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  1. Jakusotsu

    YDC convenes after Aki 2022

    And still be able to regain the rank with 10 wins? What's the point??
  2. Sad news: Ozeki Andoreasu lost his rank! I know that the Ozumo Kyokai would now pull some rabbit Ozeki from their hat, but I rather ditch that rank altogether and remove the "O" moniker from our Yokozuna as well. One win had to be added for the Sekitori, and two in Makushita. It still looks clunky at some places, but that can't be helped. Kitakachiyama (YOe 5-10 -> 6-9) Y Andrasoyama (S1w 7-8 -> 8-7) S1 Ganzohnesushi (S2e 7-8 -> 8-7) Susanoo (K1e 8-5-2 -> 9-6) S2 Andoreasu (Ow 5-10 -> 6-9) Flohru (M3e 9-5-1 -> 10-5) K1 Pitinosato (M4e 9-6 -> 10-5) K2 ScreechingOwl (S1e 6-9 -> 7-8) Jakusotsu (M2e 8-7 -> 9-6) M1 Kaito (M3w 8-7 -> 9-6) Golynohana (K1w 5-10 -> 6-9) M2 Asashosakari (M2w Kosho) Kaiowaka (K2w 5-10 -> 6-9) M3 Konosato (M6e 8-7 -> 9-6) GONZABUROW (M4w 7-8 -> 8-7) M4 Pandaazuma (M1e 5-10 -> 6-9) Kobashi (M10w 10-5 -> 11-4) M5 Unkonoyama (M7e 8-6-1 -> 9-6) Joaoiyama (M6w 7-8 -> 8-7) M6 Oshirokita (M8e 8-7 -> 9-6) Chelseayama (M5e 6-9 -> 7-8) M7 Chishafuwaku (M9e 8-7 -> 9-6) Sakura (M9w 8-7 -> 9-6) M8 Fujisan (M5w 5-10 -> 6-9) Ruziklao (M12w 8-6-1 -> 9-6) M9 Oskahanada (M8w 6-9 -> 7-8) Holleshoryu (M14w 8-7 -> 9-6) M10 Asapedroryu (M17w 10-5 -> 11-4) Bill (M7w 4-11 -> 5-10) M11 Nantonoyama (M1w Kyujo) Fujiyama (M11w 6-9 -> 7-8) M12 Gaijingai (M10e 5-10 -> 6-9) Frinkanohana (M12e 6-9 -> 7-8) M13 Kotononami (M11e 5-10 -> 6-9) Kuroimori (M13e 6-8-1 -> 7-8) M14 Oortael (J1e 9-6 -> 10-5) Chankoyama (M15e 6-9 -> 7-8) M15 Futtokazan (M15w 6-8-1 -> 7-8) Metzinowaka (M14e 5-10 -> 6-9) M16 Oyama (J2e 7-8 -> 8-7) Gawasukotto (M17e 6-8-1 -> 7-8) M17 Kasamatsuri (M13w 4-11 -> 5-10) Saruyama (M16w 5-10 -> 6-9) J1 Kintamayama (J3w 7-8 -> 8-7) Gansekiiwa (J1w 6-9 -> 7-8) J2 Kishikaisei (J5e 7-7-1 -> 8-7) Kajiyanosho (J6e 7-8 -> 8-7) J3 Jejima (M16e 2-13 -> 3-12) Achiyama (J4e 6-9 -> 7-8) J4 Andonishiki (J3e 5-9-1 -> 6-9) Reijinguoshan (J13e 9-6 -> 10-5) J5 Palletta (J2w 4-11 -> 5-10) Doreikishi (J13w 8-7 -> 9-6) J6 Anjoboshi (J6w 6-9 -> 7-8) Netsuzakura (J7e 6-9 -> 7-8) J7 Taxinohana (J5w 5-10 -> 6-9) Taka (J8e Kosho) J8 Wamahada (J10e 7-8 -> 8-7) Athenayama (J11e 7-8 -> 8-7) J9 Kyoju (J11w 7-6-2 -> 8-7) Kashunowaka (J9w 6-9 -> 7-8) J10 Rikishimiezi (J12w 7-8 -> 8-7) Balon (J4w 3-12 -> 4-11) J11 Manatsumai (J14e 7-8 -> 8-7) Hogashi (J9e 4-11 -> 5-10) J12 Takanorappa (J7w 3-12 -> 4-11) Profomisakari (J8w 3-12 -> 4-11) J13 Next-ozeki-ura (ms2w 7-6-2 -> 9-6) Hagamachikuni (ms3e 7-7-1 -> 9-6) J14 Mariohana (J14w Kosho) Korinokoishi (ms3w 7-5-3 -> 9-6) ms1 Chocshoporyu (ms1w 6-9 -> 8-7) Beeftank (ms4e 7-8 -> 9-6) ms2 Shimodahito (ms4w 7-7-1 -> 9-6) Kutoyama (ms5e 7-8 -> 9-6) ms3 Chesuko (ms7w 7-8 -> 9-6) Hidenotora (J12e 2-13 -> 3-12) ms4 RaeucherLax (J10w 1-14 -> 2-13) Okamnoitamashi (ms1e 4-9-2 -> 6-9) ms5 Tomisakae (ms10e 7-8 -> 9-6) Terarno (ms2e 3-12 -> 5-10) ms6 Gaanaa (ms11e 6-9 -> 8-7) Kodaka (ms7e 5-6-4 -> 7-8) ms7 HaraKiri (mz 6-9 -> 8-7) Gernobono (ms8w 5-10 -> 7-8) ms8 Itchynotoe (ms11w 5-10 -> 7-8) BariiHachiBenson (ms8e 3-5-7 -> 5-10) ms9 Yarimotsu (ms12w 5-9-1 -> 7-8) Zannah (ms6e 2-13 -> 4-11) ms10 Mmikasazuma (ms10w Kosho) Shitaan (ms6w 2-9-4 -> 4-11) ms11 Takatakataka (ms13w 5-6-4 -> 7-8) Hana-ichi (ms5w 1-14 -> 3-12) ms12 TochiYESshin (ms14w 5-10 -> 7-8) Gusoyama (ms9e 2-13 -> 4-11) ms13 Dannybo (ms9w 2-5-8 -> 4-11) Neko (ms12e 3-8-4 -> 5-10) ms14 Koorifuu (mz 5-8-2 -> 7-8) WAKATAKE (ms13e 3-12 -> 5-10) ms15 Ketsukai (mz 3-11-1 -> 5-10) Randomaru (ms14e 1-12-2 -> 3-12) ms16 Iruka (mz 1-1-13 -> 3-12) Sumobagels (mz 1-1-13 -> 3-12) ms17 Bosonami (mz 0-1-14 -> 2-13) Banzuke-gai: Kuodorupuru (ms15e) Kamogawa (ms15w) Chartorenji (ms16e)
  3. Jakusotsu

