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  1. Jakusotsu

    Banzuke Surfing Natsu 2021 (17th Wave)

    Jd47e Nagata
  2. Jakusotsu

    Banzuke Surfing Natsu 2021 (16th Wave)

    Sd1e Takeoka
  3. Jakusotsu

    Banzuke Surfing Natsu 2021 (15th Wave)

    Ms3e Roga
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    Banzuke Surfing Natsu 2021 (14th Wave)

    Ms34w Shishi
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    Banzuke Surfing Natsu 2021 (13th Wave)

    Ms9w Shohoryu
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    Banzuke Surfing Natsu 2021 (12th Wave)

    Ms33w Ofukasawa
  7. Jakusotsu

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite May 2021

    Day 1 - Shodai Day 2 - Asanoyama
  8. Hi there, this is to invite you to participate in Banzuke Surfing in the upcoming basho. The rules are very simple. Banzuke Surfing is run in several waves, with a new wave starting every year. The goal is to move up the banzuke as far and fast as possible. You do so by temporarily "adopting" one or more rikishi at a given banzuke position. If your rikishi moves up the banzuke, so will you, if the rikishi moves down by getting MK, so will you (at least, if all your picked rikishi move down). If your rikishi goes intai, you will get his last position next time. In the basho after the current one you will be taking the banzuke position of the best-placed rikishi you've picked this time. If your name appears on the list below, you have already participated. The column "Allowed Picks" shows you which rikishi of the banzuke you are allowed to pick next basho. If you are participating for the first time, you are allowed to pick any of the rikishi in the bottom 32 of the banzuke (as indicated below). The rikishi that you are allowed to pick are all rikishi below your last (or most successful) pick. So generally, you cannot pick the same rikishi twice. An exception is if your rikishi drops into the last 32 of the banzuke or goes banzuke-gai. In this case, of course, you can pick any of the bottom 32 rikishi (just like a new player). During your entire career of a given wave you can use up to three so-called jokers (indicated by the number of asterisks behind your name). Jokers are additional rikishi you can pick. In addition to the regular rikishi you pick for a basho, you can use as many jokers as you've still left. E.g., at the beginning of a wave you could pick four rikishi instead of one (regular + all jokers). As a consequence, the most successful one of these four will determine your new banzuke position. But on the downside this would mean that you don't have any jokers left for later bashos. So pick jokers wisely, three isn't much for a wave that might run for much more than a year. Deadline is shonichi 8 AM JST. All new players are allowed to pick Jk12e Kyokutaikai and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Ryoshishokunin DNP(1st) M5w M6e Hidenoumi and below 2. Andoreasu*** Daishoho J13e J13w Nishikigi and below 3. Ganzohnesushi** Daishoho J13e J13w Nishikigi and below 4. Mmikasazuma** Roga Ms3e Ms3w Murata and below 5. Unkonoyama* DNP(2nd) Ms5w Ms6e Chiyosakae and below 6. Hironoumi*** Hokuseiho Ms9e Ms9w Shohoryu and below 7. WAKATAKE** Hokuseiho Ms9e Ms9w Shohoryu and below 8. chishafuwaku* Shohoryu Ms9w Ms10e Tochiseiryu and below 9. Sakura* Kitanowaka Ms14e Ms14w Sakigake and below 10. Achiyama Ryusei Ms22e Ms22w Tosamidori and below 11. Jakusotsu*** Ryusei Ms22e Ms22w Tosamidori and below 12. Wamahada* Asonoyama Ms58e Ms58w Toshoyama and below 13. Terarno Mineyaiba Sd8w Sd9e Hayatefuji and below 14. Jejima Akinoyama Sd14e Sd14w Asadaimon and below
