Aug 28, 2010

Ai Furibisha ; Sente Mukai Bisha + Yagura gakoi vs Gote Sanken Bisha + Hon mino gakoi

Shogi Game record : The 4th Asahi cup Shogi open ; 1st pre-round

A shogi game of the Asahi cup Shogi open 1st pre-roudn between SHIMIZUKAMI (amateur) and TANAKA Yuuichi started 10:00 A.M. (JST) , 3 July 2010

You can see the original game record on the Net .
(Flash version , written in Japanese language)

Sente : SHIMIZUKAMI Tohru (amateur)
Gote : TANAKA Yuuichi (4 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-9f P-9d
3.P-6f R-3b
4.B-7g P-3e
5.S-7h K-6b
6.S-6g S-7b
7.R-8h K-7a
8.S-3h G4a-5b
9.G6i-5h S-4b
10.P-8f P-3f
11.Px3f Rx3f
12.P-8e R-3d
13.P-4f P-4d
14.G-4g S-4c
15.S-3g S-5d
16.S-5f P-6d
17.K-4h P-4e
18.Px4e P-6e
19.Px6e Bx7g+
(diagram 1)

SHIMIZUKAMI closed his Bishop line with 3.P-6f and TANAKA ranged his Rook with 3...R-3b making Sanken Bisha form . After moving up the Bishop and the left Silver , SHIMIZUKAMI also ranged his Rook with 7.R-8h making Mukai Bisha from . Then the opening of this became Ai Furibisha .

Both players made Hon mino gakoi . Replying TANAKA's 3rd file Pawn exchange , SHIMIZUKAMI started developing his Kakoi to Yagura gakoi . Before SHIMIZUKAMI completed developing the Kakoi , TANAKA started attacking .

(diagram 2)

20.Nx7g B*2b
21.B*5i S-5e
22.Sx5e Bx5e
23.S*4d Bx3g+
24.Nx3g S*2h
25.P*3h P*6f
26.G-5h Sx1i=
27.P-6d S*6g
28.N-6e S-2h+
29.P-8d L*8e
30.Rx8e Rx4d
31.L*6i Px8d
32.Rx8d P*8c
33.R-8h R-2d
34.B*1f S*7h
35.Lx6g Px6g+
(diagram 2)

After exchanging the Bishops , TANAKA dropped his one with 20...B*2b attacking the 7g-Knight and SHIMIZUKAMI also dropped a Bishop with 21.B*5i to defend the Knight .

TANAKA exchanged Silvers in the 5th file by his Bishop and sacrificed the Bishop with 23...Bx3g+ to continue attacking . SHIMIZUKAMI tried to defend and counter-attack , but TANAKA's attack seemed difficult to stop .

(diagram 3)

36.P*8d Px8d
37.P*8b Kx8b
38.P*8c Kx8c
39.S*7e +Px5h
40.Kx5h G*8g
41.B-7g Gx8h
42.Bx1a+ R*8i
43.P-5f L*3c
44.L*8f P*4f
45.G-4h R-6i+
46.K-5g +Rx6e
47.Sx8d K-8b
48.+Bx2a N*5d
49.G-5h P*8c
(diagram 3)

After 98 moves , TANAKA won the game .

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