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How to play Shogi (Japanese Chess)


Learn the rules to the board game Shogi quickly and concisely - This video has no distractions, just the rules. Don't own the game? - buy it here: 🤍 - buy it here: 🤍 - buy it here: 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 - 🤍 (As an Amazon Affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases) RULES: The object of the game is to capture your opponent’s King. Setup. Layout the board. Each player sets out their pieces so the pointed end faces towards their opponent. All pieces start with the black side up and are arranged in the following order: Pawns are placed across the 3rd row. On the second row, place the Bishop on the second space in from the left and the Rook on the second space in from the right. On the bottom row, going from left to right, the order is: Lance, Knight, Silver General, Gold General, King, Gold General, Silver General, Knight, Lance. The opposing King will have an extra mark differentiating it. Pick a player to go first, then turns alternate. On your turn, you must move 1 piece or drop 1 piece. The King can move 1 space in any direction. The Gold General can move 1 space in any direction except diagonally backwards. The Silver General can move one space diagonally in any direction or one space forward. The Knight can jump 1 space forward then 1 space diagonally forward. The Knight is the only piece allowed to jump over other pieces in its path. The Lance can move any number of free spaces forward. The Bishop can move any number of free spaces in any diagonal direction. The Rook can move any number of free spaces forward, backward, left, or right. A Pawn can only move 1 space forward. Each player has a promotion zone on the farthest third of the board, the 3 rows that their opponent’s pieces started on. If a piece moves into, out of, or within the promotion zone, the player may choose to promote the piece at the end of the turn. Promotion is indicated by turning the piece over after a move, showing its promoted value, typically the red side. The promoted Silver General, promoted Knight, promoted Lance, and the promoted Pawn can move as a Gold General, 1 space in any direction except diagonally backwards. The promoted Bishop can move any number of free spaces in any diagonal direction or 1 space forwards, backwards, left, or right. The promoted Rook can move any number of free spaces forward, backward, left, or right; or 1 space in any diagonal direction. If a piece reaches the far side of the board so that it would no longer have a legal move on future turns, it must be promoted. Pieces remain promoted until they are captured. Your pieces may not share a space with another piece but instead capture the first opponent’s piece they move into. Captured pieces are removed from the board and placed on the capturer’s side of the table in plain view of both players. On your turn, instead of moving a piece, you may choose to add 1 of the pieces you have captured onto any vacant space on the board. This is called dropping a piece. The piece is always dropped with its un-promoted value face up. You may not drop a Pawn onto a column which already contains one of your unpromoted Pawns, but you are allowed to if that Pawn was promoted. A Pawn may not be dropped to give immediate checkmate, however, other pieces may be dropped to give immediate checkmate. No piece may be dropped onto a space from which it will have no possible future moves. If you drop a piece on the promotion zone, your piece does not get promoted until it moves on a future turn. When your King is able to be captured during your opponent’s next turn it is called being in “check”. When your King is in check you must protect it and get it out of check. If it is impossible to save the King, then it is called checkmate. The first player to checkmate their opponent’s King, wins.

How to Play Shogi


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How Quickly Can I Beat a Professional Shogi Master??


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: 🤍

Famous Shogi Games: HABU vs KATOU (Jan. 9th, 1989)


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: 🤍

Tips for beginners #1 (greedy is bad)


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: 🤍

How to Play Japanese Chess - Shogi


How to play Japanese chess (shogi), all the rules and free download of a rule booklet, from

Manao Kagawa, Pro Shogi Player - toco toco


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: 🤍

Maschenko Anna - Shipkin Sergiy. Ukaine Shogi Cup - 2018 (Lviv)


Ukaine Shogi Cup - 2018 tournament (Lviv) Maschenko Anna - Shipkin Sergiy.

Go - Basic Rules


A brief intro to the rules of Go. To learn more about Go please check out these other Udacity videos: Why Go is so Difficult for AI: 🤍 Go - Life & Death: 🤍

Famous Shogi Games: HABU vs NAKAGAWA (Oct. 14th, 2007)


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! 🤍 🤍

Shogi sensation: Japanese take on chess finds new fans thanks to teen prodigy Sota Fujii


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

Shogi Openings, Ureshino 1: Here we go!


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: 🤍

Shogi Openings: Demon Killer


A well-known opening trap. Learn how to defend correctly against it in case your opponent used it against you.

Hikaru Blunders While Playing SpongeBob Chess!


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How to play Shogi (将棋)


✅ 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.

