Mar 8, 2010

Sente Gosuji Kuraidori Nakabisha Anaguma vs Gote Ibisha Anaguma

Shogi Game record : The 3rd Mynavi Joshi open

A Shogi game of the Mynavi Joshi open between KAI and NAGASAWA started 16 December 2009 .

You can see the original game record on the Net .
http://mynavi-open.jp/091216/091216_nagasawa-kai_f.html
(Flash version , written in Japanese language)
http://mynavi-open.jp/091216/091216_nagasawa-kai.html
(Java varsion , written in Japanese language)


Sente : KAI Tomomi (Jo-ryu 2 dan)
Gote : NAGASAWA Chikako (Jo-ryu 4 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-5f P-8d
2.P-7f P-8e
3.B-7g S-6b
4.P-5e K-4b
5.R-5h P-3d
6.K-4h K-3b
7.K-3h G6a-5b
8.S-6h P-4d
9.K-2h G-4c
10.S-5g B-3c
11.L-1h K-2b
12.K-1i L-1b
13.S-2h K-1a
14.G6i-5i S-2b
15.G5i-4h G-3b
16.P-4f S-5a
17.P-3f S-4b
18.S-5f B-2d
19.G-3g P-9d
20.G4i-3h P-7d
21.P-9f P-6d
22.P-1f P-1d
23.B-5i S4b-3a
(diagram 1)

KAI pushed the 5th file Pawn with 1.P-5f to select Nakabisha , her favorite opening in this game . NAGASAWA pushed the 8th file Pawn to show that she select Ibisha in this game .

NAGASAWA didn't push the 5th file Pawn with ...P-5d and allowed KAI to make Gosuji Kuraidori Nakabisha form . KAI made Anaguma gakoi . NAGASAWA also made Ibisha Anaguma and developed it to MATSUO ryu Anaguma .

(diagram 2)

24.R-7h R-7b
25.B-4h R-8b
26.R-8h B-5a
27.P-6f B-2d
28.N-7g N-7c
29.P-2f R-8a
30.R-8i R-5a
31.P-6e R-6a
32.B-8d B-5a
33.P-4e Nx6e
34.Bx5a+ Rx5a
35.Nx6e B*7h
36.R-5i Px6e
37.P-5d Px5d
38.Px4d Gx4d
39.B*6b R-4a
40.P*5c Bx5f+
41.Rx5f G-5e
42.P-5b+ R-4i+
43.Rx5e Px5e
44.G*3i +Rx9i
(diagram 2)

KAI slid her Rook with 24.R-7h aiming the 7th file Pawn exchange . NAGASAWA also slid her Rook with 24...R-7b to prevent the Pawn exchange . KAI moved up her Bishop with 25.B-4h , and NAGASAWA slid her Rook again with 25...R-8b to threaten the 8th file . KAI also slid her Rook again with 26.R-8h to defend the 8th file .

After some moves , KAI advanced her Bishop with 32.B-8d attacking the 7c-Knight . NAGASAWA backed her Bishop with 32...B-5a to protect the Knight . Replying KAI's 33.P-4e , NAGASAWA jumped her right Knight with 33...N-6e facing the both Bishops .

After the Bishop exchange , NAGASAWA dropped a Bishop with 35...B*7h forking the 8i-Rook and the 5f-Silver . KAI swung her Rook with 36.R-5i to protect both pieces .

KAI also dropped her Bishop with 39.B*6b forking the 5a-Rook and the 4d-Gold . NAGASAWA's Rook escaped with 39...R-4a defending the 4d-Gold . KAI dropped a Pawn with 40.P*5c aiming to make a promoted Pawn . NAGASAWA sacrificed her Bishop with 40...Bx5f+ and succeeded to make a promoted Rook with 42...R-4i+ .

KAI sacrificed her Rook with 43.Rx5e and dropped a Gold with 44.G*3i strengthen her Kakoi before attacking NAGASAWA's Ibisha Anaguma .

(diagram 3)

45.B*5d P*4c
46.B-5c+ L*4d
47.Bx4c+ Gx4c
48.+Bx4c L-4i+
49.N*4d +Lx3i
50.Sx3i R*4i
51.+P-4a B*5a
52.+Px3a Sx3a
53.S*3b resigns
(diagram 3)





After 105 moves , KAI won the game .

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