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 on: August 03, 2017, 08:54:52 AM 
Started by Jejima - Last post by Jejima
Hi everyone!

Kaiomitsuki, Flohru and Jejima, under the watchful eyes of the emeriti Kintamayama, Ekigozan and Asashosakari, have crafted the new Bench Banzuke for September 2017.

This one was trickier than usual - especially as the sanyaku has been reduced from the bloated 10 in July, to the Bench Sumo's preferred standard of just 8.  Usually when a sanyaku downsizing happens, it means a knock-on effect for players with MKs in Makunouchi receiving more bad luck than usual - and for the MK players in the lower half of the top division, this has happened....  be warned!

Apart from the horrifying amounts of bad luck for some MK players in lower Makunouchi, the rest of the banzuke seems to be mostly devoid either of lots of luck, one way or the other.

Enjoy!


Jejima (BS rijicho)


Kitakachiyama (Y1E KOSHO) Y1
Itachiyama (O1W 10-5) O1 Susanoo (O1E 6-9)
                                   O2 Rubensan (S2E 10-5)
Konosato (S3W 10-5) S1 ScreechingOwl (S1E 9-6)
Hokuyutaka (M4E 12-3) K1 Metzinowaka (M1W 9-6)

Damimonay (S1W 7-8) M1 Chocshoporyu (M9E 11-4)
tokugawa (M3E 8-7) 2 Pitinosato (M3W 8-7)
Gaijingai (S2W 6-9) 3 Saruyama (M8E 10-5)
Kintamayama (M2E 7-8) 4 Itachi (M2W 7-8)
Ruziklao (M6E 8-7) 5 pandaazuma (K1E 5-10)
Taka (K1W 5-10) 6 Jakusotsu (M7W 8-7)
Gurowake (M6W 7-8) 7 Norizo (M13W 9-6)
Achiyama (M5W 6-9)   8 Yassier (J2E 12-3)
Watashi (M11E 8-7) 9 Flohru (M7E 6-9)
Gawasukotto (M5E 5-10)   10 Leonishiki (M10W KOSHO)
tainosen (M9W 7-8) 11 kuroimori (M1E 3-12)
Getayukata (M13E 8-7)   12 Hana-ichi (M12W KOSHO)
nomadwolf (M14E 8-7) 13 Boltbutthamma (M14W 8-7)
Bill (M15E 8-7) 14 Kaiomitsuki (J4E 11-4)
Haidouzo (M10E 7-8) 15 Oshirokita (M8W 6-9)
Yamashade (M11W 7-8) 16 Anjoboshi (M16W KOSHO)
Chimatayama (M12E 7-8) 17 Furanohana (J1W 8-7)

Roundeye (J8E 11-4) J1 Terarno (M15W 6-9)
chishafuwaku (J3W 8-7) 2 Fujisan (J1E 7-8)
Ekigozan (M4W 0-0-15) 3 GONZABUROW (J2W 7-8)
kamogawa (J9E 10-5) 4 Holleshoryu (J10E 10-5)
Tsunamiko (J5E KOSHO) 5 mischashimaru (J6W 8-7)
Jejima (J7W 8-7) 6 Chijanofuji (M16E 4-11)
Tenshinhan (J3E 6-9) 7 andonishiki (ms4E 12-3)
Mariohana (ms4W 12-3) 8 Frinkanohana (J13E 9-6)
Sherlockiama (J4W 5-10) 9 toonoryu (J11W 8-7)
Sebunshu (ms1E 9-6) 10 Kaiowaka (J10W KOSHO)
Unkonoyama (J6E 5-10) 11 Fujiko (ms5W 10-5)
Sakura (J12E KOSHO) 12 iwakoko (J12W KOSHO)
shimodahito (J7E 5-10) 13 Rowitoro (J9W 6-9)
Kotononami (ms1W 8-7) 14 Takanorappa (ms2W 8-7)

