Black has only one piece left. White couldn't prevent
Black from getting pieces back into his reserve, so he played
1.i2-d6 and reduced Black's possibilities to just one move:
a2-g6;x. White sacrifices a piece, but he leaves
Black no other choice than to push his last GIPF-piece into a
blocked position on the a2-h6 line. More over, it is because Black
must remove the white piece on h4 that makes that he can't
use his piece on g4 to break an attack on the f1-f8 line.
White's next move will be 2.h1-e4 and is sure -- coming
from dot g1 -- to capture Black's GIPF with his last piece.