Tips for beginners #5 (castles - basic strategies)


My microphone was weird today :x 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: 🤍

The Recent Chess Cheating Accusations ARE NOTHING Next to Japan's Biggest Shogi Scandal


What happened when one of Japan's greatest shogi players suddenly found himself labeled a cheater. 00:00 THE KING BOWS OUT 02:23 AMBIGUOUS AFTERMATH 04:45 DRAGON DECIDER 07:24 BATHROOM BREAKING THE RULES 10:01 EMERGENCY MEETING 11:47 JUMPING TO CONCLUSIONS 14:00 SHUUBAN 18:06 WHAT I LEARNED IN SCHOOL TODAY Ishikari Lore by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Mighty and Meek by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Lord of the Land by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Intractable by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍

How to PLAY SHOGI in 1 MINUTE! #shogi #将棋 #japanese #chess


How to play Shogi in one minute! This is inspired by's 1 minute Shogi video!

Famous Shogi Games: HANAMURA vs OYAMA (Sep. 10th, 1962)


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: 🤍

Famous Shogi Games: BONANZA vs WATANABE (Mar. 21st, 2007)


A historic game between a topflight professional player and the strongest AI, Bonanza.

Shogi News: 68th Meijin Title Match, Game4 (HABU vs MIURA)


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.

Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics (Switch) - Game #17: Shogi


Game #17 on our list of 51 Worldwide Classics is another game derived from the same game that inspired chess, Shogi! This is Japan's most popular variant of chess, but it's much more complicated than simply a Japanese version of chess. The goal is still the same, to checkmate the opposing king (place him under attack with no possible escape), but there are new pieces, a new mechanic, and alterations to certain chess mechanics. First, pawns capture straight ahead instead of diagonally like in chess and cannot opt to move two spaces on their first move, basically confining them to one single file until they reach the other side and get promoted. Second, knights cannot move sideways or backwards like in chess though they can make the same forward movements.Third, because of the placement of the king and rook in shogi as opposed to chess, castling is not possible. The new pieces in shogi are the gold general (which moves one space at a time either forward, on a forward diagonal, sideways, or straight back), the silver general (which moves one space at a time either straight forward or on any diagonal), and the lance (which is like the rook except it can only move straight forward). The promotion mechanic is drastically different in shogi than it is in chess. In chess, only a pawn can be promoted to another existing piece once it reaches the opposite side of the board. In shogi, any piece except the king or a gold general can opt for a promotion once it reaches the enemy base (back three ranks) making them more powerful. Promoted pawns, knights, lances, and silver generals will effectively become gold generals with the same moveset, a promoted rook can move one space diagonally in addition to its normal horizontal and vertical movement, and a promoted bishop can move one space horizontally and vertically in addition to its normal diagonal movement. But the biggest new mechanic in shogi that drastically differentiates it from chess is the mechanic of summoning captured pieces back to the board. After you capture an opposing piece, it becomes an ally that you can set back on the board to fight for your side. Normally, each side only gets one rook and one bishop, but if you can capture the opposing rook or bishop and summon it back to your side, you can quickly turn the tides with both copies of the most powerful pieces in the game! There are four difficulty levels of CPU opponents to face: Normal, Hard, Amazing, and Impossible, which all must be faced in order. Beat the Impossible CPU to master the game. Also, you can decide which player goes first, and each time you play it, you can unlock a piece of trivia about the game. There are four pieces of trivia about Shogi: 1. Shogi pieces have five sides so you can more easily tell yours apart from your opponent's. 2. The most common mistake in professional matches is attempting the Double Pawn. 3. Did you know that in Japan, Nintendo still sells real shogi boards complete with pieces? 4. If you're about to lose, try tilting the console back and forth and see what happens! (Don't do this with an actual board, though.) Personal story: I have no personal recollection of Shogi. This is my first time ever playing it. = Subscribe and ring the bell for more content! 🤍 Backup Channel #1: 🤍 Backup Channel #2: 🤍 My Backloggery: 🤍 Help Translate my Videos!: 🤍 Get TubeBuddy: 🤍 My Cyberscore Profile: 🤍 My Profile: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Miiverse: 🤍 My Mario Maker Levels: 🤍 Steam: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Game Anyone Video Walkthroughs: 🤍 = #ClubhouseGames #51WorldwideClassics #Shogi #Trivia #ImpossibleAI #Mastery #gaming #YouTube #subscribe #comment #video

Epic story with Shogi you never Seen #2 :)


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IM Greg Shahade tries to play Shogi


While I was in Tokyo I had the pleasure of playing national master Alex Averbukh in a game of Shogi. Enjoy the new pieces that move in funny ways!

