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  2. Susanoo

    Norizo Cup 2019.3

    Day11 Realize or not 3) The total number of wins of 2 Sekiwake will exceed it of 2 Komusubi by at least 6 at the end of the basho. Sekiwake 12 : 7 Komusubi Today......12 : 8.................. 9) The average value of wins of 3 shin-nyumaku rikishi will exceed it of 2 sai-nyumaku rikishi at least 0.3 points at the end of the basho.[Shin-nyumaku: Tomokaze, Terutsuyoshi, Daishoho][Sai-nyumaku: Toyonoshima, Ishiura] Shin-nyumaku 3.66 : 4.50 Sai-nyumaku Today..............4.33 : 4.50........................ (12) The winning avarage of Shimanoumi against the rikishi whom he defeated in the previous basho will be less than 60%. 3win/3match=100%[temporarily value] 14)No[35/68]  Someone in Showa-born[before Jan.7.1989] rikishi in juryo will be in yusho leader group or 1 win behind the group after the bout on day9 to day15.[Showa: Tokushoryu, Kyokushuho, Azumaryu, Sokokurai, Gagamaru, Akiseyama, Aminishiki, Arawashi] [10-1]Simanoumi [8-3]Arawashi Matchups Maegashira9-10 only East vs Tomokaze [43/68] Special Question                 Now is the best seazon for the Tsuki-Oshi-zumo! Find a Tsuki-Oshi master. Who will get the most number of wins with 4 kinds of kimarite[Oshidashi, Oshitaoshi, Tsukidashi, Tsukitaoshi(and this row is in order of priority for a tie-beak. Oshidashi is top priority.)]? 5wins [Oshidashi:5]Takayasu [Oshidashi:3]Aoiyama 4wins [Oshidashi:4]Tamawashi, Onosho, Kagayaki [Oshidashi:3]Daieisho, Goeido [Oshidashi:2]Takakeisho 3wins [Oshidashi:3]Kakuryu,Yutakayama, Kotoshogiku, Mitakeumi [Oshidashi:2]Yoshikaze, Meisei [Oshidashi:1]Abi
  3. Pandaazuma

    Mukade Beya (Formerly STI) Sumo Gaming Banter Thread

    This basho has become very much a damage control one and I'm not even thinking of the Masters but just going for 8-7. Sadly even that modest target is unattainable in many games. At this stage, I just want a nice strong finish. Regarding the Masters, It's basically Odd Sumo and Salarycap. Pretty much everything is dead. 10 points would be very nice, but I'm not even expecting that now. Will need a jun yusho from Takayasu and/or Goeido - who annoyingly have to face each other. And I need that joker Ichinojo to start losing. How the hell is he 10-1? Just shows how poor the field is these days. 6-5 in the Baka Cup. GAMBARIMASU!
  4. since_94

    Haru Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    School was definitely in session and a youngster got taught. I wonder what he learned from today’s pasting in the musubi no ichiban.
  5. charliekogure

    Silent Violence

    Let me tell you something! Bullying is normal in sumo but not like this. Sudo speaks barely Japanese (that caused him more getting bullied) because he grew up in the Philippines under his grandparents's care. When he finished high school, his parents put him into sumo. His elder brother chose that stable. He wants to work as factory worker or hotelier once he quits.
  6. Pandaazuma

    Mukade Beya (Formerly STI) Sumo Gaming Banter Thread

    Yes, good picking again by you and Norizo. SG is one of those games where you're either 'in the zone' or you aren't. I know when I'm picking well, I usually fly for the whole tournament, but when I'm not, I can't turn it round whatever I do. Will be interesting to see who prevails out of you and Norizo.
  7. Pandaazuma