  9. Hi there, this is to invite you to participate in Banzuke Surfing in the upcoming basho. The rules are very simple. Banzuke Surfing is run in several waves, with a new wave starting every year. The goal is to move up the banzuke as far and fast as possible. You do so by temporarily "adopting" one or more rikishi at a given banzuke position. If your rikishi moves up the banzuke, so will you, if the rikishi moves down by getting MK, so will you (at least, if all your picked rikishi move down). If your rikishi goes intai, you will get his last position next time. In the basho after the current one you will be taking the banzuke position of the best-placed rikishi you've picked this time. If your name appears on the list below, you have already participated. The column "Allowed Picks" shows you which rikishi of the banzuke you are allowed to pick next basho. If you are participating for the first time, you are allowed to pick any of the rikishi in the bottom 32 of the banzuke (as indicated below). The rikishi that you are allowed to pick are all rikishi below your last (or most successful) pick. So generally, you cannot pick the same rikishi twice. An exception is if your rikishi drops into the last 32 of the banzuke or goes banzuke-gai. In this case, of course, you can pick any of the bottom 32 rikishi (just like a new player). During your entire career of a given wave you can use up to three so-called jokers (indicated by the number of asterisks behind your name). Jokers are additional rikishi you can pick. In addition to the regular rikishi you pick for a basho, you can use as many jokers as you've still left. E.g., at the beginning of a wave you could pick four rikishi instead of one (regular + all jokers). As a consequence, the most successful one of these four will determine your new banzuke position. But on the downside this would mean that you don't have any jokers left for later bashos. So pick jokers wisely, three isn't much for a wave that might run for much more than a year. Deadline is shonichi 8 AM JST. All new players are allowed to pick Jk12e Kyokutaikai and below. Winner Last Surfer Position Banzuke 1. Sakura Takayasu Kw November 2020 Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 2. Ryoshishokunin DNP(1st) M5e M5w Onosho and below 3. Ganzohnesushi** Ishiura M16e M16w Chiyomaru and below 4. Jejima Oho J14w Ms1e Kotokuzan and below 5. Andoreasu*** Yago Ms1w Ms2e Tochimaru and below 6. Unkonoyama* DNP(2nd) Ms5w Ms6e Chiyosakae and below 7. Wamahada Abi Ms7e Ms7w Chiyoarashi and below 8. Mmikasazuma** Hokuseiho Ms9e Ms9w Shohoryu and below 9. Hironoumi*** Hokuseiho Ms9e Ms9w Shohoryu and below 10. Jakusotsu*** Hokuseiho Ms9e Ms9w Shohoryu and below 11. Yubinhaad*** Shohoryu Ms9w Ms10e Tochiseiryu and below 12. Terarno Asagyokusei Ms23e Ms23w Tennozan and below 13. Achiyama** Shinohara Ms29w Ms30e Nihonyanagi and below 14. chishafuwaku** Shishi Ms34w Ms35e Yoshoyama and below 15. WAKATAKE*** Shimoyama Sd19w Sd20e Nakashima and below
  10. Hi there, this is to invite you to participate in Banzuke Surfing in the upcoming basho. The rules are very simple. Banzuke Surfing is run in several waves, with a new wave starting every year. The goal is to move up the banzuke as far and fast as possible. You do so by temporarily "adopting" one or more rikishi at a given banzuke position. If your rikishi moves up the banzuke, so will you, if the rikishi moves down by getting MK, so will you (at least, if all your picked rikishi move down). If your rikishi goes intai, you will get his last position next time. In the basho after the current one you will be taking the banzuke position of the best-placed rikishi you've picked this time. If your name appears on the list below, you have already participated. The column "Allowed Picks" shows you which rikishi of the banzuke you are allowed to pick next basho. If you are participating for the first time, you are allowed to pick any of the rikishi in the bottom 32 of the banzuke (as indicated below). The rikishi that you are allowed to pick are all rikishi below your last (or most successful) pick. So generally, you cannot pick the same rikishi twice. An exception is if your rikishi drops into the last 32 of the banzuke or goes banzuke-gai. In