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Request regarding use of Kifu (Game records)

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Published at: 2019-09-13 07:00

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/09/post_1824.html?utm_source=rss

 Due to the recent increasing inquiries to both Japan Shogi Association (JSA) and each sponsor of Shogi tournaments regarding use of Kifu (game records), JSA and sponsors had discussions and agreed as follows.

"Request Regarding Use of Kifu"
 Any Kifu generated during the tournaments held by JSA and sponsors are assets of these parties. Any unauthorized use of Kifu may compromise such assets. Should you wish to use Kifu (including their position diagrams) for any purposes beyond personal use, such as providing them for commercial purpose, please let us know in advance via the form below.

JSA and each tournament organizer will continuously discuss use of Kifu.

Click here to request use of Kifu inquiry form.

Translated by Hattorium130

Tanigawa Koji 9-Dan ranked 3rd place with his 1325th win

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Published at: 2019-09-13 02:20

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/09/13253.html?utm_source=rss

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Tanigawa Koji 9-Dan (57 years old) notched his 1325th career win at 78th Meijin B1-Class match (Junisen) played on September 12th, winning over Matsuo Ayumu 8-Dan. He surpassed the record of Kato Hifumi 9-Dan (1324 wins, retired), and solely claimed the third place of All-time career wins ranking.

Tanigawa Koji 9-Dan Career statistics (as of Sep. 12th, 2019)
2181 matches, 1325 wins - 853 losses - 3 draws (impasse) (0.608 winning rate)
Career Wins Best 10 (as of Sep. 12th, 2019)
RankPlayer NameNo. of MatchesWin-LossWinning rateDraw
1 Habu Yoshiharu 9-Dan 2041 1443 - 596 0.708 2
2 Oyama Yasuharu 15th Meijin 2216 1433 - 781 0.647 2
3 Tanigawa Koji 9-Dan 2181 1325 -853 0.608 3
4 Kato Hifumi 9-Dan 2505 1324 - 1180 0.529 1
5 Nakahara Makoto 16th Meijin 2093 1308 - 782 0.626 3
6 Naito Kunio 9-Dan 2132 1132 - 1000 0.531 0
7 Yonenaga Kunio Kisei-Eternal 1904 1103 - 800 0.580 1
8 Ariyoshi Michio 9-Dan 2090 1088 - 1002 0.521 0
9 Sato Yasumitsu 9-Dan 1667 1036 - 631 0.621 0
10 Kiriyama Kiyosumi 9-Dan 1934 993 - 941 0.513 0


After the match, Tanigawa 9-Dan said, “I feel a profound sense of achievement to have tied and surpassed Mr. Kato’s record.” He also added, “Instead of looking at my next milestone, I’d rather seek the truth of shogi and enjoy going through the tough games against younger players.”

Translated by HGMotoko

Hatakeyama Mamoru 7-Dan has been promoted to 8-Dan

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Published at: 2019-09-13 01:20

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/09/post_1823.html?utm_source=rss

畠山鎮八段

Hatakeyama Mamoru 7-Dan (50 years old) has been promoted to 8-Dan, winning the game described below.

Date of promotion
September 12th, 2019
Game
78th Meijin Tournament, Junisen B1 class
(opponent: Saito Shintaro Oza)
Ground of promotion
190 wins in official tournaments since becoming 7-Dan
Translated by oneye

Yokoyama Hiroaki 6-Dan has been promoted to 7-Dan

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Published at: 2019-09-12 02:45

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/09/post_1820.html?utm_source=rss

横山泰明七段

Yokoyama Hiroaki 6-Dan (38 years old) has been promoted to 7-Dan, winning the game described below.

Date of promotion
September 11th, 2019
Game
78th Meijin Tournament, Junisen B2 class
(opponent: Kubota Yoshiyuki 7-Dan)
Ground of promotion
150 wins in official tournaments since becoming 6-Dan
Translated by oneye

New Professional 4-Dan Players

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Published at: 2019-09-07 10:00

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/09/post_1818.html?utm_source=rss

Following Watanabe Kazushi, whose promotion to 4-Dan has been decided before, Ishikawa Yuta 3-Dan's promotion has also been decided on Saturday, September 7th, after playing the 19th game of the 65th Shoureikai 3-Dan League (April 2019 to September 2019). The final results were 16 wins 2 losses for Watanabe 3-Dan, 13 wins 5 loses for Ishikawa 3-Dan. They will become 4-Dan on October 1st, 2019. The 3rd player in the league was Koga Yusei 3-Dan, 13 wins 5 loses.

