Saturday, April 10, 2010

Fujitsu Cup First Round Result

The first round of the 23rd Fujitsu Cup ended today. Eight players will continue their journey to the top by advancing to the second round.

The first who won his game was Kim Jiseok of Korea who beat Alexander Dinerchtein of Russia. Kim played a strong game and led all the way until the end.

Here is the game record: Kim Jiseok vs. Alexander Dinerchtein

Next, we have Park Junghwan who beat Chang Hao by resignation. Park won an early corner fight. Chang Hao tried to use his influence in the bottom, by expanding it. He got a big framework in the center, but he got a troubled group as a compensation. He tried to revive his group, but Park put a nice kill on it. With this loss, Chang Hao add a bad record this year to his international event's result.

Here is the game record:

(;CA[Windows-1252]SZ[19]AP[MultiGo:4.4.4]GN[Rating game]EV[23rd Fujitsu Cup, round 1]
DT[2010-04-10]PB[Chang.Hao ]BR[9p]PW[Park Junghwan]WR[7p]KM[6.5]HA[0]RE[W+R]MULTIGOGM[1]
;B[pd];W[dd];B[pq];W[dp];B[fq];W[cn];B[qk];W[np];B[lp];W[pp];B[op];W[oo];B[oq];W[qq]
;B[no];W[qp];B[nn];W[on];B[om];W[pm];B[pl];W[mp];B[lo];W[nr];B[qm];W[po];B[lq];W[mr]
;B[qr];W[nq];B[pr];W[rr];B[rs];W[rp];B[lr];W[fp];B[gp];W[go];B[hp];W[nc];B[pf];W[kc]
;B[cf];W[ce];B[df];W[fd];B[ep];W[fo];B[eo];W[eq];B[en];W[fr];B[gq];W[dq];B[dl];W[ho]
;B[gr];W[em];B[fn];W[dm];B[gm];W[di];B[gk];W[fi];B[hi];W[gg];B[ci];W[ch];B[dh];W[bh]
;B[eh];W[dj];B[cj];W[fk];B[fl];W[ck];B[fh];W[gh];B[gi];W[fj];B[gf];W[ih];B[gd];W[ff]
;B[ee];W[fe];B[ed];W[fc];B[ec];W[db];B[dc];W[cc];B[bd];W[be];B[cd];W[bc];B[ad];W[bf]
;B[eb];W[de];B[ef];W[fb];B[fa];W[fg];B[gb];W[gc];B[bg];W[ac];B[ib];W[hb];B[ha];W[ga]
;B[cb];W[bb];B[gb];W[hc];B[ic];W[ga];B[sr];W[rq];B[gb];W[kd])


Next, we have Takao Shinji. He met the famous ex-insei, Fernand Aguilar of South America. I personally think the game was quite easy for Takao Shinji. Fernand Aguilar tried to create a moyo around move 164, however Takao Shinji easily broke it.


Takao Shinji (left) vs. Fernand Aguilar (right)

Here is the game record:

