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-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
14 January
 
 
Honda Kunihasa0
 
11 February
 
Hikosaka Naoto1
 
Hikosaka Naoto0
 
21 January
 
Ryu Shikun1
 
Ryu Shikun1
 
4 March
 
Seto Taiki0
 
Ryu Shikun1
 
7 January
 
Kiyonari Tetsuya0
 
Ishida Yoshio1
 
11 February
 
Komatsu Hideki0
 
Ishida Yoshio0
 
14 January
 
Kiyonari Tetsuya1
 
Kurotaki Masaki0
 
 
Kiyonari Tetsuya1
 
 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
28 January
 
 
Yuki Satoshi0
 
18 February
 
Mimura Tomoyasu1
 
Mimura Tomoyasu0
 
17 December
 
So Yokoku1
 
So Yokoku1
 
18 March
 
Shida Tatsuya1
 
So Yokoku0
 
7 January
 
Yamashiro Hiroshi1
 
Kim Sujun0
 
18 February
 
Ogata Masaki1
 
Ogata Masaki0
 
14 January
 
Yamashiro Hiroshi1
 
Yamashiro Hiroshi1
 
 
Cho Chikun0
 
 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
17 December
 
 
Kato Atsushi1
 
28 January
 
Chin Kaei0
 
Kato Atushi1
 
7 January
 
Nakano Yasuhiro0
 
Goto Shungo0
 
25 February
 
Nakano Yasuhiro1
 
Kato Atsushi1
 
17 December
 
Sakai Hideyuki0
 
Kubo Hideo0
 
4 February
 
Oya Koichi1
 
Oya Koichi0
 
24 December
 
Sakai Hideyuki1
 
Sakai Hideyuki1
 
 
Miyazawa Goro0
 
 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
17 December
 
 
Ko Reibun1
 
21 January
 
Matsumoto Takehisa0
 
Ko Reibun0
 
17 December
 
O Meien1
 
O Meien1
 
25 February
 
Ueki Yoshio0
 
O Meien1
 
7 January
 
Ko Iso0
 
Cho Sonjin0
 
28 January
 
Ko Iso1
 
Ko Iso1
 
7 January
 
Ri Ishu0
 
Nakano Hironari0
 
 
Ri Ishu1
 

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.