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Today I learn how to play Japanese chess a.k.a. shogi from professional shogi master Karolina Styczyńska to hopefully beat her in one game... WATCH ME LIVE: 🤍 FOLLOW SENSEI: Twitch: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Shogi Harbour Community Discord: 🤍 EDITED BY MUDAN: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Main Channel: 🤍
Learn the rules to the board game Backgammon quickly and concisely - This visually rich video has no distractions, just the rules. Para verlo en español, mira este video: 🤍 Para assistir em português, confira este vídeo: 🤍 Don't own the game? Buy it here: amazon.com - 🤍 amazon.ca - 🤍 amazon.uk - 🤍 amazon.es - 🤍 amazon.de - 🤍 amazon.fr - 🤍 amazon.it - 🤍 amazon.nl - 🤍 amazon.se - 🤍 amazon.pl - 🤍 (As an Amazon Affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases) 0:00 – Objective 0:15 – The Board 0:44 – Set up 1:00 – Before Starting 1:17 – Starting 1:45 – Completing a Turn 2:20 – Dice & Moves 3:25 – Playing a Roll 3:50 – A Blot & The Bar 4:05 – Checker 4:50 – Bearing Off 5:43 – Stake Per Point 5:50 – Doubling 6:15 – Re-Double 6:40 – End Game 7:06 – To Win 7:22 – Optional Rules RULES: 🤍 Each player rolls one die. The player with the highest die goes first but uses the results of both dice rolled on their first turn. If it is a die then both players reroll. When rolling dice you must roll both dice together in your cup onto your right-hand section of the board. If any dice go outside of your board, land on a checker, or doesn’t land flat, the roll is invalid and you must reroll both dice. A turn is completed when the player picks up his dice. If the play is incomplete or otherwise illegal, the opponent has the option of accepting the play as made or requiring the player to make a legal play. A play is deemed to have been accepted as made when the opponent rolls his dice or offers a double to start his own turn. If a player rolls before his opponent has picked up the dice to complete his turn, the player's roll is voided. This rule is generally waived any time a play is forced, like when your opponent is unable to play. The dice indicate how many points you can move a checker. Checkers always move around the board in the direction from your opponent’s home base, to their outer board, to your outer board, then into your home base. A checker may only be moved to an empty point, a point you already have checkers in, or a point that is occupied by exactly one opponent checker. You may move the same checker more than once a turn. A player who rolls doubles plays the numbers shown on the dice twice, for a total of 4 moves. The player may move any combination of checkers he feels appropriate to complete this requirement. A player must use both numbers of a roll if this is legally possible, or all four numbers of a double. When only one number can be played, the player must play that number. If either number can be played but not both, the player must play the larger one. When neither number can be used, the player loses his turn. In the case of doubles, when all four numbers cannot be played, the player must play as many numbers as he can. A point occupied by a single checker of either color is called a blot. If an opposing checker lands on a blot, the blot is removed and placed on the middle-raised area of the board, called: the bar. Any time a player has one or more checkers on the bar, his first obligation is to enter those checkers into the opposing home board. A checker is entered by moving it to an open point corresponding to one of the numbers on the rolled dice. 1 being the 24 point and 6 being the 19 point. If neither of the points are open, the player loses his turn. If a player can enter some, but not all of his checkers, he must enter as many as he can and then forfeit the remainder of his turn. After all the player’s checkers on the bar have been entered, any unused numbers on the dice must be played, by moving either the checker that was entered or a different checker. Once a player has moved all fifteen of his checkers into his home board, he may begin bearing them off. A player bears off a checker by rolling a number that corresponds to the point on which the checker resides, and then removing that checker from the board. Thus, rolling a 3 permits the player to remove a checker from the 3 point. A player is under no obligation to bear off if he can make an otherwise legal move. If there is no checker on the point indicated by the roll, the player must make a legal move using a checker on a higher-numbered point. If there are no checkers on higher-numbered points, the player is required to bear off a checker from the highest point on which one of his checkers resides. For example, if you roll a three, you cannot bear off a 1 point checker unless that is the only point where checkers remain...