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite - September 2022 edition

    Tough crowd. Even a 9-0 start into the basho wasn't enough to reinforce the love for our boy.
  4. Jakusotsu

    Turn The Tide - Banzuke Aki 2022

    One win had to be added in Juryo, and two in Makushita. Kitakachiyama (YOe 9-6 -> 9-6) YO O Andoreasu (Ow 7-8 -> 7-8) ScreechingOwl (Se 10-5 -> 10-5) S1 Andrasoyama (Sw 8-7 -> 8-7) Ganzohnesushi (M3w 10-4-1 -> 10-5) S2 Susanoo (K2e 8-6-1 -> 8-7) K1 Golynohana (M1e 9-6 -> 9-6) K2 Kaiowaka (K1w Kosho) Pandaazuma (M5w 10-5 -> 10-5) M1 Nantonoyama (M2w 8-7 -> 8-7) Jakusotsu (M6w 10-5 -> 10-5) M2 Asashosakari (M4w 9-6 -> 9-6) Flohru (M3e Kosho) M3 Kaito (M5e 9-6 -> 9-6) Pitinosato (K1e 6-9 -> 6-9) M4 GONZABUROW (M1w 7-8 -> 7-8) Chelseayama (M2e 7-7-1 -> 7-8) M5 Fujisan (M8w 9-3-3 -> 9-6) Konosato (M7e 8-7 -> 8-7) M6 Joaoiyama (M6e 7-8 -> 7-8) Unkonoyama (M11e 8-7 -> 8-7) M7 Bill (M4e 5-10 -> 5-10) Oshirokita (M12e 8-7 -> 8-7) M8 Oskahanada (M14w 9-6 -> 9-6) Chishafuwaku (M7w 6-8-1 -> 6-9) M9 Sakura (M9w Kosho) Gaijingai (M10e Kosho) M10 Kobashi (M10w Kosho) Kotononami (M17e 9-6 -> 9-6) M11 Fujiyama (M11w 7-8 -> 7-8) Frinkanohana (M9e 5-9-1 -> 5-10) M12 Ruziklao (M12w Kosho) Kuroimori (M16w 8-6-1 -> 8-7) M13 Kasamatsuri (M13w 7-8 -> 7-8) Metzinowaka (M8e 4-11 -> 4-11) M14 Holleshoryu (J1w 7-8 -> 8-7) Chankoyama (M14e 6-8-1 -> 6-9) M15 Futtokazan (J2w 7-8 -> 8-7) Jejima (M15e 6-9 -> 6-9) M16 Saruyama (M13e 4-11 -> 4-11) Gawasukotto (J5w 8-7 -> 9-6) M17 Asapedroryu (M15w 5-10 -> 5-10) Oortael (M18e 7-8 -> 7-8) J1 Gansekiiwa (J4w 7-8 -> 8-7) Oyama (M17w 5-10 -> 5-10) J2 Palletta (J6w 7-7-1 -> 8-7) Andonishiki (J2e 6-9 -> 7-8) J3 Kintamayama (M16e 3-11-1 -> 3-12) Achiyama (J3e 6-9 -> 7-8) J4 Balon (J8e 7-8 -> 8-7) Kishikaisei (J4e 6-7-2 -> 7-8) J5 Taxinohana (J10e 8-7 -> 9-6) Kajiyanosho (J1e 4-11 -> 5-10) J6 Anjoboshi (J10w 8-5-2 -> 9-6) Netsuzakura (J9e 7-8 -> 8-7) J7 Takanorappa (J5e 5-10 -> 6-9) Taka (J7e 6-9 -> 7-8) J8 Profomisakari (ms3w 9-6 -> 11-4) Hogashi (J8w 6-9 -> 7-8) J9 Kashunowaka (J3w 3-11-1 -> 4-11) Wamahada (J6e 4-11 -> 5-10) J10 RaeucherLax (ms1e 