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#1 Yubinhaad

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 15:22

OK, it looks rather more presentable now. Just ignore the very last row - that is now controlling the width of the columns. Kettei-sen kimarite are not included.

Kimarite MakuuchiJuryoMakushitaSandanmeJonidanJonokuchiTOTAL
Abisetaoshi1031218
Amiuchi0001102
Ashitori0000202
Chongake0000101
Fumidashi0001001
Fusen23124012
Gasshohineri0000000
Hansoku0100102
Harimanage0000000
Hatakikomi30192940391158
Hikiotoshi12201734271111
Hikkake1002003
Ipponzeoi0000101
Isamiashi0110125
Izori0000000
Kainahineri0021003
Kakenage3002308
Kakezori0000000
Katasukashi70274121
Kawazugake1000001
Kekaeshi0000000
Ketaguri1000001
Kimedashi1011003
Kimetaoshi1001002
Kirikaeshi0011002
Komatasukui0010001
Koshikudake0000000
Koshinage0000000
Kotehineri0000000
Kotenage3212710135
Kozumatori0000000
Kubihineri0001001
Kubinage0031206
Makiotoshi0000101
Mitokorozeme0000000
Nichonage0000101
Nimaigeri0000000
Okuridashi49162125176
Okurigake0000000
Okurihikiotoshi0000000
Okurinage0010001
Okuritaoshi12145114
Okuritsuridashi0000000
Okuritsuriotoshi0000101
Omata0000000
Osakate0000000
Oshidashi61468716814424530
Oshitaoshi101523322510115
Sabaori0000000
Sakatottari0000000
Shitatedashinage30712013
Shitatehineri30025010
Shitatenage66122221269
Shumokuzori0000000
Sokubiotoshi0011002
Sotogake10243010
Sotokomata0000000
Sotomuso0000000
Sototasukizori0000000
Sukuinage15481617060
Susoharai0001001
Susotori0000000
Tasukizori0000000
Tokkurinage0000000
Tottari0210003
Tsukaminage0000000
Tsukidashi1336156346
Tsukihiza0001102
Tsukiotoshi16192935405144
Tsukitaoshi2001104
Tsukite0010001
Tsumatori0000000
Tsuridashi10242110
Tsuriotoshi0000000
Tsutaezori0000000
Uchigake0000000
Uchimuso0000000
Ushiromotare1000001
Utchari0010113
Uwatedashinage84353225
Uwatehineri0111104
Uwatenage2132342474140
Waridashi0000000
Watashikomi1000102
Yaguranage0000000
Yobimodoshi0000000
Yorikiri74359917615216552
Yoritaoshi10518285214127
Zubuneri0011002
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Edited by Yubinhaad, 30 March 2012 - 13:23.


#2 Kintamayama

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 18:21

Shumokuzori? Really??? I just fell off the chair. Shumokuzori. Teeheeehee.

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#3 Yubinhaad

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 18:44

Shumokuzori? Really??? I just fell off the chair. Shumokuzori. Teeheeehee.


That's not supposed to happen. You must be doing it wrong.

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 20:40

Considering that the kimarite which had 0 occurrences were carefully included, I wonder whether "hikiwake" and "itamiwake" are kimarite? I understand that neither has been formally abolished....

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 00:02

Hikiwake is a draw/tie. I'm not sure but I think the last one was in the mid 70s between Mienoumi/Futagodake.

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 11:32

Hikiwake is a draw/tie. I'm not sure but I think the last one was in the mid 70s between Mienoumi/Futagodake.


Are you referring to the 'Hikkake' entry in the table? That is a legitimate kimarite, though rare - an arm grabbing force out.

http://sumo.goo.ne.j...imarite/65.html

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Posted 30 March 2012 - 12:49

Considering that the kimarite which had 0 occurrences were carefully included, I wonder whether "hikiwake" and "itamiwake" are kimarite? I understand that neither has been formally abolished....


It's a fair question. I didn't include them as it simply didn't occur to me to do so, but thinking about it they don't really offer an outcome to a bout, rather the fact that there was no outcome. (Fusen and hansoku aren't kimarite either, but they do at least present a winner and loser.)


Hikiwake is a draw/tie. I'm not sure but I think the last one was in the mid 70s between Mienoumi/Futagodake.


Correct! Good memory.



Hikiwake is a draw/tie. I'm not sure but I think the last one was in the mid 70s between Mienoumi/Futagodake.


Are you referring to the 'Hikkake' entry in the table? That is a legitimate kimarite, though rare - an arm grabbing force out.

http://sumo.goo.ne.j...imarite/65.html


See above. :-)

Edited by Yubinhaad, 30 March 2012 - 15:17.


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Posted 02 April 2012 - 12:05



Hikiwake is a draw/tie. I'm not sure but I think the last one was in the mid 70s between Mienoumi/Futagodake.


Are you referring to the 'Hikkake' entry in the table? That is a legitimate kimarite, though rare - an arm grabbing force out.

http://sumo.goo.ne.j...imarite/65.html


See above. :-)


Sorry about that, I didn' t see Jaak's post.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 07:50


Shumokuzori? Really??? I just fell off the chair. Shumokuzori. Teeheeehee.


That's not supposed to happen. You must be doing it wrong.


Lol, would love to see this one used, chair or not! Looks like the last time this Kimarite was used was in 1929.. or maybe the only time this was used! (or recoreded on record ) Whats more amazing is that it was a 98kg guy who threw a guy 20+ kg heavier then him in this move...
Hitachishima you are the man!

Edited by Ashikawazu, 18 April 2012 - 07:56.


#10 Jaak

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 19:03

Consider kakezori - which has never occurred.

At all.

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Posted 18 April 2012 - 20:36

Consider kakezori - which has never occurred.

At all.

Satoyama often attempts a similar move, but usually ends up finishing it off with a variation (or getting squashed.)

 I think I may be indecisive. 

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#12 Ashikawazu

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Posted 19 April 2012 - 09:44

Consider kakezori - which has never occurred.

At all.


I agree a search in sumodb yields no results, but winning kimarite there only is recorded since 1927 in the top division. Lower division records only go back to Nagoya 1985.. Can't find any English records of this being used anywhere buy alas my Japanese is not sufficient to do a more thorough search.

Closest I can find is a questionable satogake where Toyonshima threw Kasugao in Hatsu 2007 day 11, that looked like kakezori.

Did this just get added to the valid kimarite as a cross-over judo throw? I would have though its been used at least once to have been added..

#13 Jaak

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Posted 20 April 2012 - 10:35

Okurigake has also happened just once - in 2008 in jonokuchi.


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