Aug 22, 2010

Gote Gokigen Nakabisha vs Sente Chosoku San-Nana Gin

Shogi Game record : JT Shogi Nihon series 2010


A shogi game of JT cup between MARUYAMA and YAMASAKI started , 26 June 2010 at Okayama ken Sougou ground ; Momotarou arena , Okayama city , Okayama .


You can see the original game record on the Net .
http://www.jti.co.jp/knowledge/shogi/professional/2010/1-2kyoku/index.html
(Text and diagram version , written in Japanese language)


Sente : MARUYAMA Tadahisa (9 dan)
Gote : YAMASAKI Takayuki (7 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-2f P-5d
3.P-2e R-5b
4.K-6h P-5e
5.S-4h B-3c
6.P-3f S-4b
7.S-3g P-4d
8.K-7h K-6b
9.P-3e Px3e
10.S-4f P-3f
11.R-2f S-4c
12.S-6h K-7b
13.Rx3f P-5f
14.S-5e Px5g+
15.Sx5g S-6b
16.G4i-5h L-1b
17.P*5d P*5c
18.P-2d Px2d
19.P*3d
(diagram 1)

Until 3...R-5b , YAMASAKI selected Gokigen Nakabisha and made Gosuji Kuraidori Nakbisha form with 4...P-5e . MARUYAMA advanced his right Silver with 7.S-3g making a Chosoku San-Nana Gin senpou form .

Replying MARUYAMA's 7.S-3g , YAMASAKI pushed the 4th file Pawn with 7...P-4d to defend the Bishop head . After the King's move with 8.K-7h , MARUYAMA sacrificed the 3rd file Pawn with 9.P-3e and advanced the right Silver with 10.S-4f .

MARUYAMA advanced his right Silver onto 5e and YAMASAKI advanced his right Silver with 15...S-6b to join the battle in the 5th file . MARUYAMA sacrificed the 2nd file Pawn with 18.P-2d and dropped a Pawn with 19.P*3d to attack YAMASAKI's Bishop .

(diagram 2)

19...B-1a
20.Px5c+ Sx5c
21.S5e-4f G-3b
22.S-3e S5c-5d
23.N-3g P*5e
24.S3e-4f G-2c
25.S-6f Gx3d
26.P*3e G-3c
27.S4fx5e Sx5e
28.Sx5e S*2h
29.P*5c Rx5c
30.S*4b R-5b
31.Sx3c+ Bx3c
32.P-3d B-1a
33.G*2c P*5g
34.G5h-6h S-5d
35.Sx5d Rx5d
36.Gx1b Sx3g+
37.Rx3g N*5f
(diagram 2)

YAMASAKI let his Bishop back with 19...B-1a escaping from the 3d-Pawn attack . MARUYAMA backed his 5e-Silver with 21.S5e-4f and advanced it with 22.S-3e aiming at the 2d-Pawn .

YAMASAKI advanced his right Silver with 22...S5c-4d and dropped a Pawn with 23...P*5e to block MARUYAMA's Bishop line . MARUYAMA backed his 3e-Silver again with 24.S3e-4f and advanced the 5g-Silver with 25.S-6f aiming at the 5e-Pawn .

After exchanging Silvers , YAMASAKI dropped his one with 28...S*2h to attack MARUYAMA's attacking pieces . MARUYAMA sacrificed a Pawn with 29.P*5c and dropped a Silver with S*4b forking the 5c-Rook and the 3c-Gold .

While MARUYAMA attacked YAMASAKI's Bishop with 36.Gx1b , YAMASAKI started attacking MARUYAMA's Kakoi with 37...N*5f

(diagram 3)

38.L*5e Rx5e
39.Bx5e L*5b
40.Gx1a Nx6h+
41.Gx6h Lx5e
42.B*4c S*5b
43.Bx5b+ Gx5b
44.R*1b S*4b
45.R-3e P-5h+
46.Rx5e +Px6h
47.Kx6h P*5d
48.S*6a Kx6a
49.P*5c Px5e
50.Px5b+ Kx5b
51.L*5d K-4c
52.S*5b Kx3d
53.resigns
(diagram 3)

After 104 moves , YAMASAKI won the game .

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