this case, of course, you can pick any of the bottom 32 rikishi (just like a new player). During your entire career of a given wave you can use up to three so-called jokers (indicated by the number of asterisks behind your name). Jokers are additional rikishi you can pick. In addition to the regular rikishi you pick for a basho, you can use as many jokers as you've still left. E.g., at the beginning of a wave you could pick four rikishi instead of one (regular + all jokers). As a consequence, the most successful one of these four will determine your new banzuke position. But on the downside this would mean that you don't have any jokers left for later bashos. So pick jokers wisely, three isn't much for a wave that might run for much more than a year. Deadline is shonichi 8 AM JST. All new players are allowed to pick Jk12e Kyokutaikai and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Terarno Enho J1e J1w Chiyonoo and below 2. Holleshoryu Takakento J11w J12e Chiyonoumi and below 3. chishafuwaku* Takakento J11w J12e Chiyonoumi and below 4. Andoreasu*** Chiyoarashi Ms7w Ms8e Shimazuumi and below 5. Unkonoyama** DNP(2nd) Ms8e Ms8w Shiba and below 6. Jejima* Hokuseiho Ms9e Ms9w Shohoryu and below 7. Ganzohnesushi** Shohoryu Ms9w Ms10e Tochiseiryu and below 8. Sakura* Oshoryu Ms21e Ms21w Amanoshima and below 9. Wamahada* Ofukasawa Ms33w Ms34e Tochinobori and below 10. Jakusotsu*** Ofukasawa Ms33w Ms34e Tochinobori and below 11. Achiyama** Wakatakamoto Ms38w Ms39e Okinofuji and below 12. Ryoshishokunin*** DNP(1st) Ms50w Ms51e Hokutomaru and below 13. Hironoumi*** Wakayama Ms52w Ms53e Hokutotsubasa and below 14. WAKATAKE*** Takeoka Sd1e Sd1w Nishinoryu and below 15. Mmikasazuma* Shimoyama Sd19w Sd20e Nakashima and below 16. themistyseas*** DNP(2nd) Jd15e Jd15w Murayama and below
  11. Hi there, this is to invite you to participate in Banzuke Surfing in the upcoming basho. The rules are very simple. Banzuke Surfing is run in several waves, with a new wave starting every year. The goal is to move up the banzuke as far and fast as possible. You do so by temporarily "adopting" one or more rikishi at a given banzuke position. If your rikishi moves up the banzuke, so will you, if the rikishi moves down by getting MK, so will you (at least, if all your picked rikishi move down). If your rikishi goes intai, you will get his last position next time. In the basho after the current one you will be taking the banzuke position of the best-placed rikishi you've picked this time. If your name appears on the list below, you have already participated. The column "Allowed Picks" shows you which rikishi of the banzuke you are allowed to pick next basho. If you are participating for the first time, you are allowed to pick any of the rikishi in the bottom 32 of the banzuke (as indicated below). The rikishi that you are allowed to pick are all rikishi below your last (or most successful) pick. So generally, you cannot pick the same rikishi twice. An exception is if your rikishi drops into the last 32 of the banzuke or goes banzuke-gai. In this case, of course, you can pick any of the bottom 32 rikishi (just like a new player). During your entire career of a given wave you can use up to three so-called jokers (indicated by the number of asterisks behind your name). Jokers are additional rikishi you can pick. In addition to the regular rikishi you pick for a basho, you can use as many jokers as you've still left. E.g., at the beginning of a wave you could pick four rikishi instead of one (regular + all jokers). As a consequence, the most successful one of these four will determine your new banzuke position. But on the downside this would mean that you don't have any jokers left for later bashos. So pick jokers wisely, three isn't much for a wave that might run for much more than a year. Deadline is shonichi 8 AM JST. All new players are allowed to pick Jk12e Kyokutaikai and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Jakusotsu** Kotokuzan