(;CA[Windows-1252]SZ[19]AP[MultiGo:4.4.4]GN[Rating game]EV[23rd Fujitsu Cup, round 1]
DT[2010-04-10]PB[Fernando Aguilar]BR[6d]PW[Takao.Shinji]WR[9p]KM[6.5]HA[0]RE[W+R]
MULTIGOGM[1]
;B[qd];W[dd];B[pq];W[dp];B[oc];W[qn];B[qp];W[pj];B[qh];W[on];B[mq];W[jc];B[cf];W[fd]
;B[bd];W[cg];B[dg];W[ch];B[dh];W[ci];B[bf];W[df];B[di];W[cj];B[dj];W[dk];B[ek];W[dl]
;B[el];W[em];B[cc];W[ef];B[fj];W[db];B[cb];W[fm];B[cq];W[cp];B[dq];W[eq];B[er];W[fr]
;B[fq];W[ep];B[gr];W[dr];B[fs];W[cr];B[oh];W[qi];B[rh];W[mc];B[nj];W[hq];B[hr];W[iq]
;B[ir];W[jq];B[pm];W[qm];B[gg];W[ie];B[fp];W[op];B[oq];W[hm];B[ig];W[hj];B[ii];W[ob]
;B[pb];W[ij];B[hi];W[jj];B[go];W[fh];B[gj];W[eg];B[gh];W[in];B[bn];W[co];B[bq];W[br]
;B[ck];W[cl];B[bk];W[bl];B[pk];W[qk];B[ql];W[rl];B[pl];W[rj];B[oj];W[pi];B[ph];W[nl]
;B[nk];W[ri];B[ml];W[lq];B[mr];W[nb];B[ge];W[gd];B[il];W[hl];B[kd];W[pc];B[qc];W[pd]
;B[pe];W[od];B[kf];W[kc];B[oe];W[nd];B[eb];W[fb];B[ec];W[dc];B[da];W[fa];B[ed];W[ee]
;B[cd];W[de];B[ea];W[fc];B[ca];W[he];B[gf];W[fe];B[eo];W[dn];B[bg];W[bj];B[nm];W[lo]
;B[km];W[jl];B[pn];W[kl];B[lm];W[qo];B[po];W[mp];B[ro];W[rn];B[sn];W[rm];B[kp];W[ko]
;B[lr];W[kq];B[jm];W[im];B[io];W[jn];B[me];W[ne];B[nf];W[qb];B[rb];W[pa];B[ld];W[kh]
;B[jh];W[kg];B[ki];W[ji])


Qiu Jun of China won his game against Sakai Hideyuki of Japan by 2.5 points. I think the game was quite event at the opening, though Qiu Jun came out ahead during th end game.

Here is the game record:

(;CA[Windows-1252]SZ[19]AP[MultiGo:4.4.4]GN[Rating game]EV[23rd Fujitsu Cup, round 1]
DT[2010-04-10]PB[Sakai.Hideyuki]BR[7p]PW[Qiu.Jun ]WR[8p]KM[6.5]RE[W+2.5]MULTIGOGM[1]
;B[pd];W[dd];B[qp];W[dp];B[fq];W[dn];B[kq];W[qj];B[qh];W[pm];B[qn];W[qm];B[pn];W[om]
;B[on];W[nm];B[nn];W[lp];B[kp];W[ln];B[ko];W[mn];B[mp];W[nc];B[pc];W[kd];B[cf];W[df]
;B[dg];W[ce];B[ef];W[de];B[eg];W[fd];B[cl];W[di];B[dk];W[ch];B[cg];W[ej];B[fl];W[gj]
;B[hg];W[gf];B[fi];W[fk];B[hf];W[gl];B[fm];W[ge];B[gg];W[ie];B[cq];W[dq];B[dr];W[gi]
;B[dh];W[bi];B[bh];W[ci];B[ei];W[dj];B[dm];W[er];B[cr];W[eq];B[bo];W[fp];B[lc];W[kc]
;B[nd];W[qg];B[pg];W[rf];B[qe];W[rh];B[qf];W[rg];B[kb];W[jb];B[gq];W[gm];B[fn];W[gp]
;B[hq];W[hp];B[eo];W[iq];B[ir];W[jr];B[jq];W[ip];B[hr];W[ep];B[kn];W[im];B[rm];W[rl]
;B[mc];W[qq];B[pq];W[pp];B[qr];W[rq];B[oq];W[no];B[rn];W[np];B[mq];W[mo];B[nq];W[cp]
;B[bp];W[cn];B[bn];W[po];B[rp];W[km];B[lb];W[jh];B[jg];W[kg];B[jf];W[ic];B[ih];W[ji]
;B[oh];W[cm];B[bm];W[em];B[el];W[dl];B[ck];W[ek];B[dm];W[gh];B[fh];W[dl];B[ii];W[ij]
;B[dm];W[rr];B[ps];W[dl];B[rk];W[ql];B[dm];W[lh];B[je];W[jd];B[lf];W[dl];B[ee];W[ed]
;B[dm];W[le];B[lm];W[bf];B[bg];W[af];B[kf];W[jm];B[mh];W[mi];B[li];W[lj];B[ni];W[ki]
;B[en];W[me];B[mg];W[sm];B[qo];W[sc];B[rd];W[sd];B[rc];W[ne];B[he];W[hd];B[se];W[pi]
;B[ph];W[nj];B[oi];W[oj];B[qi];W[ri];B[pj];W[pk];B[fr];W[od];B[nb];W[re];B[sb];W[oc]
;B[ob];W[oe];B[sn];W[sl];B[rj];W[qk];B[sf];W[pf];B[ng];W[pe];B[qd];W[lg];B[mf];W[bk]
;B[bj];W[cj];B[bl];W[sg];B[sd];W[sj];B[ak];W[lo];B[lq];W[mm];B[es];W[gn];B[co];W[do]
;B[io];W[ai];B[hi];W[hj];B[hn];W[go];B[in];W[hm];B[aj];W[ka];B[la];W[ja];B[md];W[ff]
;B[fe];W[gd];B[fg];W[hh];B[ig];W[jn];B[jo];W[fj];B[pi])



