On March 28, the 5th game of 32nd Kio-sen between Kio Moriuchi and Challenger Kisei Sato was held in Tokyo, Japan. Sato was a Sente(black) player as a result of Frigoma and won the game in 105 moves. You may replay the game through this page. And you can see lots of pictures about this game in JSA's blog of Kio-sen . Sato became the new Kio title holder with the score of 3-2 by this victory. Kio sen is 3-wins match. He challenged Oui, Ouza, Ryuoh and Osho in vain for this fiscal year(April through March). Congratulation on Sato's final win in his 5th and final title match as a challenger for the year.
The diagram above is the resignation diagram where Sato took the promoted Silver on 7h by his King. There is no mate for Sente(Black, lower side of the diagram)'s King and no defence for Gote(White, upper side of the diagram)'s King. The possible variations I analyzed are as followings;
G-5h S*8d Kx8d S*7e K-9c S*9d(!) K-9b N*8d K-8b +P-7b(mate)
G-5h S*8d Kx8d S*7e K-9c S*9d Kx9d G*8d(mate)
G-5h S*8d K-9d N*8f Kx8d S*7e K-9c S*8d K-9b G*8b(!) Kx8b Nx7d Px7d +P-7b K-9b +R-8c(mate, replayable by clicking the arrow in the right direction under the diagram).
R*5h N*6h R-5i+ +Px7c Nx7c S*7b K-9b S*9c(!) Kx9c +Rx7c P*8c G*8d K-9b S-8a=(mate)
R*5h N*6h R-5i+ +Px7c Nx7c S*7b K-8d S*7e K-8e P-8f K-9d G*8d(mate)
R*5h N*6h R-5i+ +Px7c Nx7c S*7b K-9d S*8c Bx8c Sx8c= Kx8c B*7b K-8d S*7e K-9c +Rx7c K-9b +Rx8c(mate)