    Mukade Beya (Formerly STI) Sumo Gaming Banter Thread

    SOme awful luck flying around and a lot of Mukade Beya are right on the edge at 4-7 despite scoring well. Some good tens today from Chankoyama and Unko. Stefan is streaking again, sadly in the wrong direction. And Steve lost at last, to a drone with a 9-pointer. Now that's unlucky. Chisha and Jan need to be very careful they don't fall down into Juryo. Day 11: Rank Wins Points AADs Opp AADs 10 8+ 5- TB TB+ Who? SG shikona EY1 6-5 84-80 9 5 0 8 2 2 0 Simon Pandaazuma EK1 4-7 84-84 10 8 0 7 0 6 2 Scott Haidouzo EM2 4-7 80-83 7 8 0 5 2 2 0 Gary Chocshoporyu WM2 4-7 79-83 5 10 1 5 2 0 0 Miyako Chankoyama EM3 3-8 77-79 6 8 0 4 0 3 1 Eric Sebunshu WM3 7-4 80-82 8 8 0 5 0 3 3 Rupert Rupatengu WM7 9-2 84-80 9 9 0 7 1 5 4 Douglas ScreechingOwl EM12 4-7 74-78 5 4 0 3 2 2 1 Mark Fujiyama EM15 4-7 78-80 7 8 0 4 0 7 4 Jan Kuroimori EM16 7-4 86-78 8 5 1 6 0 4 1 Renaud Kotononami WM17 4-7 75-82 5 8 0 3 1 1 0 Sergio Chishafuwaku * EJ1 6-5 76-77 6 5 0 3 0 2 1 Stefan Sagi EJ10 3-8 77-80 6 7 1 4 2 2 0 ?????? Unkonoyama * Wms8 7-4 79-73 7 5 0 4 0 3 2 Jezz Jejima Wms22 5-6 77-73 5 6 0 5 1 2 0 Ronnie Gawasukotto Wms37 10-1 81-66 9 3 0 5 0 2 2 Steve Chelseayama
  8. since_94

    Haru Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    That’s an interesting perspective. I’ve never thought about it in those terms until now.
  9. Naganoyama

    Heya Watch Haru Basho 2019

    Day 11: HEYA RIKISHI SCORE PERCENT Izutsu 3 15-7 68 Nishikido 5 16-10 62 Miyagino 14 53-34 61 Nishonoseki 11 36-23 61 Oguruma 15 56-37 60 Yamahibiki 14 39-28 58 Shikoroyama 23 57-43 57 Futagoyama 9 23-17 57 Minato 9 28-21 57 Sakaigawa 24 78-65 55 Takasago 20 59-48 55 Kokonoe 19 67-54 55 Nakagawa 10 24-20 55 Arashio 12 38-33 54 Takadagawa 23 66-59 53 Chiganoura 15 50-45 53 Asahiyama 9 17-15 53 Kise 37 114-104 52 Ounomatsu 15 40-37 52 Sadogatake 45 122-117 51 Isegahama 23 60-58 51 Tatsunami 17 47-46 51 Asakayama 11 33-32 51 Hakkaku 29 62-65 49 Tamanoi 28 75-79 49 Kasugano 20 64-66 49 Fujishima 14 37-38 49 Tagonoura 13 32-33 49 Onoe 15 38-43 47 Otake 14 32-37 46 Michinoku 13 30-35 46 Minezaki 12 32-39 45 Naruto 8 17-21 45 Musashigawa 19 41-52 44 Tomozuna 11 32-40 44 Shikihide 21 41-55 43 Isenoumi 12 31-41 43 Irumagawa 9 20-27 43 Azumazeki 10 22-32 41 Shibatayama 8 13-19 41 Oitekaze 21 59-88 40 Kagamiyama 2 4-6 40 Tokitsukaze 15 35-54 39 Dewanoumi 16 27-44 38 Nishiiwa 7 12-21 36 Kataonami 3 8-14 36
  10. Naganoyama