kid=9815. Yoshiharu Habu vs Hifumi Katou, in 38th NHK-cup tournament. Habu uses Climbing Silver strategy, which is Katou's forte. You'll see Habu's brilliant Silver drop. [ Additional information from Takodori-san ](Thanks!) In this term, Teenager Habu beat four great players who experienced Meijin such as Oyama, Kato, Tanigawa and Nakahara to be the winner of the tournament. Lots of Japanese shogi fans were very impressed and felt that a new hero emerged in shogi world at that time. Playlist: 🤍
Short and on topic, easy tips for shogi beginners. Today we start with openings, double static rook trap. Shogi Harbour is Ladies Shogi Professional Player, who enjoys teaching shogi. Watch us live: 🤍 Join our discord: 🤍
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How to play Shogi in one minute! This is inspired by AncientChess.com's 1 minute Shogi video!
Ukaine Shogi Cup - 2018 tournament (Lviv) Maschenko Anna - Shipkin Sergiy.
toco toco - Manao Kagawa, Pro Shogi Player TODAY'S GUEST Manao Kagawa, Pro Shogi Player 今回のゲスト 香川愛生、女流棋士 PLACES WE WENT TO Shirataki Gofukuten, Akatsuka Area Hatonomori Shrine, Sendagaya Area Japan Shogi Association Building, Sendagaya Area Jinro Room, Shibuya Area 訪れた場所 白瀧呉服店、 赤塚周辺 鳩森八幡神社、千駄ヶ谷周辺 将棋会館、千駄ヶ谷周辺 人狼ルーム、渋谷周辺 ◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇ In this episode, we spend the day with Manao Kagawa, a young shogi professional player. Shogi, that we can simply describe as Japanese chess, is a Japanese board strategy game that shares the same roots as chess. Kagawa started playing in 3rd grade and turned pro when she was still 15 years old. As it is a traditional game, players, especially professionals, wear a kimono when playing. Our first stop with Kagawa will be at Shirataki Gofukuten, a kimono shop that traditionally provides kimonos for shogi players since more than 150 years. It also organizes a yearly shogi tournament for women, where the winner is awarded with a kimono. We will then head towards the Sendagaya area to the Hatonomori shrine, which is a shrine dedicated to shogi. Many shogi players gather here at the start of each year for a traditional ceremony where they pray to the shogi gods. Close to the shrine lies the Shogi Kaikan, which are the headquarters of the Japan Shogi Association and the main practice center for most shogi players, including Kagawa. As a pro, she now plays on the upper floors of the building, where each of her game results is archived and contributes to her rank. Our last stop will be at the Jinro room in Shibuya, one of the rare spaces in Tokyo dedicated to the Werewolf game, one of Kagawa’s passions. She will tell us more about her vision about games and the importance they play in her life. ◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇ TOCO TOCO's previous episode: Katsura Hashino, Game Creator 🤍 TOCO TOCO's next episode: Yoko Taro, Game Creator 🤍 Manao Kagawa on Twitter: 🤍
I don't know how much do we want to study one opening? Should I explain something differently? Please tell me what you are thinking :) Shogi Harbour is a Ladies Shogi Professional Player, who enjoys teaching shogi. Shogi is similar to chess, but from Japan and cooler. Shogi Harbour is also shogi online community. Join us on discord TODAY! Watch us live: 🤍 Join our discord: 🤍 Book link: 🤍
0:08 Design of the Pieces 1:12 Chess and Shogi Board 2:19 Capturing Pieces 3:14 Piece Promotion 4:14 Piece Movement 4:52 Castling 5:29 Draws & Stalemate 6:15 Handicap Games 7:41 Ratings & Titles 9:44 Time Controls Where to play Shogi? Lishogi: 🤍 81Dojo: 🤍 Are you curious about the differences between Chess and Shogi? Look no further than this ultimate guide! In this video, we'll explore the 10 key differences between Chess and Shogi. From their pieces to their different rules, you'll gain a comprehensive understanding of what sets these two games apart. Whether you're a seasoned player or a beginner, this video is perfect for anyone who wants to expand their knowledge of Chess and Shogi. = Special thanks to Shogi Harbour members. Karolina 🤍ShogiHarbour - for allowing me to use picture from WOSC/ESC 2022. ddeo - for making the engraved_cz Shogi set that is available on lishogi.org 🤍 Rida 🤍Ridaha for helping out with some of the draft. = Socials! Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 = Check out my YT Shorts! Shogi Rules in one Minute! 🤍 Shogi Pieces Movements 🤍 jienjien's thoughts 🤍 #chess #shogi #differences #boardgames #strategy #gaming #games #mindgames #ultimateguide #comparisons #将棋 #japanese #culture
