Kifu

Game records from the International Shogi Forum (ISF). All kifu are linked to the shogi playground website.

 

Available kifu from the 7th International Shogi Festival 2017 in Kita Kyushu, Japan.

ISF2017 had 3 preliminary rounds, after which players where divided to class A and B depending on their result.

Class A and B were knockout tournaments. Top 3 places were awarded.

Open tournament was a parallel tournament open for all the players to join.

7th ISF excel file

ISF2017 – Preliminary round 1

ISF2017 – Preliminary round 2

ISF2017 – Preliminary round 3

ISF2017 – B class games:

ISF2017 – A class games:

ISF2017 – Open tournament (2 kifu):


Available kifu from the 6th International Shogi Festival 2014 in Shizuoka, Japan.

ISF2014 had 12 preliminary groups with 2-3 games per player. Depending on the result, the players where divided to A (2 wins) and B (2 losses) classes.

Class A and B were knockout tournaments. Top 3 places were awarded.

No Open tournament kifu available.

 

Final preliminary groups diagram PDF

ISF2014 – Preliminary round 1, all groups

ISF2014 – Preliminary round 2, all groups

ISF2014 – Preliminary round 3, all groups

Final B class diagram PDF

ISF2014 – B class games:

Final A class diagram PDF

ISF2014 – A class games:


Available kifu from the 5th International Shogi Festival 2011 in Paris, France.

Final results top 3:

  1. Fortin Jean (France)
  2. Abuczki Laszlo (Hungary)
  3. Cheymol Eric (France)

Available kifu from the 4th International Shogi Festival 2008 in Tendo, Japan.

B class games, Kyu group:

Main tournament:

A class games, Dan group:

Eliminations:

  • Pfaffel – Hartman
  • Tolonen – Dresow
  • Stroud – Pottier
  • Zapara – Schepper
  • Sato – Ngaolertloi
  • Schepper – Chritoffersen
  • Hartman – Drechsler
  • Korchitskij – Stroud
  • Abe – Dresow
  • Sato – Baker

Main tournament:

  • Oosten – Baker
  • Tang – Korchitskij
  • Hosking – Abe
  • Kasahi – Baker
  • Kolomiyets – Schepper
  • Oosten – Zapara
  • Tolonen – Tang
  • Hartman – Oosten
  • Kolomiyets – Baker
  • Pottier – Korchitskij
  • Tang – Abe
  • Baker – Tang
  • Oosten – Korchitskij

Final results top 3, Dan group:

  1. Shunjie Tang (China)
  2. Baker Alan (Great Britain)
  3. Korchitsky Sergey (Belarus)

Final results top 3, Kyu group:

  1. Shcherbina Alexander (Ukraine)
  2. Teerapabpaisit Wisuwat (Thailand)
  3. Nguyen Anh Tuan (France)

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