Andoreasu (ms11W 11-4) ms1 fujiyama (J14E 7-8)
Marushiki (J8W 4-11) 2 Hironoumi (ms7W 9-6)
Kitahotaru (ms11E 10-5) 3 Kasamatsuri (ms3E 7-8)
Kintsubasa (J13W 5-10) 4 Basoyama (ms10W 8-7)
Chisaiyama (J14W 5-10) 5 Maeden (ms2E 6-9)
Senkoho (ms5E 7-8) 6 Wamahada (ms3W 6-9)
Heiyu (ms7E KOSHO) 7 Akokoneko (ms6W 7-8)
Mmikasazuma (ms8E KOSHO) 8 Ihopeso (ms16E 9-6)
VESHANA (ms6E 6-9) 9 Nanahachi (ms9W KOSHO)
Nekonishiki (ms14E 8-7) 10 Kyodaitimu (ms10E 7-8)
Smoczayama (J11E 0-0-15) 11 Mukanibaru (ms12E 7-8)
Unagiyutaka (ms8W 5-10) 12 Kitanoyama (ms9E 5-10)
Aminoumi (ms13E 6-9) 13 Bunijiman (ms13W KOSHO)
Homuburyuwa (ms16W 7-8) 14 Hibarifuji (ms14W 5-10)
Kofujinokami (ms17E 5-10) 15 sekihiryu (ms15W 4-11)

Intai
Randomitsuki (J5W KOSHO)

Banzuke-gai
Aome (ms12W 0-0-15)
Rikishimiezi (ms15E 0-0-15)

 2 
 on: August 01, 2017, 08:54:03 AM 
Started by ronnie - Last post by ronnie
Sekiwake! Me!  lmao

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 on: July 30, 2017, 09:48:16 AM 
Started by Jejima - Last post by Jejima
Hi all!

Going into the last basho, we had 5 Sekiwakes all on legitimate Ozeki runs!  Now that the dust has cleared, the Bench Banzuke committee is happy to announce that one of these five did more than enough to reach the required standard, and we now have a new bench Ozeki!


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Rubensan!

The Sakura Ichimon's Rubensan's record over the past three basho has been....
March 2017 - M5W 11-4
May 2017 - K1W 10-5
July 2017 - S2E 10-5

This exceeds the guideline of 30 wins over three bashos, with the last two in sanyaku, and the very last one at Sekiwake.

Rubensan is a long-time player of Bench Sumo, so I am very pleased to announce his promotion.

I will be sending Oyakata's Flohru and Kaiomitsuki (the other banzuke makers), around to Rubensan's heya to officially announce the good news.  I hope that we will be hearing an acceptance speech from the shin-ozeki in due course!

Jejima (Bench Sumo Rijicho)

 4 
 on: July 24, 2017, 10:38:10 AM 
Started by Simon - Last post by Seisset
well... a bizarre SG basho... in the first part i got the worst opponent lineup possible until i got my MK, and then it softened up a lot and i finish with just another unimpressive basho... but okay, i will probably stay in juryo, still... its a bad result
mfg

Ciao
Seisset

 5 
 on: July 24, 2017, 08:12:42 AM 
Started by Kovir Wyttcliff Gerra - Last post by Jason
It's a shame, fun to see big guys in the ring.  But time isn't kind to anyone.

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 on: July 24, 2017, 08:11:55 AM 
Started by Simon - Last post by Jason
Congratz on the win, Ganzo!

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 on: July 23, 2017, 08:03:51 AM 
Started by Simon - Last post by Ganzohnesushi
Yes, finally I made it. So many times so close in Sumo Game ending up with a bloody J next to my name. In the end Tochiozan's win vs. Tamawashi nailed it. My aite Derosa had Tamawashi on #6 while i had Ozan in the same position. And Metzinowaka (vs. Kaiomitsuki) also had Ozan in his line-up which sealed Kaiomitsuki's loss.

Bad luck in ISP. With a Yoshikaze win I would have grabbed the Yusho, so it is only 6,6 points instead of 15. But I don't care, with the Sumo Game Yusho in my bag I'm happy for the rest of the day.

Depending on Gurowake's final two days in SalaryCap another Yusho is possible. I guess with Hakuho's Yusho and Aoiyama's Jun-Yusho + 2 Sansho it will be either Yusho or Jun-Yusho for me. I.e. final SB masters score then will be 47,1 or 50,1 points. Nice result, but there was so much more potential....

Ganzohnesushi

 8 
 on: July 23, 2017, 06:04:21 AM 
Started by Simon - Last post by Haidouzo
The Machine tells me Takayasu is going to beat Goeido.

I tell the Machine that yes, Machine, I know I supposedly learned my lesson many basho ago and that you're simply better at this than I am but you really, really don't understand the situation here.  Takayasu has no reason to win.  I'm making Goeido the #1 pick of the day.

