Apr 4, 2010

Aigakari Hiki Hisha Bougin

Shogi Game record : The 59th NHK cup TV Shogi tournament


A shogi game of the NHK cup TV Shogi tournament between YAMASAKI and GOUDA was broadcasted 10 January 2010 .


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

(diagram 1)

1.P-2f P-8d
2.P-2e P-8e
3.G-7h G-3b
4.P-2d Px2d
5.Rx2d P*2c
6.R-2h P-8f
7.Px8f Rx8f
8.P*8g R-8d
9.S-3h P-3d
10.S-2g P-9d
11.P-9f P-7d
12.P-7f S-6b
13.S-3f Bx8h+
14.Sx8h N-3c
15.P-1f S-2b
16.P-1e K-4b
17.P-4f G-5b
18.K-6h P-6d
19.S-4g P-2d
20.Rx2d P*2e
(diagram 1)

YAMASAKI selected Aigakari as the opening of this game . After the Rook Pawn exchange in the 2nd file , YAMASAKI backed his Rook with 6.R-2h and advanced his right Silver onto 3f making Hiki Hisha Bougin form .

GOUDA also exchanged his Rook Pawn in the 8th file . After the Bishop exchange , GOUDA jumped his left Knight to prevent ;S-2e . After some moves , GOUDA pushed the 2nd file Pawn with 19...P-2d to make Ginkanmuri . But YAMASAKI captured the Pawn with 20.Rx2d . GOUDA dropped a Pawn with 20...P*2e trying to catch YAMASAKI's Rook .

(diagram 2)

21.Rx3d P-7e
22.Px7e S-2c
23.R-3f B*2g
24.B*3h Bx3f+
25.Px3f P-2f
26.P-3e P-6e
27.S-3f P-1d
28.Px1d Lx1d
29.P*1e Lx1e
30.Lx1e P*3g
31.Nx3g R*1g
32.G-4h P-2g+
33.Sx2g Rx1e+
34.B-5f P*2f
35.S-3h +Rx3e
36.P*3f +R-1e
(diagram 2)

YAMASAKI captured a Pawn with 21.Rx3d . After sacrificed a Pawn with 21...P-7e , GOUDA moved up his left Silver with 22...S-2c driving away the Rook and dropped a Bishop with 23...B*2g forking the 3f-Rook and 4i-Gold .

YAMASAKI also dropped a Bishop with 24.B*3h to defend the 4i-Gold and GOUDA captured YAMASAKI's Rook with 24...Bx3f+ .

GOUDA advanced the 6th file Pawn with 26...P-6e and started attacking the 1st file with 27...P-1d . Until 36...+R-1e , GOUDA seemed to get an advantage .

(diagram 3)

37.P-3e +Rx3e
38.P*3d Sx3d
39.P*3f +R-2d
40.L*3e Sx3e
41.Px3e P-2g+
42.P-3d Rx3d
43.Sx2g P*3f
44.P*2e +R-3e
45.S-2f +Rx4f
46.G-4g +Rx5f
47.Gx5f Px3g+
48.R*1a P*3a
49.S*3e Rx3e
50.Sx3e N*7f
51.K-7i B*5i
52.B*7g S*6h
53.Bx6h Nx6h+
54.Gx6h L*7f
55.N-7g L*7a
56.N*2d G-2b
57.P*3d Lx7e
58.Px3c+ Gx3c
59.R*1b resigns
(diagram 3)

After 117 moves , YAMASAKI won the game .

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