A success round 1 for Japan.

Piao Wenyao of China won his first round against Jie Li of North America. Piao launched a splitting attack early in the game and managed to stay ahead during the game, though later Jie attacked black's group in the upper left board strongly, but Piao managed to stay alive.

Here is the game record:

(;CA[Windows-1252]SZ[19]AP[MultiGo:4.4.4]GN[Rating game]EV[23rd Fujitsu Cup, round 1]
DT[20020101 [00\:09\]]PB[Piao Wenayao]BR[5p]PW[Jie Li]WR[7d]KM[6.5]RE[B+R]MULTIGOGM[1]
;B[pd];W[dd];B[qp];W[cq];B[nq];W[qj];B[qh];W[qm];B[fc];W[hc];B[cc];W[dc];B[cd];W[de]
;B[db];W[eb];B[cb];W[ec];B[cf];W[nc];B[pc];W[kd];B[ne];W[iq];B[dp];W[dq];B[ep];W[bo]
;B[kq];W[dn];B[eq];W[hn];B[en];W[em];B[fn];W[fm];B[hp];W[kp];B[gm];W[gn];B[gl];W[dm]
;B[hq];W[jq];B[io];W[lq];B[im];W[oq];B[pq];W[or];B[op];W[nr];B[pr];W[np];B[no];W[mp]
;B[rn];W[oo];B[on];W[pp];B[po];W[op];B[qn];W[pm];B[pn];W[rm];B[fb];W[fa];B[ic];W[gb]
;B[ie];W[kf];B[le];W[ke];B[hd];W[ib];B[jc];W[fd];B[ih];W[kh];B[mh];W[qq];B[qr];W[rq]
;B[rr];W[rp];B[qo];W[nm];B[nn];W[om];B[co];W[cp];B[do];W[cn];B[er];W[mn];B[sq];W[ch]
;B[cg];W[dh];B[bn];W[bm];B[mc];W[kc];B[mb];W[dr];B[jb];W[kb];B[ia];W[mf];B[nf];W[ij]
;B[gf];W[rh];B[rg];W[ph];B[qi];W[pi];B[pg];W[mg];B[ef];W[ee];B[oh];W[ri];B[qg];W[pj]
;B[ds];W[an];B[jg];W[kg];B[bh];W[bi];B[bg];W[md];B[me];W[ld];B[nd];W[nb];B[ob];W[nh]
;B[oi];W[hg];B[hf];W[eg];B[fg];W[df];B[gj];W[hi];B[hh];W[gi];B[ff];W[jf];B[if];W[jh]
;B[ig];W[cs];B[ni];W[ng];B[og];W[es];B[gr];W[fj];B[il];W[fh];B[fk];W[ek];B[ii];W[kj]
;B[bj];W[ci];B[ej];W[fi];B[ai];W[fl];B[gk];W[cj];B[bk];W[ck];B[ji];W[mj];B[mi];W[ki]
;B[nk];W[mk];B[ir];W[jr];B[kl];W[ok];B[sh];W[rj];B[nj];W[jj];B[gd];W[gc];B[so];W[sm]
;B[sn];W[si];B[sg];W[is];B[hr];W[jo];B[in];W[hb];B[bl];W[cl];B[aj];W[nl];B[ip];W[fs]
;B[jp];W[kr];B[ko];W[fr];B[fq];W[kn];B[lo];W[mo];B[km])


