Feb 3, 2012

HASEGAWA becomes the challenger ! (Mynavi Joshi open)

Shogi News : The 5th Mynavi Joshi open ; challenger deciding game

5:03 P.M. (JST) , 2 February 2012 , after 127 moves , HASEGAWA won this game and she becomes the challenger of the 5th Jo-o title match . The match will start 8 April 2012 at Sourakuen Kaikan , Kobe city , Hyogo .

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Sente : HASEGAWA Yuuki (Jo-ryu 1 dan)
Gote : SHIMIZU Ichiyo (Jo-ryu 6 dan)

(diagram 1)

1.P-5f P-8d
2.P-7f P-8e
3.B-7g P-5d
4.R-5h K-4b
5.K-4h S-6b
6.S-6h P-3d
7.K-3h K-3b
8.K-2h G6a-5b
9.S-3h S-5c
10.P-1f P-1d
11.P-4f S3a-4b
12.R-5i P-6d
13.Bx2b+ Kx2b
14.S-7g P-4d
15.P-5e Px5e
16.Rx5e P*5d
17.R-5i S-4c
18.G-7h G-3b
19.P-2f P-7d
20.S-2g P-9d
21.G-3h P-9e
22.P-3f N-7c
23.P-7e N-6e
(diagram 1)

HASEGAWA pushed the 5th file Pawn with 1.P-5f to make Nakabisha form and SHIMIZU pushed the 8th file Pawn to select Ibisha . The position advanced to Sente Wanpaku Nakabisha form .

After the Bishop exchange , HASEGAWA developed her Kata mino gakoi to Kata Ginkanmuri , and SHIMIZU also developed the Kakoi from Funa gakoi to Gangi gakoi .

SHIMIZU jumped her right Knight with 22...N-7c to prepare attacking . HASEGAWA pushed the 7th file Pawn with 23.P-7e aiming at the 7c-Knight and SHIMIZU jumped the Knight again with 23...N-6e to counter-attack .

(diagram 2)

24.Px7d Nx7g+
25.Nx7g P-8f
26.P-7c+ Px8g+
27.+Px8b +Px7h
28.R*7a B*6h
29.R-5f Bx7g+
30.P-1e Px1e
31.P*1c G*1d
32.Rx9a+ +Bx6g
33.R-5i N*5a
34.L*1h S*2d
35.B*8d +P-6h
36.R-3i +P-5h
37.R-7i P*7h
38.R-8i +B-5f
39.P-2e Sx1c
40.+P-7b P*8h
41.Rx8h P*8c
42.B-9c+ P-6e
43.+R-6a +Bx4f
44.N-3g N-3c
45.R-8f +B-5e
46.P*4f P-4e
47.N*2f Px4f
48.+B-8b P-4g+
49.Gx4g P*4f
50.Rx4f +Bx4f
51.+Bx4f R*4i
52.S-3h R-5i+
53.B*7g +R-6i
54.Nx3d Sx3d
55.+Rx5b S-4b
56.G*4d P-6f
57.Gx3d N*2f
58.S*4d Nx3h+
59.Kx3h K-2a
60.P*5i +Px5i
61.Sx3c+ Gx3c
62.Gx3c +R-5h
63.K-2g Sx3c
64.G*3b resigns
(diagram 2)

After 127 moves , HASEGAWA won the game .

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