Let's look at today's situation map -
The upper left corner is the basic type of the large oblique formula, which is still in an unfinished state, and now it is the turn of the white chess piece, how to maintain the balance of the situation? The four points of A, B, C, and D represent different chess moves, so tell us about your idea.
Attached is the formation process of the situation map
This game was a contest in the 1978 Sino-Japanese Go Tournament, which had an unusual significance for Chinese Go, with Wu Songsheng of China playing against Japan's Ushinohama Kudan, played on June 14, 1978.
Among the first batch of chess players cultivated by New China, the most outstanding representatives were Chen Zude and Wu Songsheng, who jointly created the "Chen Wu Era". Chen Zude Jiudan later became the head of Chinese Go, while Wu Songsheng Jiudan experienced ups and downs, moving to Australia in 1985, and later to South Korea as a guest chess player to participate in professional competitions, returning to China in 1999, settling in Beijing, and finally returning to Australia, where he died in 2007.
Teacher Wu Songsheng has not only achieved brilliant results in domestic competitions, but also performed well in world competitions after going abroad. In the first and second Ying Clan Cups, he lost to Zhao Zhixun and Yeda Kiki with the slightest gap of 1 point, becoming the biggest "victim" of the "8 points" rule at that time. In the first round of the first Samsung Cup in 1996, Wu Songsheng, who qualified from the qualifiers, defeated Ma Xiaochun with 166 hands, which was shocking. During his time in Australia, Wu Songsheng had many confrontations with Cao Xuanxuan and Xu Bongsu, and the victory and defeat were equal.
In the early Sino-Japanese friendly matches, Wu Songsheng had an outstanding performance, defeating Naoki Miyamoto in 1963 and Katsushi Kada in 1965. In the 1974 visit to Japan, Wu Songsheng won seven games and six victories, including the defeat of Hashimoto Masamune 20 dan, Hane Taisho Hachidan and Kudo Norio 8 dan, and he was also the second Chinese chess player to defeat the reigning Japanese title king after Shen Guosun defeated Sakada Einan 10 dan the previous year.
When the Chinese delegation visited Japan in 1978, the Japanese side launched a "three-game battle" between the same pair of chess players, which differed from ordinary three-game chess in that regardless of the results of the first two games, they had to play three games. In such a chess match, the Chinese chess players are obviously not adaptable enough, except for the female chess player Kong Xiangming's three consecutive victories over the Japanese female player Chishou Kobayashi, six of the seven male chess players, including Nie Weiping, who visited Japan two years ago and shined, lost to the opponent, only Wu Songsheng won 2-1 in the match with Niu Zhibang and Yu Jiudan.
Ushinohama Hadu kudan had delayed the Tengen challenger's decision to fight such a major tournament because of his sleep, and in terms of strength, he was definitely a first-class chess player in the Japanese chess world at that time.
This is the first game of the three-game battle, how will Wu Songsheng, who is in charge of the situation, guide the situation? Let's analyze the four selection points one by one.
Figure 1 Point A
White 1 jump, continue to complete the big oblique formula, a very ordinary hand, it should be said that there is nothing wrong with it.
Black 2 and 4 are fixed moves, and white 5, no matter how they play chess, there are still means of being punched in and broken on the left.
The black 6 mid-abdomen big jump has boldness, and the white chess shape on the left is somewhat cramped.
The idea of this picture of white chess is slightly rigid.
Figure 2, point B
White 1 flying angle, look light on the upper left, flexible conception.
However, the black 2 clamp is powerful, and to black 10 is the usual prescriptive.
White 11 tiger sage, but after the black 12 jump, the left black chess is very large, although the white chess can be competed, it always feels not compact enough.
Figure 3 point D
White 1 hanging from the bottom is also a flexible idea.
After the black 2 spires, the black 4 pinch hits, tough.
If the white 5 escapes, the black 6 can be concisely pointed out, and the white chess piece is at risk of being entangled.
In actual combat, Wu Songsheng gave a balanced solution ——
Figure 4 Point C (Practical Diagram)
White 1 demolition, keep the situation balanced good way.
Black 2 occupies the largest field, and white 3 turns to the upper right hanging corner.
Black 4 is very large, white chess looks down on the top left, white 5 double flying swallow.
When the black 10 fly pressure, the white 11 and 13 broke, and then the white 19 leaned out to fight, and the left white 1 was just right.
Wu Songsheng controlled the situation through reasonable ideas, and then abandoned it freely, and finally defeated the strong enemy with a 3.5-eye advantage.
After winning the first set, Wu Songsheng won the second set again, taking the lead in locking in the victory. In the third game, Ushinohama struggled to retake Ichijo, and Wu Songsheng eventually defeated his opponent 2-1, and he also became the first Chinese player to defeat the Japanese Kudan in a chess battle.
A generation of national hands, both moral and artistic, but they failed to make more military achievements for the country in their heyday. Although he has been in China for many years and his soul has returned to a foreign country, Wu Songsheng is still the name that Chinese Go should be proud of.
With the global chess score for everyone to enjoy:
In the 1978 Sino-Japanese confrontation, Wu Songsheng held a 207-hand 3-and-a-half-eye victory over Ushinohama
A generation of national hand Wu Songsheng