Anzai Nobuaki of Japan shockingly beat one of the strongest Taiwan player, Chen Shiyuan. Anzai had a bad start where he has a weak group in the center. Anzai later sacrificed a group to make his group alive in the center. He eventually won the game by 2.5 points.


Anzai Nobuaki (left) vs. Chen Shiyuan

Here is the game record:

(;CA[Windows-1252]SZ[19]AP[MultiGo:4.4.4]GN[Rating game]EV[23rd Fujitsu Cup, round 1]
DT[2010-10-04]PB[Chen Shiyuan]BR[8p]PW[Anzai Nobuaki]WR[6p]KM[6.5]HA[0]RE[W+2.5]
MULTIGOGM[1]
;B[qd];W[dc];B[pp];W[dq];B[do];W[co];B[cn];W[cp];B[ce];W[di];B[fe];W[gc];B[hd];W[hc]
;B[id];W[ic];B[jd];W[kc];B[dm];W[cl];B[dl];W[ck];B[bm];W[fq];B[fi];W[cg];B[cc];W[fj]
;B[ej];W[ei];B[dj];W[cj];B[fl];W[fk];B[ek];W[hk];B[hl];W[gl];B[gm];W[gk];B[hm];W[fm]
;B[fn];W[el];B[dk];W[ik];B[gp];W[gq];B[fh];W[eg];B[dd];W[ec];B[db];W[eb];B[ip];W[ee]
;B[bg];W[bh];B[cf];W[dg];B[ih];W[kk];B[np];W[cb];B[bb];W[da];B[bd];W[qj];B[ql];W[qg]
;B[oc];W[hq];B[jm];W[jq];B[ph];W[qh];B[pj];W[ki];B[fg];W[km];B[jl];W[kl];B[ko];W[qk]
;B[pk];W[pl];B[qm];W[ol];B[pi];W[qi];B[pg];W[qe];B[ml];W[kn];B[kq];W[mm];B[nm];W[nl]
;B[mn];W[lm];B[mk];W[nn];B[om];W[jn];B[io];W[pm];B[on];W[pn];B[no];W[qn];B[lj];W[gn]
;B[em];W[ii];B[kj];W[fl];B[go];W[im];B[hn];W[jj];B[il];W[jh];B[jk];W[hh];B[ed];W[ff]
;B[gf];W[ef];B[hg];W[ig];B[gd];W[fc];B[fd];W[bf];B[lh];W[li];B[mi];W[mh];B[kh];W[ji]
;B[mg];W[nh];B[ni];W[ng];B[kf];W[gi];B[pe];W[pf];B[of];W[qf];B[oe];W[kr];B[lq];W[oo]
;B[nn];W[rd];B[qc];W[qp];B[qq];W[pq];B[rp];W[qo];B[qr];W[lr];B[mr];W[nr];B[mq];W[jr]
;B[lc];W[kd];B[jc];W[jb];B[ld];W[ke];B[kb];W[lb];B[le];W[ka];B[je];W[kb];B[jg];W[if]
;B[jf];W[hj];B[bo];W[bp];B[ap];W[aq];B[ao];W[bq];B[mb];W[ro];B[oq];W[jp];B[jo];W[rc]
;B[sq];W[bl];B[rm];W[rn];B[ls];W[ks];B[ms];W[qb];B[pb];W[rb];B[ep];W[eq];B[be];W[ag]
;B[ba];W[am];B[bn];W[ma];B[nb];W[fp];B[fo];W[dp];B[eo];W[kp];B[iq];W[ir];B[lp];W[hp]
;B[ho];W[eh];B[gg];W[sm];B[ca];W[db];B[nk];W[ok];B[oj];W[pa];B[oa];W[qa];B[ae];W[hf]
;B[af];W[bg];B[so];W[rl];B[op];W[po];B[cm];W[ib])


Hane Naoki Honinbo won by a small margin against one of Korea top player, Choi Cheolhan. Hane played a good example on how-not-to panic when your opponent breaks your moyo. He build a strong influence in the center, but Choi later break it little by little. Hane even damaged his bottom territory to gain full influence in the center. Hane won the game by 1.5 points.


