On November 27, the 2nd game of 13rd Kurashiki Tohka-sen was held between Kurashiki Tohka Shimizu and Challenger Yauchi Lady 4 dan at Kurashiki city in Okayama prefecture. Yauchi made a first move. Shimizu won the game with 124 moves and she has defended the title with the score of 2-0. you can replay the game here.
After the resignation of the move 124 of +Nx7f, the possible variation would be as follows;
Kx7f B-6g+ K8f Rx8e K-9g P9e(Upper Diagram)
After the diagram, if Black took the pawn with Px9e, then
S*9f Kx9f Lx9e(mate)
S*9f K-8h Rx8g+ K-7i +R-7h(mate)
If black responded to 124 +N-7f with K-9g, then Rx8e(Lower diagram)
If black defended by N*8f, S*8f or B*8f from the diagram, then Rx8f Px8f N*8e Px8e S*8f K-8h S-8g+ K-7i B-7h+(mate).
If black defended by N*7i to protect the square of 8g, then Rx8g(!) Nx8g S*8f K-8h Sx8g+ K-7i B-7h+(mate).
If black defended by S*8h or G*8h to protect the square of 8g, then P9e would be a decisive move.
In any case, Yauchi would be hopeless. So she resigned. Congratulation on Shimizu's defending the title.