GAME CHRONICLE / IS JAPAN COOL? 🤍 Revealing Japan’s game culture and innovative history “Game Chronicle” focuses on the complex world of Japanese games — which draws fans into a whirlwind of excitement and innovation. Video games are the combined product of creators' imagination and developers’ passion. Wherever game professionals gather, we find team spirit and tireless dedication to product refinement. In this feature, we cover four eras of Japanese games (1980s, 1990s, 2000s, 2010s) and 100 topics — including hardware and software evolution, arcade games, latest e-sports, and Japan’s longtime favorite traditional games. We’re also exhibiting a “special collection” of events and anecdotes to enrich the history of Japanese games, so site visitors can better enjoy game culture. Moreover, our “Interview” section features 11 Japanese game industry experts — who reveal the essential appeal of games beloved worldwide. Yoshiharu Habu Born in 1970 in Saitama prefecture. Mr. Habu is a master player of Japanese traditional chess — shogi. He started playing shogi at age 6 and became qualified as professional when he was 15 years old. When he was 19, he won his first championship title, called Ryuo. In 1996, he won all seven major titles in the shogi world — Ryuo, Meijin, Oi, Oza, Kio, Osho, and Kisei. In 2017, he won his seventh Ryuo title. Together with six lifetime titles he already holds, he has achieved the first-ever “Eternal Seven Crowns”.
kid=15872. One of the best in the games played by them. You are going to see Moriuchi's really cool move, along with pretty difficult middlegame lines.
kid=62857 A great turn-around game in NHK-cup tournament. Habu wins a completely losing game. You can also find videos on youtube where you can actually see them playing! 🤍 🤍
In this final video of the "Learn to play Shogi" series, I talk about how to play the game, starting with some common openings, typical checkmate patterns, and finishing with two short games. Here are some pointers to learn more about Shogi: HIDETCHI's How to play Shogi playlist: 🤍 episodes 17 to 20 talk about the openings HIDETCHI's Shogi Openings playlist: 🤍 Wikipedia's Shogi opening page: 🤍 Tsume Shogi is a free app that has a collection of Shogi endgame problems The book "Japanese Chess - The Game of Shogi" by Trevor Leggett is an English language introduction to Shogi. I also purchased a set of books from the website Nekomado Shop: 🤍 The books are in English, translated from the Japanese originals. The series is called "Shogi at a Glance". I haven't received them yet, but I am looking forward to checking them out. This website offers Shogi equipment and also has other English language books on Shogi.
Have you ever played a game of shogi where you were massacred by your opponent out of the opening? If that sounds like you, then this video on the URESHINO will be an easy fix to avoid mainline Joseki, and help you move past the opening and into the endgame, where your chess tactical skills will carry you through! Here is the Ureshino study I mentioned in the video: 🤍 I am streaming at twitch.tv/shogilifestyle so come join me there 😃 (I'll be preparing for the first fixture of the World Shogi League starting this March, so will be streaming a lot!) Also, if you are a shogi player from the UK, we have a new shogi discord server called the "British Shogi Group" where we will be promoting in-person and online tournaments, sharing shogi resources, and much more! Feel free to join the group here: 🤍 #chesslifestyle #shogilifestyle #ureshino
A great game that has been just played recently, which will surely be a famous game. Let's see Habu's Magic again.
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Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 The success of teen prodigy Sota Fujii has made shogi, the traditional Japanese version of chess, popular among younger generations. Fujii reached the game’s highest rank in July 2021 at the age of 19, the youngest player to reach the ninth-rank. Apprentices must attain first rank by 21 years old and fourth level by 26 to become a professional player. Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 #scmp #Asia #Japan
kid=11211. One of the most famous games in the history of professional shogi. You'll see Masuda's really famous and marvelous move.
