Sep 20, 2010

Gote Gosuji Kurai dori Nakabisha

Shogi  Game  record  : The 4th Asahi cup Shogi open


A  shogi  game  of  the  Asahi  cup  Shogi  open  1st  pre-round  betweeen  NODA  and  SATOMI  started  10:00 A.M. 12 July  2010  .

You  can  see  the  original  game  record  on  the  Net  . 

http://live.shogi.or.jp/asahi/archives/4/kifu/20100712asahi_21.html?TB_iframe=true&width=600&height=570

(Flash  version  ,  written  in  Japanese  language)


Sente :
NODA  Keizou (6 dan)
Gote : SATOMI   Kana (Jo-ryu Meijin , Kurashiki Tohka)

(diagaram 1)


1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-2f P-5d
3.S-4h P-5e
4.K-6h R-5b
5.K-7h K-6b
6.S-6h K-7b
7.G4i-5h K-8b
8.P-2e B-3c
9.S-7g P-5f
10.Px5f Rx5f
11.P-6f R-5a
12.P-6e S-4b
13.S-6f S-5c
14.S4h-5g S-7b
15.G-6g S-5d
16.S-4f P-4d
17.P*5e P-4e
(diagram 1)

SATOMI  selected  Gokigen  Nakabisha  in  this  game  .  NODA  allowed  SATOMI  to  get  the  Kuari  of  the  5th  file  and  advanced  the  left  Silver  to  aim  at  the  Kurai  . 

SATOMI  exchanged  the  5th  file  Pawns  and  developed  her  camp  .  NODA  also  developed  his  camp  .  NODA  dropped  a  Pawn  with   17.P*5e  to  drive  away  SATOMI's  5d-Silver  ,  and  SATOMI  pushed  the  4th  file  Pawn  with  17...P-4e  attacking  NODA's  4f-Silver  without  defending  the  5d-Silver  . 

(diagram 2)


18.Px5d Px4f
19.Px4f Rx5d
20.P*5e R-5a
21.G-5f G-4b
22.G-5h P-1d
23.P-1f N-1c
24.P-3f R-2a
25.G-4e R-3a
26.P-9f G-4c
27.P-9e P*5c
28.P-3e Px3e
29.B-9g P-3f
30.G-4g B-4b
31.S*4d Gx4d
32.Gx4d S*5f
33.Gx5f P-3g+
34.R-6h R-3f
35.Gx5c B-3a
36.P*3b B-2b
37.S*6b +P-4g
38.Sx6a= Sx6a
39.G*6b
(diagram 2)

Both  player  captured  the  opponent's  Silver  and  NODA  slowly  developed  his  camp  . SATOMI  attacked  the   3rd  file  but  NODA  also  attacked  SATOMI's  Kakoi  . 

(diagram 3)

39...Sx6b
40.Gx6b G*7b
41.G*6a B-4d
42.Gx7b Kx7b
43.S*4e G*5h
44.Sx3f Gx6h
45.Kx6h R*2h
46.K-7g S*6h
47.K-8f Kx6a
48.R*4a P*5a
49.Rx4d+ S*7d
50.G*7e G*8d
51.B*3d P*4c
52.Bx4c+ K-7b
53.+Rx7d Gx9e
54.Kx9e P-9d
55.K-8e Px7d
56.S*6a K-8b
57.G*7b K-9b
58.Kx7d resigns

After  115  moves  ,  NODA  won  the  game  . 

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