    Sekitori Torikumi Haru Basho 2019

    Juryo Torikumi for Day 12, March 2019 Bout East Record West 1 Hidenoumi (J10e) 6-5 2-2 Takanosho (J13e) 7-4 2 Daiseido (J14e) 3-8 2-1 Wakamotoharu (J10w) 4-7 3 Kyokutaisei (J9e) 6-5 2-2 Arawashi (J12w) 8-3 4 Mitoryu (J12e) 6-5 2-2 Akiseyama (J9w) 5-6 5 Kiribayama (J14w) 7-4 0-1 Sokokurai (J7w) 7-4 6 Aminishiki (J11w) 6-5 2-2 Tsurugisho (J6w) 3-8 7 Takanofuji (J13w) 4-7 0-0 Daishomaru (J5w) 3-8 8 Takagenji (J4e) 5-6 3-0 Gagamaru (J8e) 6-5 9 Chiyonoumi (J8w) 7-4 0-2 Tokushoryu (J4w) 6-5 10 Wakatakakage (J5e) 6-5 0-0 Daiamami (J3w) 4-7 11 Kotoyuki (J2e) 4-7 1-0 Tobizaru (J11e) 5-6 12 Shimanoumi (J1e) 10-1 2-3 Azumaryu (J7e) 5-6 13 Kyokushuho (J6e) 6-5 7-3 Chiyomaru (J1w) 8-3 Makuuchi Torikumi for Day 12, March 2019 Bout East Record West 1 Enho (J2w) 6-5 2-0 Toyonoshima (M14w) 3-8 2 Tomokaze (M13e) 6-5 2-0 Ishiura (M15e) 6-5 3 Kotoeko (M15w) 6-5 2-5 Kagayaki (M13w) 7-4 4 Yutakayama (M16w) 3-8 0-0 Yoshikaze (M12w) 8-3 5 Chiyoshoma (M17e) 6-5 3-2 Meisei (M11w) 7-4 6 Daishoho (M16e) 4-7 0-0 Ikioi (M9w) 1-10 7 Aoiyama (M7e) 9-2 2-0 Ryuden (M11e) 8-3 8 Yago (M10w) 4-7 0-1 Takarafuji (M7w) 5-6 9 Okinoumi (M6e) 6-5 6-9 Shohozan (M10e) 5-6 10 Terutsuyoshi (M14e) 3-8 0-2 Abi (M6w) 4-7 11 Chiyotairyu (M5e) 6-5 1-11 Kotoshogiku (M8w) 9-2 12 Sadanoumi (M9e) 3-8 0-1 Onosho (M5w) 4-7 13 Asanoyama (M8e) 7-4 0-1 Ichinojo (M4w) 10-1 14 Daieisho (M2e) 5-6 4-1 Tochiozan (M4e) 2-9 15 Kaisei (M1e) 1-10 7-1 Shodai (M3w) 2-9 16 Mitakeumi (K1e) 5-6 2-2 Myogiryu (M2w) 4-7 17 Nishikigi (M3e) 3-8 3-1 Hokutofuji (K1w) 3-8 18 Endo (M1w) 4-7 6-10 Tamawashi (S1w) 4-7 19 Takakeisho (S1e) 8-3 3-6 Goeido (O1w) 9-2 20 Hakuho (Y1e) 11-0 26-1 Tochinoshin (O2e) 6-5 21 Takayasu (O1e) 9-2 8-12 Kakuryu (Y1w) 9-2
  11. Naganoyama

