Aug 1, 2010

Gote Nakabisha ; unorthodox game

Shogi Game record : The 4th Saikyou sen


A shogi game of the Daiwa shouken cup ; Saikyou sen between TANIGAWA and YAMASAKI started 8:00 P.M. (JST) , 30 May 2010 on the Net .


Sente : TANIGAWA Kouji (9 dan)
Gote : YAMASAKI Takayuki (7 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-2f G-3b
3.G-7h P-9d
4.P-2e B-3c
5.S-4h P-9e
6.K-6i S-4b
7.P-5f P-4d
8.S-6h S-4c
9.S-7g R-5b
10.B-7i K-6b
11.P-2d Px2d
12.Bx2d Bx2d
13.Rx2d R-5a
14.R-2h N-3c
15.P*2c R-2a
16.B*6e B*5d
17.Bx8c+ P*2g
(diagram 1)

Until 4...B-3c , YAMASAKI seemed to select SAKATA ryu Mukai Bisha , but TANIGAWA didn't exchange the Bishops . Then YAMASAKI developed his camp to Nakabisha formation until 9...R-5b .

TANIGAWA exchanged the Bishops and Pawns in the 2nd file . YAMASAKI prepared a counter-attack in the 2nd file .

TANIGAWA dropped a Bishop with 16.B*6e aiming at the line ;Bx4c+ ...Gx4c ;S*3b (forking the 4c-Gold and 2a-Rook ) . YAMASAKI also dropped a Bishop with 16...B*5d to prevent the line shown above .

TANIGAWA made his Bishop promoted with 17.Bx8c+ and YAMASAKI dropped a Pawn with 17...P*2g to attack the 2h-Rook .

(diagram 2)

18.R-3h Rx2c
19.S-3i P-2h+
20.Rx2h B-2g+
21.Rx2g Rx2g+
22.P*2h +R-2e
23.+B-8d P-1d
24.+B-5g P-1e
25.B*3f +R-2c
26.P-4f P-3e
27.B-4g S-7b
28.P-5e +R-2f
29.K-7i P-4e
30.Px4e P-1f
31.Px1f Nx4e
32.+B-6h P*4f
33.B-5f S-4d
34.S-6f G-4b
35.K-8h P-3f
36.Px3f +Rx3f
37.S-4h P*1h
38.Lx1h K-7a
39.P*4g R*1i
40.Px4f Rx1h+
41.S-4g +R-2e
42.Px4e Sx4e
43.N*8c
(diagram 2)

After some moves , YAMASAKI succeeded to make his Rook promoted with 21...Rx2g+ and made Kata mino gakoi .

TANIGAWA developed his camp , and YAMASAKI started attacking with 29...P-4e . YAMASAKI made one more promoted Rook and TANIGAWA dropped a Knight with 43.N*8c to attack YAMASAKI's camp .

(diagram 3)

43...K-8b
44.Bx4e +Rx4e
45.Nx9a+ +Rx4g
46.L*4h +R-3f
47.+Nx8a Sx8a
48.Lx4b+ +Rx2i
49.S*8d +Rx4i
50.G*8c K-7a
51.Sx7c+ P*7b
52.N*9c Px7c
53.Nx8a+ K-6b
54.P*4c +R3f-3h
55.+N-8b S*7i
56.K-7g Sx6h=
57.K-8f P*8e
58.Kx9e L*9a
59.+Nx9a N*7a
60.L*8d +R-3d
61.resigns
(diagram 3)

After 120 moves YAMASAKI won the game .

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