Naruyuki Hatakeyama

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Naruyuki Hatakeyama
Native name 畠山成幸
Born (1969-06-03) June 3, 1969 (age 49)
Hometown Kanagawa Prefecture
Nationality Japanese
Career
Achieved professional status October 1, 1989(1989-10-01) (aged 20)
Badge Number 193
Rank 8 dan
Teacher Masayuki Moriyasu (ja)
Tournaments won 1
Meijin class B2
Ryūō class 4
Websites
JSA profile page

Naruyuki Hatakeyama (畠山 成幸, Hatakeyama Naruyuki, June 3, 1969) is a Japanese professional shogi player, ranked 8-dan.[1]

Hatakeyama's twin brother Mamoru is also a professional shogi player. They are the only twins to become professional in history and both became (4-dan) professionals on the same day.[2][3]

Promotion history[edit]

Hatakeyama's promotion history is as follows:[4]

  • 1983: 6-kyū
  • 1986: 1-dan
  • 1989, October 1: 4-dan
  • 1993, April 1: 5-dan
  • 1996, April 1: 6-dan
  • 2003, May 19: 7-dan
  • 2017, March 8: 8-dan

Titles and other championships[edit]

Hatakeyama has won one non-major-title championship during his career. He defeated Tadahisa Maruyama to win the Quick Play Young Professionals Tournament (ja) in 1994.[2][5][6]

Awards and honors[edit]

In 2014, Hatakeyama received the Japan Shogi Association's "25 Years Service Award" for being an active professional for twenty-five years.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kishi Dētabēsu: Hatakeyama Naruyuki" 棋士データベース: 畠山成幸 [Professional Shogi Player Database: Naruyuki Hatakeyama] (in Japanese). Japan Shogi Association. Retrieved February 28, 2018.
  2. ^ a b c Geneki Purō Kishi DētaBukku 2016 [Ge] Ta-Wa Gyō 現役プロ棋士データブック2016 [下] た-わ行 [2016 Active Shogi Professional Databook [Last volume] Letter "Ta" to letter "Wa"] (in Japanese). MyNabi Publishing/Japan Shogi Association. 2015. p. 26. ASIN B019SSNKVA. Retrieved March 7, 2018 – via Google Books.
  3. ^ Niidoi, Hitoaki (October 30, 2017). "Hatakeyama Mamoru Shichidan Deshi to Issho ni Kensan" 畠山鎮七段 弟子と一緒に研さん [Mamoru Hatakeyama 7d his apprentices]. Mainichi Shimbun (in Japanese). Retrieved March 7, 2018.
  4. ^ "Kishi Dētabēsu: Hatakeyama Naruyuki Shōdan Rireki" 棋士データベース: 畠山成幸 昇段履歴 [Professional Shogi Player Database: Naruyuki Hatakeyama Promotion History] (in Japanese). Japan Shogi Association. Retrieved March 7, 2018.
  5. ^ "Kishi Dētabēsu: Hatakeyama Naruyuki Yūshō Rireki" 棋士データベース: 畠山成幸 優勝履歴 [Professional Shogi Player Database: Naruyuki Hatakeyama Championship History] (in Japanese). Japan Shogi Association. Retrieved March 7, 2018.
  6. ^ "Hayazashi Shōgi Senshukensen・Hayazashi Shineisen [Rekidai Yūshōsha Ishiran]" 早指し将棋選手権戦・早指し新鋭戦 [歴代優勝者一覧] [Quick Play Shogi Tournament・Quick Play Young Professionals Tournament: Winner's List] (in Japanese). Japan Shogi Association. Retrieved March 7, 2018.

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