    Lower-division Torikumi Haru Basho 2019

    Jonokuchi Torikumi for Day 12, March 2019 Bout East West 1 Sudo (Jk25e) 2-3 Kiyama (Jk23w) 2-3 2 Kotosusumu (Jk23e) 3-2 Ishizaka (Jk22w) 3-2 3 Chiyooume (Jk24e) 3-2 Hasegawa (Jk21w) 3-2 4 Ayakaze (Jk17e) 3-2 Hodaka (Jk18w) 3-2 5 Satsumao (Jk13e) 4-1 Shachinofuji (Jk16e) 4-1 6 Aki (Jk12e) 2-3 Houn (Jk14w) 2-3 7 Sawanofuji (Jk11e) 3-2 Oju (Jk14e) 3-2 8 Daishiryu (Jk9e) 2-3 Sekizukayama (Jk5w) 2-3 9 Matsugashima (Jk8e) 2-3 Iwamoto (Jk4w) 2-3 10 Azumahikari (Jk6w) 2-3 Minami (Jk3w) 2-3 Jonidan Torikumi for Day 12, March 2019 Bout East West 1 Takeazuma (Jk7e) 1-4 Ogitora (Jd106w) 1-4 2 Wakaikki (Jk3e) 3-2 Nishimura (Jd104w) 3-2 3 Tsuyasato (Jk2e) 3-2 Wakatozakura (Jd103w) 3-2 4 Ai (Jd102e) 2-3 Hayasaka (Jk2w) 2-3 5 Daishojo (Jd100w) 3-2 Isamufuji (Jd98w) 3-2 6 Takamasaki (Jd99w) 2-3 Mogaminishiki (Jd95w) 2-3 7 Tanji (Jd100e) 4-1 Asahinishiki (Jd93w) 4-1 8 Kotomaeda (Jd94e) 2-3 Azumaiwa (Jd92w) 2-3 9 Tagomaru (Jd90e) 3-2 Asaazuma (Jd95e) 3-2 10 Terunosato (Jd91w) 2-3 Asadoji (Jd87w) 2-3 11 Kirimaru (Jd92e) 1-4 Fujinoteru (Jd86w) 1-4 12 Shunpo (Jd89e) 1-4 Onagaya (Jd83w) 1-4 13 Arikawa (Jd81e) 3-2 Wakaseido (Jd83e) 3-2 14 Kamada (Jd80w) 2-3 Azumayama (Jd78w) 2-3 15 Kokuryunami (Jd80e) 3-2 Chiyotaiho (Jd76w) 3-2 16 Tochinoshima (Jd75e) 4-1 Takakurayama (Jd77w) 4-1 17 Daitenma (Jd74e) 3-2 Mukaida (Jd72w) 3-2 18 Kotoimagawa (Jd71e) 1-4 Wakakosuge (Jd73w) 1-4 19 Hironaka (Jd75w) 2-3 Teruju (Jd70w) 2-3 20 Toki (Jd67e) 3-2 Banshunada (Jd68w) 3-2 21 Sakura (Jd64e) 3-2 Chiyotaiko (Jd66e) 3-2 22 Chiyotaiyo (Jd64w) 3-2 Yoshimura (Jd62w) 3-2 23 Tabara (Jd61e) 2-3 Fukuminato (Jd65w) 2-3 24 Abezakura (Jd63e) 2-3 Goketsuyama (Jd60w) 2-3 25 Asahanshin (Jd58e) 3-2 Miyakogawa (Jd59w) 3-2 26 Hokutoiwami (Jd55w) 4-1 Mimurodake (Jd54w) 4-1 27 Bushi (Jd54e) 2-3 Watatani (Jd52w) 2-3 28 Denpoya (Jd50e) 3-1-1 Ishihara (Jd55e) 3-2 29 Wakanoguchi (Jd48e) 3-2 Higonoryu (Jd53e) 3-2 30 Aonoumi (Jd51e) 1-4 Asahio (Jd46w) 1-4 31 Harimanada (Jd43e) 2-3 Oshozan (Jd47e) 2-3 32 Kakutaiki (Jd42e) 3-2 Goshinryu (Jd44w) 3-2 33 Sasaki (Jd40e) 2-3 Tamanoryu (Jd41e) 2-3 34 Wakakoki (Jd37e) 4-1 Matsuyama (Jd41w) 4-1 35 