Dec 15, 2010

Ai Furibisha ; Sente Shiken Bisha vs Gote Mukai Bisha

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

The shogi game of the Mynavi Joshi open pre-round between HASEGAWA Yuuki (amateur) and TAKEBE Sayuri started 4:00 P.M. (JST) , 17 July 2010 .

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Sente : HASEGAWA Yuuki (amateur)
Gote : TAKEBE Sayuri (Jo-ryu 3 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-6f P-1d
3.P-1f P-5d
4.R-6h S-4b
5.S-7h S-5c
6.G6i-5h B-3c
7.K-4h P-2d
8.S-3h P-2e
9.K-3i R-2b
10.S-6g K-6b
11.B-7g K-7b
12.P-8f P-2f
13.Px2f Rx2f
14.P*2g R-2e
15.R-8h P-9d
16.P-8e S-8b
17.P-8d Px8d
18.Rx8d P*8e
19.P-6e Bx7g+
20.Nx7g B*9e
21.Rx8e Bx7g+
22.P*8c S-9c
23.B*7e P*8d
24.Bx8d Sx8d
25.Rx8d G-7a
26.S*8b B*9c
27.Sx9c+ Nx9c
28.P-8b+ Gx8b
(diagram 1)

HASEGAWA closed her Bishop line with 2.P-6f and ranged the Rook with 4.R-6h making Shiken Bisha form . After some moves , HASEGAWA completed making Hon mino gakoi and TAAKEBE ranged the Rook with 9...R-2b making Mukai Bisha formation . Then the opening of this game became Ai Furibisha .

TAKEBE exchanged the 2nd file Pawns and backed her Rook with 14...R-2e to use the Rook's side power . HASEGAWA ranged her Rook aging with 15.R-8h , advanced the 8th file Pawn and exchanged the 8th file Pawns by her Rook .

Replying HASEGAWA's 8th file Pawn exchange , TAKEBE dropped a Pawn with 18...P*8e trying to capture HASEGA's Rook . HASEGAWA opened the Bishop line with 19.P-6e to enable the Rook's escape .

After the Bishop exchange TAKEBE dropped a Bishop with 20...B*9e forking the 8d-Rook and the 7g-Knight . Althoug TAKEBE took a Knight with 21...Bx7g+ , HASEGAWA continued attacking TAKEBE's camp .

(diagram 2)

30.Rx8b+ K-5a
31.P-6d Sx6d
32.G*6b K-4b
33.Gx6c K-3c
34.Gx6d +B-5e
35.G-5c N*3f
36.Px3f S*2h
37.K-4h Rx2g+
38.S*4f B*2f
39.N*3g +Rx3f
40.Sx5e Sx2i=
41.Sx5d N*2e
42.B*5e P-4d
43.G-4c K-2c
44.P*2d K-1c
45.K-5i Sx3h+
46.Gx3h Nx3g+
47.Gx3g Bx3g+
48.Bx3g +Rx3g
49.B*4f +R-3i
50.N*4i P-3e
51.S*3d N*3a
52.B-6d P*2b
53.P-2c+ Nx2c
54.B-5e P*5b
55.Bx4d K-2d
56.S5d-4e +Rx1i
57.P*2e K-1c
58.Gx5b G-3a
59.G-4b B*9e
60.P*8f Bx8f
61.+Rx8f Gx4b
62.B*2d K-1b
63.Bx4b+ G*7i
64.Bx2b+ resigns
(diagarma 2)

After 127 moves , HASEGAWA won the game .

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