Sep 8, 2010

Gote Shiken Bisha vs Sente Migi Shiken Bisha ->Chikatetsu Bisha

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


A shogi game of the Asahi cup Shogi open 1st pre-round between KANADOU (amateur) and NISHIKAWA Kazzuhiro started 2:00 P.M. (JST) , 3 July 2010


You can see the original game record on the Net .
http://live.shogi.or.jp/asahi/archives/4/kifu/20100703asahi_22.html?TB_iframe=true&width=600&height=570
(Flash version , written in Japanese language)


Sente : KANADOU Akihisa (amateur)
Gote : NISHIKAWA Kazuhiro (4 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-9f P-9d
3.S-4h P-4d
4.P-4f R-4b
5.S-4g K-6b
6.S-5f K-7b
7.P-6f S-3b
8.P-6e K-8b
9.R-4h S-7b
10.K-6h S-4c
11.K-7h G4a-5b
12.S-6h B-3c
13.S6h-6g P-2d
14.G-6h P-2e
15.G-3h R-2b
16.R-4i P-2f
17.Px2f Rx2f
18.P*2g R-2b
19.B-6f S-5d
20.N-7g R-4b
21.P-3f R-2b
22.L-9h P*2f
23.Px2f Rx2f
24.R-9i P-6d
(diagram 1)

NISHIKAWA closed his Bishop line with 3...P-4d to make a Furibisha formation . KANADOU pushed the 4th file Pawn with 4.P-4f to make Migi Shiken Bisha attacking form .

KANADOU quickly advanced the 6th file Pawn with 8.P-6e to get a Kurain in this file . NISHIKAWA made Hon mino gakoi and KANADOU also made his Kakoi .

KANADOU ranged his Rook with 24.R-9i to attack the 9th file and NISHIKAWA pushed the 6th file Pawn to attack

(diagram 2)

25.Px6d Rx3f
26.G-3g R-3e
27.P*3f R-2e
28.P*2f P*6e
29.B-7e R-2b
30.Nx6e P-4e
31.B-6f Bx6f
32.Sx6f B*3c
33.B*7g P*2h
34.Px4e Px2i+
35.Rx2i R-4b
36.G-4f B-2d
37.P-3e Px3e
38.R-3i B-3c
39.P*3d B-2b
40.P-7e P*6c
41.Px6c+ S7bx6c
42.S6f-5e N*8e
43.B-9i P*6d
(diagram 2)

After sacrificed the 6th file Pawn , NISHIKAWA took the 3f-Pawn by his Rook . And using this Pawn , NISHIKAWA attacked the 6f-Bishop with 28...P*6e .

After the Bishop exchange , NISHIKAWA continue attacking KANADOU's attacking pieces for a while , and KANADOU couldn't attacked NISHIKAWA's camp well .

(diagram 3)

44.Nx7c+ Nx7c
45.P-8f Sx5e
46.Sx5e S*7g
47.Gx7g Nx7g+
48.Bx7g N-6e
49.N*7d Sx7d
50.Px7d Nx7g+
51.Kx7g G6a-6b
52.N*4d N*6e
53.K-6f G5b-6c
54.S*6h N*5d
55.K-7f Bx4d
56.S*8e Bx5e
57.Gx5e G*6f
58.K-8g N-7g+
59.Sx7g N*7e
60.resigns
(diagram 3)

After 118 moves , NISHIKAWA won the game .

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