35th Kisei

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The 35th Kisei began league play on 3 June 2010 and concluded with Cho U defending his title in six games over challenger Iyama Yuta on 11 March 2011.[1][2]

Preliminary tournament[edit]

The preliminary tournament started on 17 December 2009. O Rissei, Cho U, Akiyama Jiro, Yoda Norimoto, Hane Naoki, Kono Rin, Takao Shinji, and Iyama Yuta all maintained their place in the Kisei league from the 34th Kisei, while Kiyonari Tetsuya, Ri Ishu, Cho Chikun, and Miyazawa Goro were eliminated. These players were replaced by preliminary winners Ryu Shikun, Yamashiro Hiroshi, Kato Atsushi, and O Meien.[1]

Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
14 January        
 Honda Kunihasa  0
11 February
 Hikosaka Naoto  1  
 Hikosaka Naoto  0
21 January
     Ryu Shikun  1  
 Ryu Shikun  1
4 March
 Seto Taiki  0  
 Ryu Shikun  1
7 January    
   Kiyonari Tetsuya  0
 Ishida Yoshio  1
11 February
 Komatsu Hideki  0  
 Ishida Yoshio  0
14 January
     Kiyonari Tetsuya  1  
 Kurotaki Masaki  0
 Kiyonari Tetsuya  1  
 
Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
28 January        
 Yuki Satoshi  0
18 February
 Mimura Tomoyasu  1  
 Mimura Tomoyasu  0
17 December
     So Yokoku  1  
 So Yokoku  1
18 March
 Shida Tatsuya  1  
 So Yokoku  0
7 January    
   Yamashiro Hiroshi  1
 Kim Sujun  0
18 February
 Ogata Masaki  1  
 Ogata Masaki  0
14 January
     Yamashiro Hiroshi  1  
 Yamashiro Hiroshi  1
 Cho Chikun  0  
 
Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
17 December        
 Kato Atsushi  1
28 January
 Chin Kaei  0  
 Kato Atushi  1
7 January
     Nakano Yasuhiro  0  
 Goto Shungo  0
25 February
 Nakano Yasuhiro  1  
 Kato Atsushi  1
17 December    
   Sakai Hideyuki  0
 Kubo Hideo  0
4 February
 Oya Koichi  1  
 Oya Koichi  0
24 December
     Sakai Hideyuki  1  
 Sakai Hideyuki  1
 Miyazawa Goro  0  
 
Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
17 December        
 Ko Reibun  1
21 January
 Matsumoto Takehisa  0  
 Ko Reibun  0
17 December
     O Meien  1  
 O Meien  1
25 February
 Ueki Yoshio  0  
 O Meien  1
7 January    
   Ko Iso  0
 Cho Sonjin  0
28 January
 Ko Iso  1  
 Ko Iso  1
7 January
     Ri Ishu  0  
 Nakano Hironari  0
 Ri Ishu  1  
 

League play[edit]

League play commenced on 3 June 2010 after the preliminaries, which finished on 18 March 2010.[3] Takao Shinji went undefeated to win League A, while Iyama Yuta finished tied on record with Yamashiro Hiroshi in League B. Because Yuta had beaten Hiroshi by resignation on 30 September, Yuta progressed to the challenger finals to face Shinji.[1][4]

League A[edit]

Player Y.K. Y.N. K.R. T.S. O.M. K.A. Record Notes
Yamashita Keigo W+3.5 B+R X B+R W+R 4–1
Yoda Norimoto X W+4.5 X W+R X 2–3
Kono Rin X X X B+R X 1–4 Eliminated
Takao Shinji B+R W+R B+R W+3.5 B+R 5–0 Challenger finals
O Meien X X X X W+R 1–4 Eliminated
Kato Atsushi X W+0.5 B+0.5 X X 2–3

League B[edit]

Player O.R. A.J. H.N. I.Y. Y.H. R.S. Record Notes
O Rissei X W+R X X X 1–4 Eliminated
Akiyama Jiro W+5.5 X X X X 1–4 Eliminated
Hane Naoki X W+R B+R X B+0.5 3–2
Iyama Yuta W+11.5 B+R X B+R W+R 4–1 Challenger finals
Yamashiro Hiroshi B+2.5 W+1.5 B+1.5 X B+7.5 4–1
Ryu Shikun W+0.5 B+R X X X 2–3

Challenger finals[edit]

Challenger finals
     
Takao Shinji 0
Iyama Yuta 1

Finals[edit]

Player
1
(Aizuwakamatsu)
2
(Hokkaido)
3
(Himi)
4
(Takarazuka)
5
(Minamiuonuma)
6
(Kōfu)
7
(Izu)
T
Cho U
(Kisei)
B+R B+0.5 W+2.5 B+1.5 4
Iyama Yuta
(Meijin)
B+R B+1.5 2

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "35th Kisei". igokisen.web.fc2.com. Archived from the original on 12 May 2011. Retrieved 5 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "History of Topics 2011". nihonkiin.or.jp/english. Archived from the original on 12 June 2011. Retrieved 21 June 2011. 
  3. ^ "History of Topics 2010". nihonkiin.or.jp/english. Archived from the original on 12 June 2011. Retrieved 21 June 2011. 
  4. ^ "Kisei Title". nihonkiin.or.jp. Retrieved 21 June 2011.