Furanshisu (Jd35w) 3-2 Fujihisashi (Jd34w) 3-2 36 Satonofuji (Jd31e) 1-4 Shinzan (Jd44e) 1-4 37 Tatsuki (Jd39w) 1-4 Daishohama (Jd30w) 1-4 38 Fukuazuma (Jd28e) 2-3 Sawayaka (Jd32w) 2-3 39 Okunisato (Jd29w) 3-2 Kirizakura (Jd24w) 3-2 40 Fujikawa (Jd23e) 4-1 Rendaiyama (Jd25w) 4-1 41 Harada (Jd22e) 2-3 Mori (Jd25e) 2-3 42 Toshonishiki (Jd29e) 3-2 Ryuki (Jd20w) 3-2 43 Akashiryu (Jd23w) 3-2 Kaishu (Jd19w) 3-2 44 Wakasatake (Jd16e) 1-4 Kurokage (Jd17e) 1-4 45 Tanahashi (Jd19e) 3-2 Hatachijo (Jd14w) 3-2 46 Asakura (Jd18w) 4-1 Nakao (Jd13w) 4-1 47 Tainaka (Jd16w) 3-2 Miryuzan (Jd10w) 3-2 48 Tsugaruumi (Jd8e) 4-1 Asonishiki (Jd12w) 4-1 49 Sadanogo (Jd6e) 2-3 Anzai (Jd9w) 2-3 50 Hidano (Jd5e) 3-2 Seito (Jd6w) 3-2 51 Kotakiyama (Jd1e) 4-1 Imafuku (Jd4e) 4-1 Sandanme Torikumi for Day 12, March 2019 Bout East West 1 Kotoito (Sd99e) 2-3 Ryubu (Jd2w) 2-3 2 Taranami (Jd3w) 3-2 Kiryu (Sd97w) 3-2 3 Kotosato (Sd96e) 1-4 Yukiamami (Jd11e) 1-4 4 Mimori (Jd3e) 1-4 Takataisho (Sd94w) 1-4 5 Asashinjo (Sd92e) 1-4 Shobushi (Sd95w) 1-4 6 Sakabayashi (Sd93e) 3-2 Chura (Sd89w) 3-2 7 Tokimaru (Sd88e) 3-2 Fujinotani (Sd90w) 3-2 8 Yuma (Sd84e) 4-1 Hibikiryu (Sd91e) 4-1 9 Kotootomo (Sd87w) 3-2 Okinoiwa (Sd82w) 3-2 10 Kasugaryu (Sd81e) 4-1 Kanryu (Sd83w) 4-1 11 Tochihayate (Sd80e) 2-3 Amatsukasa (Sd78w) 2-3 12 Sumanoumi (Sd76e) 4-1 Hokuyozan (Sd78e) 4-1 13 Kototaiki (Sd79w) 3-2 Haruminato (Sd74w) 3-2 14 Dainichido (Sd75e) 1-4 Daishowaka (Sd71w) 1-4 15 Tochimitsuru (Sd74e) 2-3 Asadaimon (Sd70w) 2-3 16 Kotonoumi (Sd67e) 3-2 Miyanofuji (Sd69w) 3-2 17 Hokutotsuru (Sd67w) 1-4 Tenichi (Sd65w) 1-4 18 Tanakayama (Sd64e) 3-2 Takamiryu (Sd66e) 3-2 19 Amatsu (Sd65e) 2-3 Kaishinmaru (Sd63w) 2-3 20 Oyamatoumi (Sd63e) 3-2 Sakaekaze (Sd59w) 3-2 21 Iko (Sd58e) 1-4 Akitoba (Sd60w) 1-4 22 Surugafuji (Sd55e) 1-4 Hikarifuji (Sd57w) 1-4 23 Kenshin (Sd61w) 2-3 Gorikiyama (Sd54w) 2-3 24 Awajiumi (Sd56w) 2-3 Maenofuji (Sd51w) 2-3 25 Nakashima (Sd53e) 3-2 Kotonoshu (Sd49w) 3-2 26 Hitenryu (Sd50e) 2-3 Azumasho (Sd46w) 2-3 27 Kaiho (Sd45e) 4-1 Shuji (Sd47e) 4-1 28 Asakishin (Sd48e) 3-2 Izumigawa (Sd42w) 3-2 29 Mitozakura (Sd42e) 3-2 Hokutoo (Sd44w) 3-2 30 Wakahizen (Sd48w) 1-4 Hamadayama (Sd40w) 1-4 31 Hikarugenji (Sd41w) 3-2 Aratora (Sd37w) 3-2 32 Yoshiazuma (Sd35w) 2-3 Daishomune (Sd33w) 2-3 33 Yamaguchi (Sd34e) 3-2 Sadanokuni (Sd32w) 3-2 34 Saidaiji (Sd36e) 3-2 Seigo (Sd31w) 3-2 35 Shoji (Sd29e) 2-3 Tsuyukusa (Sd30e) 2-3 36 Fujita (Sd30w) 4-1 Kotorikisen (Sd28w) 4-1 37 Daishozen (Sd27w) 2-3 Koshinishiki (Sd26w) 2-3 38 Kitadaichi (Sd26e) 3-2 Tagonofuji (Sd27e) 3-2 39 Yoshoyama (Sd21w) 3-2 Shosei (Sd19w) 3-2 40 Daishosei (Sd25w) 1-4 Oisato (Sd18w) 1-4 41 Hatooka (Sd24w) 4-1 Itadaki (Sd16w) 4-1 42 Kamito (Sd14e) 4-1 Kirinoryu (Sd17w) 4-1 43 Sadanohikari (Sd12e) 2-3 Oginosho (Sd20w) 2-3 44 Amanoshima (Sd15e) 3-2 Kotoozutsu (Sd10w) 3-2 45 Shoketsu (Sd7e) 4-1 Goryu (Sd13e) 4-1 46 Dewanojo (Sd9w) 2-3 Tochikodai (Sd3w) 2-3 47 Honda (Sd2e) 4-1 Kainishiki (Sd6e) 4-1 Makushita Torikumi for Day 12, March 2019 Bout East West 1 Onojo (Ms59e) 2-3 Hokutotsubasa (Sd2w) 2-3 2 Yuki (Ms60e) 1-4 Ishida (Ms56w) 1-4 3 Chiyonokatsu (Ms55e) 2-3 Wakanofuji (Ms57w) 2-3 4 Hiradoumi (Ms55w) 3-2 Tenkaiho (Ms52w) 3-2 5 Kotodairyu (Ms49e) 2-3 Daishoiwa (Ms52e) 2-3 6 Asatenmai (Ms49w) 2-3 Masutoo (Ms47w) 2-3 7 Ichiki (Ms45e) 2-3 Yokoe (Ms46e) 2-3 8 Omoto (Ms43e) 2-3 Okinofuji (Ms42w) 2-3 9 Kotoyusho (Ms53w) 4-1 Takaryu (Ms41w) 4-1 10 Keitenkai (Ms40e) 1-4 Narutaki (Ms46w) 1-4 11 Chiyoarashi (Ms50e) 4-1 Tsurubayashi (Ms38w) 4-1 12 Irie (Ms40w) 3-2 Oki (Ms37w) 3-2 13 Obamaumi (Ms33e) 1-4 Mitotsukasa (Ms39w) 1-3-1 14 Ohata (Ms31e) 2-3 Higonojo (Ms34w) 2-3 15 Fukuyama (Ms32e) 1-4 Kiseoka (Ms27w) 1-4 16 Kyokusoten (Ms25e) 2-3 Wakayama (Ms28w) 2-3 17 Ayanoumi (Ms28e) 3-2 Hokaho (Ms22w) 3-2 18 Kagamio (Ms25w) 2-3 Tomisakae (Ms21w) 2-3 19 Daishoryu (Ms29w) 1-4 Tanabe (Ms19w) 1-4 20 Gokushindo (Ms20e) 3-2 Nishikifuji (Ms17w) 3-2 21 Koba (Ms16e) 2-3 Kainoryu (Ms18w) 2-3 22 Tochihiryu (Ms18e) 1-4 Hokutoyo (Ms14w) 1-4 23 Ichiyamamoto (Ms13e) 4-1 Kototebakari (Ms20w) 4-1 24 Akua (Ms11e) 2-3 Ryusei (Ms15e) 2-3 25 Nogami (Ms17e) 3-2 Shiba (Ms10w) 3-2 26 Kizenryu (Ms9e) 3-2 Chiyosakae (Ms15w) 3-2 27 Kairyu (Ms8e) 1-4 Asabenkei (Ms13w) 1-4 28 Sakigake (Ms12w) 2-3 Hoshoryu (Ms7w) 2-3 29 Kizakiumi (Ms7e) 3-2 Toyohibiki (Ms11w) 3-2
  12. Naganoyama