An excellently designed Shog (Japanese Chess) set, to make the game easily accessible to international chess players. High quality pieces designed for immediate recognition take the foreign feel and language challenge out of the game, allowing players to immediately enjoy the complexities and subtleties of the game.
✅ Lesson 2. How to recognize Shogi pieces ✅ COMPLETE VIDEO SERIES: 🤍 ✅ Do you want to LEARN to play Japanese Chess/Shogi? In this video series, I will try to teach how to play shogi covering from the rules to topics such as opening, game strategy, tricks, or endgames. If you have any questions or want to play me a game, you can always find me at 🟣 Twitch - 🤍 🔵 Twitter - 🤍 🟠 My Shogi set on Amazon UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Hopefully, we will get Grandmasters like Hikaru Nakamura or Magnus Carlsen to play this game or even make a Pogchamps tournament. The funniest game I have seen in the top anime and best anime, and hope to see it more in the new upcoming anime 2021.
Yakuza Fan's official guide to Shogi. These are tips for absolute beginners or anyone that needs a refresher course. Even if you don't play Yakuza and just want to learn the basics of Shogi, this is a good spot to start. For a better more involved tutorial visit 🤍 I was just razzing him in the video but honestly they're great for a deeper understanding! Please Like and Subscribe! ▌Join the Family (Become a Patron): 🤍 Resources: ▌Quick Reference Booklet 🤍 ▌Practice Shogi online: 🤍 ▌Wikipedia: 🤍 ▌Shogi History: 🤍 Social: ▌Website: 🤍 ▌Twitter: 🤍 ▌Facebook: 🤍 Credits: ▌Yakuza 5 footage © SEGA ▌Music © SEGA ▌Shogi pieces art thanks to Wikipedia Users Akanemoto & Hari Seldon ▌Shogi Lesson 2 Footage (HIDETCHI) (Actually a fantastic resource if you're looking to play pro) ▌Thumbnail image thanks to flickr user yoppy ▌Summoners War CM © Com2uS Japan Corp.
The latest Meijin Title match between Yoshiharu Habu and Hiroyuki Miura. Miura has been losing against Habu in 3 games in a row so far. He must win this game to keep going with the title match.
Magnus Carlsen came to the game played five moves, offered a draw to Vidit Gujrathi and it all ended in just five moves! What happened? Check out in this video as we bring you the entire footage. Video: ChessBase India #Chess #ChessBaseIndia #grandchesstour Subscribe to the ChessBase India Channel on YouTube for more informative and exciting videos! - Subscribe to ChessBase India on YouTube: 🤍 Check out chessbase.in for quality news and updates: 🤍 Find all latest ChessBase DVD, Quality Chess books and other accessories: 🤍 You may also buy from ChessBase India storefront in Amazon India: 🤍 ChessBase India on Social Media Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 - In case of any questions feel free to reach out to our team at chessbaseindia🤍gmail.com
kid=7451. A game played by Motoji Hanamura and Yasuharu Oyama, in the 3rd-term Oui title match. Oyama made a marvelous deffense with a Bishop drop and won the game. Playlist: 🤍
Learn the rules to the board game Chinese Chess quickly and concisely - This video has no distractions, just the rules. Don't own the game? Buy it here: amazon.com - 🤍 amazon.ca - 🤍 amazon.uk - 🤍 amazon.es - 🤍 amazon.de - 🤍 amazon.fr - 🤍 amazon.it - 🤍 amazon.nl - 🤍 amazon.se - 🤍 amazon.pl - 🤍 amazon.com.br - 🤍 amazon.com.au - 🤍 amazon.co.jp - 🤍 (As an Amazon Affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases) RULES: The object of the game is to get your opponent’s general in a position where it is left with no option but to be captured in the next move, this is called a checkmate. Layout the board and each player picks a color and places their pieces on the intersecting lines as shown. Take note that the symbols for each color are slightly different. On each side of the board, against the back edge, is a 3 by 3 area with an “X” shape, that called the palace. In the center of the board, dividing the two opposing sides, is the river. Pieces may cross the river if their movement allows. Pick a player to go first then turns alternate. On your turn, you must move 1 piece, then your opponent goes. Pieces can capture