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  1. Natsu jungyo 2018

  2. Tipspiel Banzuke Aki 2018

    Yassier (O2e 9-6) O1 Andoreasu (O1w 7-8) kuroimori (O1e 6-9) O2 Shinkansen (O2w 6-9) Taka (S2w 10-5) S1 GONZABUROW (S1w 8-7) Itachiyama (Kw 12-3) S2 Metzinowaka (M2e 13-2) Jakusotsu (Ke 10-5) K Andonishiki (M3e 12-3) Kaiomitsuki (M4e 11-4) M1 Pitinosato (M10e 14-1) Fujisan (M6w 12-3) M2 Norizo (M3w 9-6) Watashi (S2e 6-9) M3 pandaazuma (S1e 5-10) Jejima (M9e 10-5) M4 Schnappamawashi (M1e 6-9) Mariohana (M12e 11-4) M5 Asashosakari (M4w 7-8) Konosato (M7e 8-7) M6 ScreechingOwl (M5w 7-8) Susanoo (M8e 8-7) M7 Senkoho (M6e 6-9) Taxinohana (M5e 5-10) M8 Akamiri (J1e 11-4) Profomisakari (M1w 2-13) M9 Tenshinhan (J4w 11-4) Packamawashi (M7w 4-11) M10 Kaiowaka (J6e 11-4) Rikishimiezi (M11e Kosho) M11 Wamahada (M11w Kosho) Oshirokita (M2w 1-14) M12 Nantonoyama (M12w Kosho) Gawasukotto (M9w 5-10) M13 Sebunshu (M13e 7-8) Tainosen (M14e Kosho) M14 Mischashimaru (M13w 7-8) Haidouzo (M10w 5-10) M15 Hana-ichi (M15w Kosho) Gernobono (J3e 8-7) M16 Sushibomber (neu 13-2) Ganzohnesushi (J8w 10-5) J1 Kitakachiyama (M16w 6-9) Mayumi (J1w 7-8) J2 Terarno (M15e 5-10) Tsunamiko (J7e 8-7) J3 Frinkanohana (M16e 4-11) Heiershoryu (M8w 0-15) J4 Flohru (M14w 3-12) chishafuwaku (J10w 9-6) J5 kamogawa (J4e 6-9) Chisaiyama (J5w 7-8) J6 wolfgangho (neu 9-6) Gansekiiwa (J6w 7-8) J7 Gurowake (J5e 6-9) Nekonishiki (J8e Kosho) J8 Oroganosato (J2e 4-11) Anjoboshi (J12e 8-7) J9 Uminoyume (J3w 4-11) Takanorappa (J7w 5-10) J10 Holleshoryu (J9w 5-10) Heisikuomi (J2w 0-15) J11 Basoyama (J9e 4-11) Manatsumai (J10e 0-15) J12 Tsubame (J11e 0-15) Kotononami (J11w 0-0-15) J13 Chokoryu (J12w 0-0-15)
  3. Which makes me wonder how Tosanoumi got there, unless that policy was established after Kitakachidoki took the helm.
  4. Natsu jungyo 2018

    Instead of Sadanoumi, Kise should rather pick on Chiyomaru who has the same Makuuchi record as Daieisho (101-124) which is the worst of all current Maegashira*. (*not counting Kotoeko and Meisei) Edit: by the way, when you take away the aforementioned two, there's a neat 20-20 split between Makuuchi rikishi with a positive and a negative W-L-balance.
  5. Natsu jungyo 2018

    Where did you get that idea? Must be alternative facts...
  6. Tsukebito

    Stop beating them up should help, too.
  7. Games Talk Nagoya 2018

    Of course you wouldn't, he was already retired when you started sumogaming. But I'm a bit surprised myself. During the final stage of his career, Gernobono and me both followed the self-imposed rule to always put the opponent of Miyabiyama at zero in Tipspiel.
  8. Games Talk Nagoya 2018

    Here you go. Top-ten: 1. Miyabiyama 64.758% 2. Tochinoshin 64.478% 3. Iwakiyama 63.875% 4. Toyonoshima 63.223% 5. Terunofuji 63.055% 6. Shodai 62.561% 7. Aoiyama 61.788% 8. Ikioi 61.676% 9. Aran 61.491% 10. Takarafuji 61.078% Bottom-ten: 1. Ushiomaru 45.185% 2. Terutsuyoshi 45.230% 3. Takagenji 45.728% 4. Shirononami 46.387% 5. Yago 46.761% 6. Kyokutaisei 47.395% 7. Shoketsu 47.718% 8. Meisei 48.296% 9. Kiribayama 48.322% 10. Chiyohakuho 48.604% The top-ten are completely different now while the bottom-three remained the same.
  9. Games Talk Nagoya 2018

    Define "much closer", and we're game!
  10. Bench Sumo news

    @Ganzohnesushi You make some good points, but that's not how it was done in Ozumo back when kosho was still a thing. For instance, see Hayateumi here and there.
  11. Break The Curse (The Nigate Game) Nagoya 2018

    I did that, too. And even if you accumulate the maximum score actually *achieved* on each day, the value is much too high to yield proper results (i.e. a distribution between 10-5 and 6-9). (68 players currently in Tipspiel, split into three groups)
  12. Games Talk Nagoya 2018

    I've examined all available data now (going back to Haru 2008). Here are the top-ten: 1. Hakuho 87.692% 2. Asashoryu 78.496% 3. Hamanishiki 76.269% 4. Hishofuji 70.311% 5. Baruto 69.280% 6. Harumafuji 69.234% 7. Kisenosato 68.986% 8. Kakuryu 67.927% 9. Nakanokuni 67.588% 10. Kotomitsuki 65.793% And here are the party poopers: 1. Ushiomaru 45.185% 2. Terutsuyoshi 45.230% 3. Takagenji 45.728% 4. Takayoshitoshi 46.189% 5. Hakurozan 46.270% 6. Shirononami 46.387% 7. Daiyubu 46.643% 8. Yago 46.761% 9. Kyokutaisei 47.395% 10. Meisei 48.296% A lot of current Juryo rikishi here, perhaps because players didn't have time enough yet to evaluate them properly.
  13. Break The Curse (The Nigate Game) Nagoya 2018

    I tackled the problem by applying the same method we use for Tipspiel (aka DST): calculate the average score for each day independently using only those players who actually made a pick, and then add up these averages to determine a "KK-Line". (182.818 points for the current basho) Then take the score of the winner (221 points) as benchmark for 15 wins and graduate the other players accordingly: ( 221 - 182.818) / 7 = 5.455 , so the number of wins for each player is their points-difference to the KK-Line in multiples of 5.455 This is how the results for this basho would look like using that method: Unkonoyama 221 15-0 Tenshinhan 217 14-1 chishafuwaku 216 14-1 shimodahito 191 9-6 Jakusotsu 189 9-6 Gaijingai 183 8-7 KK-Line---------182.818 ChickyStarr 181 7-8 Sakura 179 7-8 RaeucherLax 175 6-9 Achiyama 173 6-9 Gansekiiwa 161 4-11 wolfgangho 159 3-12 kuroimori 158 3-12 Senkoho 158 3-12 WAKATAKE 156 3-12 gernobono 151 2-13 Pandaazuma 22 0-15 You could add some fine-tuning by postulating required levels for achieving 15-0. For instance, in Tipspiel a leader with less than 160 points gets a 14-1 (and the divider in the formula above is reduced to 6), with less than 150 points a 13-2, and with less than 140 points a 12-3 result (changing the dividers accordingly).
  14. YDC convenes

  15. Nagoya Basho 2018 Discussion [SPOILERS]

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