Ms1e Ms1w Yago and below 2. WAKATAKE** Murata Ms3w Ms4e Tokisakae and below 3. Wamahada* Abi Ms7e Ms7w Chiyoarashi and below 4. Unkonoyama** DNP(2nd) Ms8e Ms8w Shiba and below 5. Mmikasazuma** Hokuseiho Ms9e Ms9w Shohoryu and below 6. chishafuwaku* Tanabe Ms12w Ms13e Kainoshima and below 7. Oortael* Kitanowaka Ms14e Ms14w Sakigake and below 8. Andoreasu*** Oshoryu Ms21e Ms21w Amanoshima and below 9. Achiyama** Asagyokusei Ms23e Ms23w Tennozan and below 10. Terarno Shishi Ms34w Ms35e Yoshoyama and below 11. Ryoshishokunin*** DNP(1st) Ms41e Ms41w Kotoyuki and below 12. Sakura* Narutaki Ms45w Ms46e Dainichido and below 13. Jejima Marusho Ms49w Ms50e Kainoryu and below 14. Hironoumi*** Nogami Ms55w Ms56e Shuji and below 15. Ganzohnesushi*** Fukushima Sd22e Sd22w Asahisho and below 16. Athenayama*** DNP(1st) Sd72e Sd72w Ishii and below 17. Shinobi Steve*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 18. themistyseas*** DNP(1st) Jd42w Jd43e Fukuminato and below
  12. Hi there, this is to invite you to participate in Banzuke Surfing in the upcoming basho. The rules are very simple. Banzuke Surfing is run in several waves, with a new wave starting every year. The goal is to move up the banzuke as far and fast as possible. You do so by temporarily "adopting" one or more rikishi at a given banzuke position. If your rikishi moves up the banzuke, so will you, if the rikishi moves down by getting MK, so will you (at least, if all your picked rikishi move down). If your rikishi goes intai, you will get his last position next time. In the basho after the current one you will be taking the banzuke position of the best-placed rikishi you've picked this time. If your name appears on the list below, you have already participated. The column "Allowed Picks" shows you which rikishi of the banzuke you are allowed to pick next basho. If you are participating for the first time, you are allowed to pick any of the rikishi in the bottom 32 of the banzuke (as indicated below). The rikishi that you are allowed to pick are all rikishi below your last (or most successful) pick. So generally, you cannot pick the same rikishi twice. An exception is if your rikishi drops into the last 32 of the banzuke or goes banzuke-gai. In this case, of course, you can pick any of the bottom 32 rikishi (just like a new player). During your entire career of a given wave you can use up to three so-called jokers (indicated by the number of asterisks behind your name). Jokers are additional rikishi you can pick. In addition to the regular rikishi you pick for a basho, you can use as many jokers as you've still left. E.g., at the beginning of a wave you could pick four rikishi instead of one (regular + all jokers). As a consequence, the most successful one of these four will determine your new banzuke position. But on the downside this would mean that you don't have any jokers left for later bashos. So pick jokers wisely, three isn't much for a wave that might run for much more than a year. Deadline is shonichi 8 AM JST. All new players are allowed to pick Jk12e Kyokutaikai and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Oortael*** Abi Ms7e Ms7w Chiyoarashi and below 2. Sakura*** Abi Ms7e Ms7w Chiyoarashi and below 3. Ganzohnesushi** Abi Ms7e Ms7w Chiyoarashi and below 4. chishafuwaku*** Abi Ms7e Ms7w Chiyoarashi and below 5. Terarno* Shinohara Ms29w Ms30e Nihonyanagi and below 6. Achiyama*** Sasakiyama Ms44e Ms44w Mitotsukasa and below 7. Ryoshishokunin*** DNP(1st) Ms44w Ms45e Kaiseijo and below 8. Jakusotsu*** Nogami Ms55w Ms56e Shuji and below 9. Holleshoryu*** Asonoyama Ms58e Ms58w Toshoyama and below 10. Unkonoyama** DNP(2nd) Sd9w Sd10e Dewanojo and below 11. Mmikasazuma*** Shimoyama Sd19w Sd20e Nakashima and below 12. Andoreasu*** Shimoyama Sd19w Sd20e Nakashima and below 13. Hironoumi*** Nabatame Sd24e Sd24w Kaiyudai and below 14. WAKATAKE*** Yoshiazuma Sd42w Sd43e Tsunekawa and below 15. Houmanumi*** Atamifuji Sd48e Sd48w Ebisumaru and below 16. Wamahada** Atamifuji Sd48e Sd48w Ebisumaru and below 17. Jejima*** Atamifuji Sd48e Sd48w Ebisumaru and below 18. themistyseas*** DNP(1st) Sd82e Sd82w Mukaida and below 19. Shinobi Steve* Makio Jd34e Jd34w Koki and below 20. Athenayama*** Kenho Jd46w Jd47e Nagata and below 21. ChickyStarr*** DNP(2nd) Jd85w Jd86e Hokutoshin and below