And that, along with the MK in SG due to losing a bout due to missing a withdrawal, about summarizes my basho.

4th place in Norizo Cup is, I believe, the only points I've made this basho, which, if I'm not mistaken, is my worst basho in the Machine era.

See you all in two months.


...stupid Cup.

 9 
 on: July 23, 2017, 04:08:23 AM 
Started by Simon - Last post by Simon
Well, another day, another comedy sketch in SG, with yet another AAD opp.  That makes it 15/15.  I got the best score in the division so this has to be one of the unluckiest basho for any player of all time.  Astounding.

Did well elsewhere.  I would have had a real chance of beating Gurowake if Tamawashi had won today, but I'll just have to settle for second place.  I got my third Oracle yusho and perhaps Hoshitori too.  I should get over 65 points too.  No complaints about that.  Gurowake scored very well and deserves the Green after picking the three main players this tournament - the Kasugano trio.  I missed all of them so have to say that I did very well to get 60+ points, especially as my dailies were so poor.

And Scott takes possession of the Baka Cup!  It's looking forward to seeing you! Smiley

Will be back later when I have more time.

 10 
 on: July 23, 2017, 04:03:58 AM 
Started by Simon - Last post by Simon
Congratulations to Ganzo, who finally got his yusho after eight Js next to his name.  Well-deserved as he was the leader of the entire game in AADs.  He's now on a bona fide ozeki run...and will need 10 wins in September.  Go for it!

In Juryo Mark had a remarkable 8-pointer and grabbed jun yusho.  Makushita saw a good record from Stefan and an even better one from Mari, who fell just short of glory.

Hal got his 8th win today at the last minute, but sadly we saw Scott fall to a losing record after unwisely ignoring his trusty machine.  Tama was also a risky one - how come the machine came up with that one?

In the misery stakes, Owl and Panda both had nightmares.

Quite a bit of news on the banzuke front.  Ganzo will be Panda's senshuraku opponent as top sekiwake.  Scott will be komusubi.  Jan may be catapulted up to sekiwake if he's lucky - and that will be his highest rank.  Owl and Chankoyama are in serious danger of demotion and may need a bit of banzuke luck to bail them out.  Mark probably won't quite make it back to Makuuchi but he'll be near the very top of Juryo.  And Scott should be safe with that six, although he'll be right in the basement.  It looks like Stefan will just miss out on promotion too, but it's all up in the air really.

See you all in September!


Final Standings:

   Rank         Wins      Points      AADs      Opp AADs      10      8+      5-      TB      TB+      Who?      SG shikona   
   EO1      5-10      104-105      11      15      1      5      1      8      2      Simon      Pandaazuma   
   WS2      7-8      97-101      7      9      1      3      4      5      3      Scott      Haidouzo   
   WK2      11-4Y      103-96      13      9      1      4      1      9      6      Alexander      Ganzohnesushi   
   WM1      9-6      101-106      10      11      1      1      2      6      5      Jan      Kuroimori   
   WM4      7-8      99-91      8      6      1      4      4      6      2      Sergio      Chishafuwaku   
   EM7      6-9      97-98      10      9      1      3      3      5      2      Renaud      Kotononami   
   WM7      8-7      99-95      10      7      0      4      3      5      2      Rupert      Rupatengu   
   WM8      3-12      93-104      7      12      0      2      4      5      1      Douglas      ScreechingOwl   
   EM9      6-9      98-99      7      9      0      4      4      6      2      Eric      Sebunshu   
   EM12      10-5      100-96      9      8      1      3      5      3      2      Gary      Chocshoporyu   
   WM16      6-9      101-101      11      9      0      4      2      5      1      Miyako      Chankoyama   
   *                                                                     
   WJ5      8-7      100-100      8      12      0      5      5      3      2      Hal      Chisaiyama   
   WJ7      10-5J      102-96      9      9      0      4      2      4      3      Mark      Fujiyama   
   EJ9      6-9      99-100      9      10      0      1      1      4      1      Seisset      Hakubayama   
   WJ12      6-9      99-99      11      10      0      4      2      2      1      Ronnie      Gawasukotto   
   *                                                                     
   Ems7      10-5      96-89      10      7      1      2      3      4      3      Stefan      Sagi   
   Ems19      12-3      106-85      12      6      0      6      1      3      2      Mari      Toriazuma   
   Wms24      7-8      96-96      8      8      0      2      3      3      2      Jezz      Jejima   

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