## GM Wang JiaLiang wins in 16 moves! The shortest game GM Wang had played.

GM Wang JiaLiang is 3 times first runner up for China Man Individual Xiangqi Tournament 1956, 1957 and 1959.

Summary:
In #12, Red played C6+6 to block Black elephant's eye was the key move. Black responded with K5+1 was a mistake. Red took this opportunity to attack Black's center file and finally won the game.

1. C2=5  H8+7    2. H2+3  H2+3    3. H8+9  …………

As today Xiangqi's opening theory, the common move would be H8+7 for proper horses formation.

3. …………  P3+1    4. R1=2  R9=8    5. R2+6  P7+1    6. C8=6  H7+6

Black advances his horse is too hurry. A better move would be C2+1.

7. R9=8  R1=2    8. R8+6  E7+5

Based on actual game's result, E3+5 would be a better choice for Black.

9. C5+4  H3+5   10. R2=5  C8=7

Black still not aware Red's actual plan.A better move would be R2+1 to defense.

11. R5-1  H6+7   12. C6+6  …………

Key move!

12. …………  K5+1

Black mistake! A better move would be A6+5, however Red still somehow better position.

13. R8=5  …………

Excellent move.

13. …………  H7-6

Black forces to return his horse to protect his central elephant.

14. -R=4  C7+5   15. C6-4  C2+2

Another mistake, Black should play K5-1. Anyway, Red has gained huge advantage.

16. R4-3

Black resigns. Red wins.

Red is capturing Black's cannon in the same time prepare for C6=5. Black is hard to defend.