Oct 31, 2010

Gote Kakukoukan Furibisha vs Sente Funa gakoi

Shogi Game record : The 4th Mynavi Joshi open ; pre-round

A shogi game of the Mynavi Joshi open pre-round game between YAMADA Kumi and NAGASAWA Chikako started 1:00 P.M. (JST) , 17 July 2010 .

You can see the original game record on the Net .
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Sente : YAMADA Kumi (Jo-ryu 3 dan)
Gote : NAGASAWA Chikako (Jo-ryu 4 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-2f Bx8h+
3.Sx8h S-2b
4.S-7g S-3c
5.S-4h R-4b
6.K-6h K-6b
7.K-7h K-7b
8.P-3f R-2b
9.P-4f K-8b
10.S-4g S-7b
11.G4i-5h P-2d
12.N-3g S-4d
13.P-4e B*6d
14.R-2g S-5e
15.P-5f P-2e
(diagram 1)

NAGASAWA exchanged the Bishops with 2...Bx8h+ and after moving up her left Silver with 4...S-3c , she ranged the Rook with 5...R-4b making Shiken Bisha form .

After moving the King with 7...K-7b , NAGASAWA ranged her Rook again onto a Mukai Bisha position and YAMADA made Funa gakoi .

NAGASAWA moved up her left Silver with 12...S-4d to make an attacking form . YAMADA pushed the 4th file Pawn with 13.P-4e to drive away the 4d-Silver . However , NAGASAWA dropped a Bishop with 13...B*6d attacking the 3g-Knight before an escape of 4d-Silver .

YAMADA moved up her Rook with 14.R-2g to protect the 3g-Knight . NAGASAWA let her Silver escape with 14...S-5e and continued attacking .

(diagram 2)

16.Nx2e S-4f
17.S-3h P-3e
18.Px3e R-3b
19.B*2c Rx3e
20.P*3f Rx3f
21.P*3g R-3a
22.P-6f G4a-5b
23.P-4d Sx3g+
24.Sx3g Bx3g+
25.Rx3g Rx3g+
26.Px4c+ Gx4c
27.P-5e R*3h
28.B*6e S*4g
29.G5h-6h P-5d
30.S*4i R-3i+
31.P*4h Sx4h+
32.Sx4h +R3ix4h
33.Px5d P-6d
34.B6e-5f P*5e
35.B-6g P-6e
36.P*4i +R4h-4f
37.B-4a+ Px6f
38.B-2c+ S*6g
39.K-8h Sx6h=
40.Sx6h Gx5d
42.S*5h G-5f
43.+Bx2a +R-2h
44.+B-6e +R4f-3g
46.+B-5e G*6c
47.+Bx3g +Rx3g
48.N*7e G6c-6b
49.R*4a B*8e
50.R-4e+ Bx7f
51.G*7g B*5d
52.+R-4g +Rx4g
53.Sx4g P-5g+
54.R*8f +Px6h
55.Gx6h S*8e
56.Gx7f Bx7f
57.Rx7f Sx7f
58.B*5f P-6g+
59.Gx6g Sx6g=
60.Bx6g R*6h
61.S*7h Rx6g+
62.Sx6g G*6h
63.B*5f R*5i
64.K-7g R-7i+
65.K-6f G*6d
66.P*7f P*6e
67.K-5g G-5e
68.P*6c Gx6g
69.K-4h B*5i
70.K-3i B-3g+
71.R*3h +Bx3h
72.Sx3h Gx5f
73.Px6b+ Gx6b
74.B*3e B*5g
75.Bx5g G6gx5g
76.B*3e P*5c
77.K-2h +R-6h
78.G*4h R*3f
(diagram 2)

After 166 moves , NAGASAWA won the game .

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