渡辺和史・石川優太

Watanabe Kazushi  Professional Player ID 319

渡辺和史

Date of birth
October 6th, 1994 (24 years old)
Hometown
Shinjuku, Tokyo
Pupil of
7-Dan Toyokawa Takahiro
Enrollment in Shoureikai
February 2008
Enrollment in 3-Dan League
October 2013 (from the 54th league)
Favorite strategy
Bishop Exchange
Hobby
Playing Basketball
Background of starting playing shogi
Learned from his father when he was 5 years old.
Comment
I am glad to finish the league with a victory. I will do my best.

Ishikawa Yuta  Professional Player ID 320

石川優太

Date of birth
November 11th, 1994 (24 years old)
Hometown
Kawagoe-cho Mie-gun, Mie
Pupil of
7-Dan Mori Nobuo
Enrollment in Shoureikai
September 2006
Enrollment in 3-Dan League
April 2013 (from the 53th league)
Favorite strategy
3rd-file rook
Hobby
Watching Japanese anime
Background of starting playing shogi
Watched his father and grandfather playing shogi when he was 6 years old.
Comment
I thought I missed my chance again when I lost the first game. I feel very lucky for my promotion.
Translated by Kaoruko Sasaki

Sanmaido Tatsuya 6-Dan has been promoted to 7-dan

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Published at: 2019-09-05 06:00

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/09/post_1816.html?utm_source=rss

三枚堂達也七段

Sanmaido Tatsuya 6-Dan (26 years old) has been promoted to 7-Dan, winning the game described below.

Date of promotion
September 4th, 2019
Game
32th Ryuou Ranking Tournament, 3rd Group, Advancing Player Deciding Match
(opponent: Namekata Hisashi 8-Dan)
Ground of promotion
Ryuou Ranking Tournament Consecutive Advancement
Translated by oneye

Kato Yuria Ladies 1-Kyu has been promoted to Ladies 1-Dan

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Published at: 2019-08-27 14:00

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/08/1_48.html?utm_source=rss

加藤結李愛女流初段

Kato Yuria Ladies 1-Kyu(16 years old)has been promoted to Ladies 1-Dan, winning the game described below.

Date of promotion
August 25th, 2019
Game
27th Oyama Meijin Cup, Kurashiki Tournament
(opponent: Idoh Chihiro Ladies 2-Dan)
Ground of promotion
Kurashiki Tournament Best 4
Translated by oneye

Takada Shohei 7-Dan retired

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Published at: 2019-08-13 05:00

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/08/post_1812.html?utm_source=rss

高田尚平七段Takada Shohei 7-Dan (57 year-old) retired, as described below.

Retirement date:
August 9th, 2019 (Friday)
Last game:
The 32th Ryuousen Group 6, upgrade deciding match
(opponent: Sugimoto Kazuo 4-Dan)
Cause of retirement:
Retirement rules of Free Class player
Translated by knkn240

About official tournaments participation for Ladies Pros and Female Shorekai Members

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Published at: 2019-08-07 06:30

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/08/post_1810.html?utm_source=rss

At this time, Japan Shogi Association has established a rule for when Ladies Professional player passes "Professional Admission Test" or when woman who belongs to Shoreikai is promoted to 4-Dan:


① A Ladies Professional player is entitled to participate in both Ladies tournaments and Professional tournaments, provided that she passes "Professional Admission Test".
② A woman who gets promoted to 4-Dan through Shoreikai is able to apply for Ladies Professional player status, provided that she applies within two weeks after she is promoted to 4-Dan.

Translated by Len_kurina

Oohashi Takahiro 4-Dan has been promoted to 5-Dan

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Published at: 2019-08-01 02:00

Original site:https://www.shogi.or.jp/news/2019/08/post_1808.html?utm_source=rss

大橋貴洸五段

Oohashi Takahiro 4-Dan (26 years old) has been promoted to 5-Dan, winning the game described below.

Date of promotion
Wed. July 31st, 2019
Game
61st Oi Tournament preliminary round
(opponent: Anyouji Takanori 6-Dan)
Reason of promotion
100 wins in official matches after becoming 4-Dan
Translated by oneye