Here is the one beating Hamster in 2 piece handicap posted by kinchorru
.This is the line from the start to the end with some comments of mine.
Handicap: Other(Special 2pcs handicap)
1. ... K-4b 2.P-6f P-3d 3.P-7f P-8d 4.N-7g Bx6f
5.R-6h Bx5g+ 6.Rx6c+ +Bx4g 7.+R-6a S-7b 8.+R-7a +B-8c
9.N-6e N-3c 10.+R-6b K-4a 11.Nx5c= quit
1. ... K-4b
* Hamster protected the squares of 5c, 4c and 3c.
*P-6f closed your Bishop's diagonal line. This pawn advancement is to trap Hamster in the future. Hamster opened his Bishop's diagonal line to take it.
* You opened your Bishop diagonal line but it's blocked your pawn on 6f advanced previously. Hamster's P-8d is a natural move to activate his one of major pieces such as Rook.
* Your N-7g lured Hamster to take the Pawn on 6f. Hamster took it.
* Your plan was to use the Rook vertically. Hamster took the Pawn on 5g with promotion.
* Your Rook got promoted with taking a pawn on 6c in return for Hamster's Bishop promotion. Hamster took a pawn on 4g to take the kNight on 2i in the next move.
* Your Rx6a threatened Hamster to take his Silver on 7a which was floating. Aiming at a floating piece is one of the basic tactics in shogi. Hamster's S-7b avoided being captured and threatened you back to take your promoted Rook. You had to move it to somewhere. To which square would be good?
* Your +R-7a avoided being captured by Hamster's Silver on 7b and threatened him to take his Rook on 8b at the same time to keep initiative. Keeping initiative is very important in the endgame in Shogi. Hamster had to pull his Promoted Bishop to 8c to connect with both his Rook and Silver.
* Your N-6e had two meanings such as giving threat on the square of 5c which was near Hamster's King and offering Bishop exchange. Hamster denied Bishop trade by N-3c. But it was his blunder.
* You took Hamster's Rook by your Rook. Hamster took it back. This was an even trade and you kept your initiative to make a next move after the trade.
* Your Bishop got promoted in check with taking a pawn. Hamster's King went back to its original position.
* +R-6b was a move of checking Hamster's King. Hamster did not drop a pawn on 5b due to illegal move of double pawn. Then he had to pull back his King to 4a.
* You had a choice to take the Pawn on 5c by your kNight whether getting promoted or unpromoted. The right move was with unpromotion to checkmate the King.