Feb 1, 2011

Yagura game ; unorthodox form

Shogi Game record : The 4th Mynavi Joshi open ; tournament

The shogi game of the Mynavi Joshi open tournament between SUZUKI Kanna and HAYAMIZU Chisa started 16 September 2010 .

You can see the original game record on the Net .
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Sente : SUZUKI Kanna (Jo-ryu 1 dan)
Gote : HAYAMIZU Chisa (Jo-ryu 2 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-7f P-3d
2.P-6f S-6b
3.S-6h G-3b
4.P-5f P-6d
5.G-7h S-6c
6.S-4h P-7d
7.G-5h R-7b
8.G5h-6g P-7e
9.Px7e Rx7e
10.P*7f R-7a
11.K-6i K-4a
12.P-2f G-5b
13.P-2e B-3c
14.S-7g S-5d
15.B-7i R-6a
16.P-2d Px2d
17.Bx2d B-4d
18.B-4f P*2f
19.S-5g N-3c
20.S5g-6h S-2b
21.K-7i S-2c
22.P-1f K-4b
23.P-1e S-4e
24.B-5g R-2a
(diagram 1)

SUZUKI closed the Bishop line and started making Yagura gakoi . HAYAMIZU pushed the 6th file Pawn with 4...P-6d , moved up the right Silver with 5...S-6c and she seemed to be making Migi Shiken Bisha form .

However HAYAMIZU slid her Rook with 7...R-7b and exchanged the 7th file Pawns . SUZUKI pushed the 2nd file Pawn with 16.P-2d to exchange the Bishops and Pawns . HAYAMIZU moved up her Bihsop with 17...B-4d to avoid a Bishop exchage .

While SUZUKI was making Yagura gakoi , HAYAMIZU also developed her camp and swung the Rook with 24...R-2a to attack SUZUKI's Rook .

(diagram 2)

25.K-8h P-3e
26.Rx2f P-3f
27.R-2h Px3g+
28.Nx3g P*2g
29.R-4h S-3f
30.B-4f B-2f
31.P*3h P-2h+
32.Bx6d P*7c
33.P-5e P-4d
34.P-5d G3b-4c
35.R-5h P-4e
36.R-5f +Px1i
37.Rx3f B-1g+
38.R-5f S-3d
39.P*2f +Bx2f
40.B-8f P*6d
41.Bx6d G-6c
42.Px5c+ G4cx5c
43.B-8f K-4c
44.P*2b Rx2b
45.P*2c Rx2c
46.P*2d Rx2d
47.P*2e Sx2e
48.Nx2e +Bx2e
49.S*3f +Bx3f
50.Rx3f P*3e
51.R-5f L*5d
52.S*5e Lx5e
53.Rx5e P*5d
54.R-5i +P-1h
55.B*7b +P-2h
56.Bx8a+ P*6d
57.P-6e Px6e
58.+B-7a +Px3h
59.N*5f N*5b
60.L*6d Nx6d
61.Nx6d +P-4h
62.+B-6a L*5b
63.Nx5b+ Gx5b
64.L*6d +Px5i
65.Lx6c+ K-3d
66.+Bx5b K-2c
67.N*1f S*2e
68.B-3a+ R*1b
69.G*2b Rx2b
70.+Bx2b Kx2b
71.Nx2d G*2a
72.R*4a N*3a
73.+Bx2e resigns
(diagram 2)

After 145 moves , SUZUKI won the game .

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