Hane Naoki (left) vs. Choi Cheolhan (right)

Here is the game record:

(;CA[Windows-1252]SZ[19]AP[MultiGo:4.4.4]GN[Rating game]EV[23rd Fujitsu Cup, round 1]
DT[2010-04-10]PB[Choi Cheolhan]BR[9p]PW[Hane Naoki]WR[9p]KM[6.5]HA[0]RE[W+1.5]MULTIGOGM[1]
;B[qd];W[pp];B[dc];W[cp];B[cf];W[nc];B[pc];W[jd];B[hc];W[ne];B[md];W[nd];B[qg];W[eq]
;B[kc];W[kd];B[jc];W[id];B[ic];W[ld];B[co];W[do];B[cn];W[bp];B[em];W[ge];B[nq];W[lq]
;B[no];W[pn];B[kp];W[oq];B[nr];W[kq];B[jp];W[lp];B[lo];W[jq];B[ip];W[iq];B[qo];W[po]
;B[mo];W[hp];B[ho];W[gp];B[ql];W[pl];B[pk];W[ol];B[qn];W[qk];B[qm];W[pj];B[qq];W[qp]
;B[rp];W[pm];B[rk];W[ok];B[rj];W[jn];B[pr];W[dk];B[fl];W[ch];B[de];W[ik];B[fj];W[gk]
;B[dl];W[fk];B[dp];W[dq];B[ck];W[ek];B[cj];W[di];B[hl];W[il];B[hm];W[fd];B[fb];W[dn]
;B[en];W[ep];B[cm];W[io];B[ff];W[fh];B[ko];W[hn];B[bo];W[bi];B[bj];W[bl];B[bm];W[dg]
;B[fe];W[ed];B[hd];W[ee];B[he];W[dd];B[cd];W[cc];B[bc];W[cb];B[bb];W[hf];B[ie];W[gf]
;B[lc];W[me];B[ec];W[jg];B[oh];W[pe];B[qe];W[nh];B[ll];W[ph];B[pg];W[og];B[kk];W[qh]
;B[rh];W[kj];B[ks];W[mk];B[im];W[jm];B[is];W[lm];B[mm];W[kl];B[ln];W[km];B[if];W[ig]
;B[kf];W[mc];B[jf];W[kg];B[hr];W[hq];B[gr];W[or];B[os];W[ob];B[ml];W[lk];B[pb];W[fr]
;B[ap];W[aq];B[ao];W[br];B[bg];W[aj];B[ak];W[ai];B[cl];W[df];B[ce];W[hk];B[gn];W[go]
;B[lf];W[lb];B[kb];W[pa];B[qa];W[na];B[oa];W[fc];B[db];W[pa];B[qb];W[qj];B[ri];W[of]
;B[qi];W[pi];B[lg];W[lh];B[pf];W[ir];B[js];W[gm];B[gl];W[fn];B[eo];W[gc];B[gb];W[ka]
;B[ja];W[la];B[oa];W[nb];B[mg];W[mh];B[nl];W[pq];B[rr];W[nn];B[nm];W[nk];B[fo];W[gq]
;B[dj];W[ej];B[gd];W[ef];B[fp];W[fq];B[ci];W[bh];B[cg];W[fs];B[hs];W[ag];B[af];W[pd]
;B[od];W[oe];B[oc];W[le];B[ah];W[dh];B[ag];W[on];B[mn];W[pa];B[fm];W[gn];B[oa];W[ng]
;B[mf];W[pa];B[dm];W[dp];B[oa];W[lr];B[ls];W[pa];B[hg];W[gg];B[np];W[oa];B[ms];W[in]
;B[ps];W[el];B[ns];W[nf];B[mr];W[ke];B[hb];W[je];B[mq];W[oo];B[op];W[om];B[mp];W[kn]
;B[kr];W[jo];B[jr];W[gs])


The biggest victory award for today goes to Ishida Yoshio! Many didn't expect this 62 year old veteran to win against the younger and still active Mok Jinseok of Korea. However, Ishida showed that he is not too old to beat the youngster. He won from Mok Jinseok by resignation.