Shogi Openings, Ishida 1: Introduction


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: 🤍

Playing Shogi - Game 7: Playing a beginner


It looked like my opponent was just starting to learn the game, the 9 Kyu rating is what you get when you first join the server.



Competed in the largest Shogi event in Europe last month, and wanted to share the experience with you! Hope you enjoy, and see you at the Harbour ;) = Shogi Harbour discord: 🤍 Shogi Harbour twitch: 🤍 ESC Results: 🤍 (p.s. I ranked 34th out of 87 participants!) My games from the tournament + post game analysis: 🤍 FESA Website (upcoming tournaments in Europe): 🤍 Gregory's channel (for any Polish speakers!): 🤍 For first-time players, check out lishogi: 🤍 Also I'm gonna start streaming again by the end of this month, so if you wanna see more of me, you can watch me on Thursday's at: 🤍 Enjoy the rabbit-hole, and see ya next time! = Music creds: Kicktracks - Manilla chill #chesslifestyle #shogi #shogiharbour

Shogi - game analysis #1


Analysis of the game between 7 kyu and 9 kyu on 81dojo. If you would like to have your game analysed by me, just let me know :) Quality will be better next time, by mistake I've used some settings which I've used for streaming purposes with a bad latency, so it's a very low resolution :(

Famous Shogi Games: HABU vs KIMURA (Sep. 1st, 2001)


kid=2768. Habu vs. Kimura, in 14th Ryu-ou Tournament. Habu made an incredibly simple mistake. Don't miss it. Playlist: 🤍

CHESS and SHOGI: ULTIMATE GUIDE of the differences between


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 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 🤍 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

Playing Shogi - Game 1


My first video where I play a game of Shogi with some live commentary. I'm still a beginner, so don't expect too much!

The most amazing festival - Ningen Shogi


Ningen shogi (human shogi) is a full size shogi battle... Sakura, samurais and shogi, what more do we need?! Join the first day of the festival with me! You can find the official event broadcast on niconico (Japanese). 🤍

Aesthetics of game : shogi, Japanese traditional culture/GAME CHRONICLE/IS JAPAN COOL?(羽生善治)


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”.

【Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics】WHEN CHESS PLAYER MEETS SHOGI PLAYER【Hololive ID 2nd Gen】


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All About Shogi Notations (Japanese, Western, Mixed)


Learning about notation will help you read shogi books and other materials. It will help you write down your game record. It is an important step in shogi journey! Feel free to ask any questions in the comments below. Join us on shogi live stream every Sunday 21:00 Japan time at 🤍 . More notation examples on JSA page: 🤍

Japanese Chess - Shogi 101 (Full Introduction, Kanji & International Pieces)


Welcome to the world of shogi, Japanese chess. If you want to know more join us on discord: 🤍 Feel free to jump to our live stream: 🤍

Board Game Discussion - We don't talk about Shogi


Shogi, often referred to as "Japanese Chess", comes to us from the same era as Western Chess, but has an incredibly deeper strategic aspect, advanced promotions, and is ranked higher on BoardGameGeek. So why is it that we never really hear much about it? Shogi is complicated. Shogi is really hard. I'm also absolutely terrible at it. But that's just me. There's plenty of folks who are actually good. More to the point, though, Shogi has rules and concepts very similar to Western-style Chess; in the end you're trying to capture your opponent's king in checkmate, and individual pieces have specific movement rules, most of which will be recognizable to Chess players. There's a much deeper pool of strategic depth in Shogi, however. Between pieces being able to get promoted to more advanced versions to using your opponent's captured pieces against them. So why don't we hear much about Shogi in the board gaming community? It's ranked higher than chess in BGG's abstract games, is easy to get, and has been around since the same medieval era, but only has ~1/20th of the ratings. Is it the fact that so much of the world was conquered by England/Spain/Portugal, rather than Japan, so Chess as most people know it spread farther? Is it due to the relative difficulty of differentiating the pieces for non-native readers? Or something else? Let me know in the comments! If you'd like to give it a whirl, you can play some Shogi here: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Be sure to follow me on Twitter (🤍 and Twitch (🤍 for notifications of new videos and livestreaming games! Check out my facebook page at 🤍 Join in my Discord discussion here - 🤍

Yakuza Kiwami - Shogi Minigame ( Easy Way) - Win 5 shogi games without a take back


The opponent will always do the same thing with this strategy, move the pieces I do in the same order and position, then after you win, repeat this process 4 more times for a total of 5 victories.

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