Sep 6, 2010

Unorthodow Ai Ibisha game

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 NAGASAWA (amateur) and ABE Kenjirou started 2:00 P.M. (JST) , 3 July 2010 .

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

Sente : NAGASAWA Tadahiro (amateur)
Gote : ABE Kenjirou (4 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-2f P-3d
2.P-2e B-3c
3.P-7f S-2b
4.S-4h G-3b
5.P-3f P-8d
6.S-3g P-8e
7.S-4f P-8f
8.Px8f Rx8f
9.G-7h R-8b
10.P*8g Bx8h+
11.Sx8h S-3c
12.P-3e Px3e
13.Sx3e P*3d
14.S-4f S-7b
15.K-6h P-6d
16.K-7i S-6c
17.P-8f S-5d
18.S-8g P-4d
19.P-9f P-9d
20.G-5h G-5b
21.P-1f P-1d
22.G5h-6h K-4b
23.K-8h K-3a
24.L-9h P-6e
25.K-9i P-7d
26.G-8h K-2b
27.S-3g R-6b
28.G6h-7h P-6f
(diagram 1)

NAGASAWA quickly advanced his Rook Pawn onto 2e forcing ABE to move up the Bishop with 2...B-3c . And the opening of this game seemed to be a variation of Kakugawari .

NAGASAWA immediately advanced the right Silver onto 4f making Hayakuri Gin attacking formation , without exchanging the Bishops . Then ABE exchanged the 8th file Pawns and Bishops .

NAGASAWA exchanged the 3rd file Pawns and ABE made Koshikakegin form . NAGASAWA made Ginkanmuri and developed it to Gikanmuri Anaguma .

ABE pushed the 6th file Pawn to exchange the Pawns .

(diagram 2)

29.Px6f Rx6f
30.P-1e Px1e
31.P*1c Lx1c
32.B*4f R-6i+
33.R-6h +Rx2i
34.R-6a+ S-4c
35.+Rx8a +Rx1i
36.+Rx9a +R-6i
37.P-5f P*8e
38.Px8e P*8f
39.Sx8f P-4e
40.B-5e N*6f
41.Bx6f +Rx6f
42.P*1d Lx1d
43.N*2f B*7c
44.Nx1d K-1b
45.+R-4a G5b-4b
46.P*1c Kx1c
47.+Rx4b Sx4b
48.N*5e R*3i
49.S-2h R-4i+
(diagram 2)

Replying ABE's 6th file Pawn exchange , NAGASAWA attacked the 1st file . After taking minor pieces , ABE dropped some Pawns in the 8th file to attack NAGASAWA's Kakoi .

NAGASAWA sacrificed his Rook with 47.+Rx4b and tried to continue attacking ABE's King .

(diagram 3)

50.L*2b P*8g
51.G7hx8g +R6f-6i
52.L*7i B*5g
53.G-7h +Rx7i
54.G*8h Bx5e
55.Px5e N*6f
56.Gx7i Bx7i+
57.B*6g +R-6i
58.R*7g G*6h
59.Rx7i +Rx7i
60.B*5g L*3e
61.Lx2a+ R*5i
62.B-4h R-6i+
63.Bx4e N-7h+
64.N-2b+ +Rx8i
(diagram 3)

After 128 moves , ABE won the game .

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