G-8b
33.N-4e B-4d
34.P*6f S6e-7d
35.R-5i P-6d
36.P*5c R-6b
37.Rx5f P*5a
38.P-5b+ Px5b
39.P*5d R-6c
40.B-5e Bx5e
41.Rx5e B*4d
42.R-5i P-6e
43.Px6e P*6f
44.G6g-6h P-8f
45.Px8f Rx6e
46.B*5f P*8g
47.Gx8g R-5e
48.P-5c+ Px5c
49.P*5g S-6e
50.B-7h G-5b
51.P*7g G-6b
52.R-2i G6b-7b
53.P-4f R-5d
54.P*2b N-3c
55.P-2a+ Nx4e
56.Bx4e N*7d
57.N*7h B-5e
58.+Px1a Bx4f
59.Bx5d Sx5d
60.R*6a B-3g+
61.P-7f Px7f
62.Gx7f P*7e
63.Gx7e B*4g
64.R-4i B-3h+
65.R-6i +Bx3f
66.R-5i +B-4h
67.R-2i +B3f-4g
68.P*4i +B-5i
69.R-2h P*8g
(diagram 2)

NAKAGAWA moved up the Bishop with 20.B-8f without capturing the 7e-Pawn . TOH'YAMA advanced his Bishop with 20...B-1e attacking the 3g-Knight and NAKAGAWA protected the Knight by 21.R-2g .

TOH'YAMA backed his Bishop with 21...B-4b . After sacrificed the 2nd and 6th file Pawns , NAKAGAWA captured the 7e-Pawn with 24.Px7e . TOH'YAMA pushed the 8th file Pawn with 24...P-8d threatening the 8f-Bishop's head .

NAKAGAWA pushed the 7th file Pawn to open the 8f-Bishop's line and TOH'YAMA dropped a Pawn with 25...P-7e to decline the Bishop exchange . After sacrificing the 7th file Pawn , NAKAGAWA backed the 6h-Silver with 27...S6h-7i to open the 8f-Bishop's back route .

TOH'YAMA advanced the 8th file Pawn with 27...P-8e attacking the 8f-Bishop , and NAKAGAWA backed the Bishop with 28.B-6h .

After some moves , TOH'YAMA succeeded to make 2 promoted Bishops and attacked NAKAGAWA's Rook and Ibiaha Anaguma .

(diagram 3)

70.Sx8g +B4g-3g
71.R-5h +Bx5h
72.Gx5h R*6i
73.S-8h +B-3f
74.B*7f P*7g
75.Sx7g Rx4i+
76.G-6h +Rx1i
77.Gx7d Sx7d
78.Nx6f S5d-6e
79.Nx7d Sx7d
80.N*8d N*7e
81.S*8h S-8c
82.Nx9b+ Sx9b
83.L*9d L*9c
84.Lx9c+ Sx9c
85.G-7h L*7c
86.P*7d Lx7d
87.P*7i Nx8g=
88.Bx8g S*6i
89.N*8e Sx7h=
90.Px7h Lx7g+
91.Px7g N*7e
92.S*7f Nx8g=
93.S7fx8g S*7i
94.Sx7i +Rx7i
95.S*8h +Rx8h
96.Kx8h S*7i
97.resigns
(diagram 3)

After 192 moves , TOH'YAMA won the game .

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