|1.||K1e - 2d||G2a - 3b||I got five motions, two was blanco, two K-2d, and one P1c. P1c reproduces opening move of the 4th game, and it sacrifices the Pawn immediately, the King 2d is intersting: the few pieces forces the King to participate in. See also 5th game.|
|2.||B2e - 3d||P4b - 4c||Black:"Bīs move makes W:īs S1b impossible, but puts the Gold behind."|
|3.||B3d - 2c||B3a - 4b||Black: "Interesting Pawn move...Didnīt think of that one!
As itīs impossible to move the general forwards. The only really offensive move is B2c.
Of course Bx4c worth considering with 3)...Gx4c 4) N*2c a fork."
White: "Previos Pawn move made space for Bishops checking."
|4.||K2d - 1c||G3b x 2c||Blackīs move by Yoshinori Sawada
White: "Black had 3 possibilities, K1c, K3d, K2e, but they canīt save Black losing".
|5.||K1c x 2c||T*3c||Again, Black is pursued with only possibility.|
|6.||K2c - 1c||B4b - 3a||Bishop checking!, Blackīs posobilities are to drop Rook or Gold, but next Whiteīs beat with Bishop will be checkmate.|
|7.||G*2b||B3a x 2b X||...and checkmate
Black:"The generals was hopelessly behind. The opening was bad. (At least the second move was bad...)"
White:"That is true, and the 3rd move was also careless".