opponent’s pieces by using their normal moves and landing on a point occupied by an enemy piece. Captured pieces are removed from the game and may no longer be used. The General may move one point either vertically or horizontally, but not diagonally, and is confined to the nine points within the palace. Also, a general may not move into a column, which is occupied by the enemy general, unless there is at least one piece positioned in between. The Guard moves one point diagonally and is confined to the palace. The elephant moves exactly two points in any diagonal direction and may not jump over intervening pieces or cross the river. The horse moves one point horizontally or vertically to a vacant point, and then one point diagonally. It may not jump another piece. The Chariot moves as many points as it wishes horizontally or vertically. It cannot jump over pieces in its path. The Cannon moves as many points as it wishes horizontally or vertically. To capture, however, a cannon must jump over exactly one piece, of any color, along its line of movement. The Soldier moves one point forward towards the enemy’s side of the board. Once a soldier has crossed the river, it is allowed to move 1 point forward or one point horizontally. A soldier may never move backward. If your general is in danger of being captured on the next move, that general is in check, and your opponent must say “check”. You must now either move your General out of check, block the check, or capture the piece threatening check. If you are unable to do so without escaping capture on the following turn, then your opponent has checkmated you and they win the game. If you force your opponent to repeat their move by repeating your move a second time, you must break the cycle with a different move on your next turn. If you check your opponent three times in a row in a way that repeats their positions, then your opponent must forfeit, and you win.
Oh, did you miss the blooper? Sorry for missing on Thursday video, has a stressful situation come up! We will be back on Wednesday. Shogi Harbour is a Ladies Shogi Professional Player, who enjoys teaching shogi. Shogi is similar to chess, but from Japan and cooler. Shogi Harbour is also shogi online community. Join us on discord TODAY! Watch us live: 🤍 Join our discord: 🤍
In my second rep for Team GB in Shogi, I had the pleasure of playing a prodigy from the US! Watch until the end to find out how I got on ;)) [ If you're new to shogi, take a look at this video to learn how to play! 🤍 ] [ If you're from the UK and interested in the shogi scene, join our "British Shogi Group" discord here: 🤍 ] [ If you want to get into shogi, 100% join the shogiharbour discord, by far the best online shogi community! 🤍 ] [ And lastly, find me on twitch at twitch.tv/ShogiLifestyle - I'm streaming every Mon/Tues/Thur/Fri mornings! ] #chesslifestyle #shogilifestyle #worldshogileague
✅ Lesson 0. Introduction and some basic formalities of the game. ✅ COMPLETE VIDEO SERIES: 🤍 ✅ Do you want to LEARN to play Japanese Chess/Shogi? In this video series, I will try to teach how to play shogi covering from the rules to topics such as opening, game strategy, tricks, or endgames. If you have any questions or want to play me a game, you can always find me at 🟣 Twitch - 🤍 🔵 Twitter - 🤍 🟠 My Shogi set on Amazon UK: 🤍 US: 🤍 Hopefully, we will get Grandmasters like Hikaru Nakamura or Magnus Carlsen to play this game or even make a Pogchamps tournament. The funniest game I have seen in the top anime and best anime, and hope to see it more in new upcoming anime 2021.
Pavel Valkov (3 Dan) and Sergei Lysenka (3 Dan) play the semifinal game of the 6th Minsk Shogi Classic. The culmination of the tournament is the Magister match, which will take place in the end of June 2023. Kifu: 🤍 Time format: 60 min + 60 sec byoyomi 🔥 Special thanks to: James Davies, Petr Shcheslenak, Akifumi Kikuchi, Vincent Tanyan, Sergey Timohin, Mihail Mishutin and Nikolay Rabchinsky for supporting! You can support us in our efforts in promoting shogi with a small donation: 🔥 🤍 #shogi #将棋 #chess
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