    Sekitori Leaderboard Haru Basho 2019

    After day 11, March 2019, Makuuchi division scores are: (Rikishi have fought 11 bouts except as otherwise stated) Score Rikishi Shikona 11-0 1 Hakuho 10-1 1 Ichinojo 9-2 5 Kakuryu, Takayasu, Goeido, Aoiyama, Kotoshogiku 8-3 3 Takakeisho, Ryuden, Yoshikaze 7-4 3 Asanoyama, Meisei, Kagayaki 6-5 7 Tochinoshin, Chiyotairyu, Okinoumi, Tomokaze, Ishiura, Kotoeko, Chiyoshoma 5-6 4 Mitakeumi, Daieisho, Takarafuji, Shohozan 4-7 7 Tamawashi, Endo, Myogiryu, Onosho, Abi, Yago, Daishoho 3-8 6 Hokutofuji, Nishikigi, Sadanoumi, Terutsuyoshi, Toyonoshima, Yutakayama 2-9 2 Shodai, Tochiozan 1-10 2 Kaisei, Ikioi 0-11 1 Chiyonokuni(0-0-11) After day 11, March 2019, Juryo division scores are: (Rikishi have fought 11 bouts except as otherwise stated) Score Rikishi Shikona 11-0 0 - 10-1 1 Shimanoumi 9-2 0 - 8-3 2 Chiyomaru, Arawashi 7-4 4 Sokokurai, Chiyonoumi, Takanosho, Kiribayama 6-5 9 Enho, Tokushoryu, Wakatakakage, Kyokushuho, Gagamaru, Kyokutaisei, Hidenoumi, Aminishiki, Mitoryu 5-6 4 Takagenji, Azumaryu, Akiseyama, Tobizaru 4-7 4 Kotoyuki, Daiamami, Wakamotoharu, Takanofuji 3-8 4 Hakuyozan(3-7-1), Daishomaru, Tsurugisho, Daiseido 2-9 0 - 1-10 0 - 0-11 0 -
  13. Naganoyama

    Silent Violence

    Roman having withdrawn from the basho lends weight to @charliekogure's story. I for one believe him anyway. Why would he make this up?
  14. Akinomaki

    Spirited rikishi Haru 2019

    Day 11 Makuuchi 1. Ichinojo 2. Endo 3. Goeido Juryo 1. Aminishiki 2. Shimanoumi 3. Takanosho
  15. charliekogure

    Silent Violence

    Hello there! First of all, Sudo is the only person who will able to give a proof about this matter as we advice him to report the incident to his oyakata. In fact, he only told us thru messenger especially voice call using our native language. Thanks
  16. Ryoshishokunin

    Terunofuji's health problems

    No, we won't.
  17. Akinomaki

    Kensho Haru 2019

    Most of them, fixed on a rikishi, on the first&last or fixed on other bouts, but there is always a contingent for the big kensho sponsors to place more on special bouts of interest - Ichinojo and Aoiyama have no sponsors at all though, so nobody cared.
  18. Chiyohana

    Silent Violence

    Is there any proof that you can give, so we don't only have your word to go on?
  19. Andonishiki

    Mukade Beya (Formerly STI) Sumo Gaming Banter Thread

    sg: perfect score on day 11 Norizo and little ando, both 10-1 now - 24 of the last 28 matches won 22 of 26 matches in 2019 won this must be a dream
  20. Rainoyama

    Haru Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    Oguruma beya boys Tomokaze, Yago and Yoshikaze all won by Hatakikomi today to hounour their newly retired friend Takekaze. A lot of Hatakikomi today.
  21. Philioyamfugi

    Juryo Digest Haru 2019 day 1 - 11

    https://youtu.be/LSepHaZ6XEk Day 11 The boys are fighting for thier livelihoods. . Great matches. Chyiomaru vs Sokokurai for KK
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  23. Kintamayama

    Videos Haru 2019- Days 1-11

    Day 11 English
  24. Profomisakari

    Guess Kisenosato's Aite (M1W Endo) March 2019

    13. Kaisei
  25. orandashoho

    Guess Kisenosato's Aite (M1W Endo) March 2019

    That was on Day 6 actually. Care to change your pick?
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