7-8 -> 9-6) Athenayama (ms2e 7-8 -> 9-6) J11 Kyoju (J7w 4-11 -> 5-10) Hidenotora (ms1w 6-9 -> 8-7) J12 Rikishimiezi (J12w Kosho) Reijinguoshan (ms5w 7-8 -> 9-6) J13 Doreikishi (J11w 5-10 -> 6-9) Manatsumai (J14e 6-9 -> 7-8) J14 Mariohana (J14w 6-9 -> 7-8) Okamnoitamashi (ms5e 6-8-1 -> 8-7) ms1 Chocshoporyu (J13w 5-9-1 -> 6-9) Terarno (J12e 4-11 -> 5-10) ms2 Next-ozeki-ura (J9w 2-12-1 -> 3-12) Hagamachikuni (J13e 3-11-1 -> 4-11) ms3 Korinokoishi (J11e 2-9-4 -> 3-12) Beeftank (ms11e 7-8 -> 9-6) ms4 Shimodahito (ms4e 5-10 -> 7-8) Kutoyama (ms2w 4-4-7 -> 6-9) ms5 Hana-ichi (ms3e 4-11 -> 6-9) Zannah (ms9w 6-9 -> 8-7) ms6 Shitaan (ms10e 6-8-1 -> 8-7) Kodaka (ms10w 6-8-1 -> 8-7) ms7 Chesuko (ms4w 4-10-1 -> 6-9) BariiHachiBenson (ms7w 5-10 -> 7-8) ms8 Gernobono (ms6e 4-11 -> 6-9) Gusoyama (ms15e 6-6-3 -> 8-7) ms9 Dannybo (ms7e 4-6-5 -> 6-9) Tomisakae (ms12e 5-10 -> 7-8) ms10 Mmikasazuma (ms6w 2-9-4 -> 4-11) Gaanaa (ms13e 5-10 -> 7-8) ms11 Itchynotoe (ms11w 4-11 -> 6-9) Neko (ms12w 4-10-1 -> 6-9) ms12 Yarimotsu (ms9e 2-12-1 -> 4-11) WAKATAKE (ms8e 1-11-3 -> 3-12) ms13 Takatakataka (ms8w 1-3-11 -> 3-12) Randomaru (ms14e Kosho) ms14 TochiYESshin (mz 3-12 -> 5-10) Kuodorupuru (ms13w Kyujo) ms15 Kamogawa (ms14w Kyujo) Chartorenji (ms16e Kyujo) ms16 Banzuke-gai: KazeJihi (ms15w) The Chosen One (ms16w)
  5. 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 Jk3w Najima and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Terarno Kotonowaka M2e M2w Meisei and below 2. chishafuwaku Myogiryu M9e M9w Kotoeko and below 3. Andoreasu*** Kotokuzan J7e J7w Enho and below 4. Holleshoryu Shimazuumi J10e J10w Tokushoryu and below 5. Jejima Kinbozan J12w J13e Oshoma and below 6. Hironoumi*** Chiyonoumi Ms6w Ms7e Shiden and below 7. Ganzohnesushi** Hokutenkai Ms12w Ms13e Kainoshima and below 8. Jakusotsu*** Mineyaiba Ms27w Ms28e Yuma and below 9. Sakura Mineyaiba Ms27w Ms28e Yuma and below 10. Achiyama** Mineyaiba Ms27w Ms28e Yuma and below 11. Mmikasazuma* Inoue Ms31w Ms32e Kototsubasa and below 12. Wamahada* Naya Sd9e Sd9w Raiho and below 13. WAKATAKE*** Mochizuki Sd11w Sd12e Daishoki and below
  6. Jakusotsu