Ishida Yoshio (left) vs. Mok Jinseok (right)

Here is the game record:

(;CA[Windows-1252]SZ[19]AP[MultiGo:4.4.4]GN[Rating game]EV[23rd Fujitsu Cup, round 1]
DT[2010-04-10]PB[Ishida Yoshio]BR[9p]PW[Mok Jinseok]WR[9p]KM[6.5]HA[0]RE[B+R]MULTIGOGM[1]
;B[qd];W[dc];B[dp];W[pq];B[ce];W[qn];B[oc];W[di];B[cg];W[cd];B[ed];W[ec];B[fd];W[be]
;B[dd];W[cf];B[de];W[bd];B[df];W[gb];B[bf];W[cn];B[co];W[dn];B[fq];W[ck];B[qi];W[jq]
;B[bn];W[bm];B[bo];W[qk];B[oi];W[op];B[kd];W[nh];B[ni];W[nd];B[nc];W[qe];B[pd];W[qg]
;B[ph];W[rd];B[rc];W[of];B[mh];W[rf];B[sd];W[mg];B[lh];W[rh];B[ri];W[re];B[mp];W[md]
;B[lb];W[qc];B[qb];W[lg];B[kg];W[kp];B[mn];W[ml];B[lm];W[ll];B[km];W[kl];B[jm];W[ik]
;B[ng];W[nf];B[pk];W[pl];B[ol];W[ok];B[nk];W[pj];B[nl];W[og];B[lj];W[hm];B[gk];W[hk]
;B[gm];W[gj];B[gl];W[hi];B[hl];W[mq];B[lq];W[lp];B[nq];W[mr];B[np];W[nr];B[oo];W[pp]
;B[ir];W[gp];B[fp];W[fk];B[el];W[ek];B[lr];W[or];B[ks];W[fo];B[eo];W[gn];B[en];W[il]
;B[im];W[iq];B[hr];W[fm];B[fl];W[em];B[dl];W[hn];B[dm];W[fn];B[cm];W[hq];B[gq];W[ho]
;B[fi];W[fj];B[ei];W[dk];B[do];W[dh];B[bi];W[fg];B[gh];W[kh];B[mm];W[lo];B[gg];W[jh]
;B[jl];W[kf];B[jj];W[ig];B[qh];W[jr];B[js];W[fh];B[gi];W[gr];B[fr];W[dg];B[gf];W[oh]
;B[pi];W[bj];B[ci];W[cj];B[ii];W[hh];B[jk];W[hj];B[hg];W[ih];B[hc];W[gc];B[hd];W[hb]
;B[jc];W[rj];B[pm];W[qm];B[jo];W[io];B[ib];W[gd];B[ge];W[ie];B[fc];W[fb];B[he];W[si]
;B[po];W[qo];B[pn];W[bl];B[ae];W[bb];B[aj];W[ak];B[ai];W[kr];B[gs];W[ms];B[ls];W[ha]
;B[oj];W[pk];B[ke];W[je];B[lf];W[jg];B[le];W[li];B[mi];W[ki];B[kj];W[ad];B[af];W[mo]
;B[no];W[am];B[mc];W[an];B[ao];W[id];B[ic])

1 comments:

TaoTeaKing said...

Thanks for this detailed and very interesting report! After Alexander Dinerchtein wrote "here are at least 3 players, who has close to zero chances to win against Koreans or Chinese: Ishida Yoshio (he is too old), Sakai and Anzai Nobuaki." it`s cool to know that Ishida did his job in the first round!

exciting...