Apr 13, 2010

Gote Gokigen Nakabisha ; Go-Hachi Kin kyusen declined ; Sente Ibisha Anaguma

Shogi Game record : The 3rd Mynavi Joshi open

A shogi game of the Mynavi Joshi open between UEDA and SAIDA started 14 January 2010 .

You can see the original game record on the Net .
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Sente : UEDA Hatsumi (Jo-ryu 2 dan)
Gote : SAIDA Haruko (Jo-ryu 4 dan)

(diagram 1)

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

SAIDA selected Gokigen Nakabisha as the opening of this game . UEDA selected Go-Hachi Kin kyusen line by 4.G4i-5h however SAIDA declined this kyusen line by 4...K-6b .

SAIDA completed Kata mino gakoi with 13...S-7b and floated her Rook with 14...R-5d . While UEDA was making Ibisha Anaguma , SAIDA started attacking UEDA's camp .

(diagram 2)

18.Px3f B-5e
19.N-3g Px5g+
20.Gx5g P*5f
21.G5g-6g Sx3f
22.P-4f B-3c
23.R-2f Sx3g=
24.Sx3g B-1e
25.R-3f N*5e
26.Gx5f N-4g+
27.P*5e R-8d
28.P*3h +Nx3g
29.Px3g S*4g
30.G-6e Sx3f=
31.Px3f P*5b
32.P-5d R*2i
33.S*7e B-4h+
34.Sx8d Px8d
35.P-4e +B-4g
36.P-5c+ Px5c
37.P*5d +B-5f
38.G-7i Rx1i+
39.Px5c+ L*7h
40.Gx7h +Bx7h
41.N*7d Px7d
42.B-4f S*7c
43.Bx1i N*7g
(diagram 2)

Replying UEDA's 18.Px3f , SAIDA advanced the Bishop with 18...B-5e aiming at the 2h-Rook . UEDA jumped her right Knight to block the Bishop power , however SAIDA continued attacking .

SAIDA once sacrificed her Silver with 23...Sx3g= to get a Knight and dropped the Knight with 25...N*5e to attack UEDA's camp . SAIDA succeeded to get back a Silver and dropped it with 29...S*4g forking the 3f-Rook and 5f-Gold .

UEDA dropped a Silver with 33.S*7e and got back a Rook with 34.Sx8d . SAIDA attacked UEDA's Ibisha Anaguma .

(diagram 3)

44.Sx7g G*7i
45.R*8h Gx8i
46.Rx8i +Bx8i
47.Kx8i R*5i
48.L*7i Rx1i+
49.+Px6c Sx6c
50.B*5e B*5f
51.G*7h +R-6i
52.N*6g N*5c
53.R*5g Nx6e
54.Px6e P*6f
55.Bx6f B-3h+
56.N*7e S-7b
57.R-5c+ G4a-5b
58.+R-5d Px7e
59.Bx1a+ N*8e
60.Nx7e P*7d
61.+B-5e Nx7g=
62.+Bx7g Px7e
63.N*7d Sx7d
64.+Rx7d +B-5f
65.S*6g +B-4f
66.+Rx7e S*8c
67.L*8f N*5e
68.P*5g Nx6g+
69.Gx6g +Bx4e
70.S*7h +R-4i
71.N*6d G5b-6b
72.Nx7b+ G6ax7b
73.P-6d +Bx3f
74.S*6c P*7d
75.+R-6f N*5d
76.+Rx3f P*6f
77.Gx6f G*6i
78.Sx6i +Rx6i
79.G*7h Nx6f
80.+Rx6f +Rx6f
81.+Bx6f R*6i
82.Sx7b+ Gx7b
83.G*6h Rx6h+
84.Gx6h S*5i
85.P-6c+ Sx6h+
86.+Px7b Sx7b
87.G*7h G*6i
88.B*4f N*7c
89.Lx8d P*8c
90.P-5f +Sx7h
91.Kx7h S*5h
92.Lx8c+ Sx8c
93.R*3b L*7b
94.R*6a Gx7i
95.Kx7i G*7h
(diagram 3)

After 190 moves , SAIDA won the game .

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