  13. Hi there, this is to invite you to participate in Banzuke Surfing in the upcoming basho. The rules are very simple. Banzuke Surfing is run in several waves, with a new wave starting every year. The goal is to move up the banzuke as far and fast as possible. You do so by temporarily "adopting" one or more rikishi at a given banzuke position. If your rikishi moves up the banzuke, so will you, if the rikishi moves down by getting MK, so will you (at least, if all your picked rikishi move down). If your rikishi goes intai, you will get his last position next time. In the basho after the current one you will be taking the banzuke position of the best-placed rikishi you've picked this time. If your name appears on the list below, you have already participated. The column "Allowed Picks" shows you which rikishi of the banzuke you are allowed to pick next basho. If you are participating for the first time, you are allowed to pick any of the rikishi in the bottom 32 of the banzuke (as indicated below). The rikishi that you are allowed to pick are all rikishi below your last (or most successful) pick. So generally, you cannot pick the same rikishi twice. An exception is if your rikishi drops into the last 32 of the banzuke or goes banzuke-gai. In this case, of course, you can pick any of the bottom 32 rikishi (just like a new player). During your entire career of a given wave you can use up to three so-called jokers (indicated by the number of asterisks behind your name). Jokers are additional rikishi you can pick. In addition to the regular rikishi you pick for a basho, you can use as many jokers as you've still left. E.g., at the beginning of a wave you could pick four rikishi instead of one (regular + all jokers). As a consequence, the most successful one of these four will determine your new banzuke position. But on the downside this would mean that you don't have any jokers left for later bashos. So pick jokers wisely, three isn't much for a wave that might run for much more than a year. Deadline is shonichi 8 AM JST. All new players are allowed to pick Jk12e Kyokutaikai and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Sakura** Tomokaze Sd88e Sd88w Asatenmai and below 2. Jejima** Tomokaze Sd88e Sd88w Asatenmai and below 3. Oortael*** Tomokaze Sd88e Sd88w Asatenmai and below 4. Hironoumi*** Tomokaze Sd88e Sd88w Asatenmai and below 5. Achiyama*** Tomokaze Sd88e Sd88w Asatenmai and below 6. Wamahada** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 7. chishafuwaku*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 8. Houmanumi*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 9. WAKATAKE*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 10. Holleshoryu*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 11. Shinobi Steve*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 12. Gernobono*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 13. Jakusotsu*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 14. Terarno** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 15. Andoreasu*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 16. Ganzohnesushi*** Arauma Jd18w Jd19e Ouzakura and below 17. Athenayama*** Kotokino Jd33w Jd34e Makio and below 18. Yubinhaad*** Kyoda Jd42e Jd42w Honma and below 19. Ryoshishokunin*** DNP(1st) Jd48w Jd49e Mimurodake and below 20. themistyseas*** DNP(1st) Jd49e Jd49w Yoshimura and below 21. Mmikasazuma*** Fujiizumi Jd72e Jd72w Kitanomine and below
  14. Jakusotsu

    New Online Sumo Game

    Boring. Taking Akiseyama to Yokozuna, that's the challenge!