    Aki 2022 discussion (results)

    Took me a while, but I think I finally understand what this cryptic post is about - seems like the OP assumes scripted bouts รก la WWF.
  7. Jakusotsu

    Aki 2022 day 14 pics overview

    Thank you, @Akinomaki, for all your contributions throughout the year! It's impossible to click the appropriate reaction for each of your posts without exceeding the daily quota quickly.
  8. Jakusotsu

    Spirited rikishi Aki 2022

    Takakeisho beats Tamawashi?!? LOL
  9. Jakusotsu

    Aki 2022 discussion (results)

    Very happy for Tamawashi. I wouldn't be surprised at all if he wins his 3rd at 40+.
  10. Jakusotsu

    Aki 2022 discussion (results)

    Yup, for a very long time actually.
  11. Jakusotsu

    Turn The Tide - Banzuke Aki 2022

    http://turnthetide.sumogames.de/Standing.aspx?B=195&D=15 It was Asapedroryu's yusho to lose - and he did! Runner-up Kobashi came from behind and snatched the trophy on tie-breakers - omedeto! Yusho: M10w Kobashi (10-5) Jun-Yusho: M17w Asapedroryu (10-5) Kanto-sho: M7e Unkonoyama (27) Gino-sho: J13e Reijinguoshan (12-12) Shukun-sho: M7e Unkonoyama (5.889) (2nd in a row) Thank you for playing, see ya in November!
  12. Jakusotsu

    Games talk - Aki basho 2022

    As far as I know, first listed is first place on tie-breakers, so no luck there.
  13. Jakusotsu

    Banzuke Surfing Aki 2022 (13th Wave)

    Final Standings Aki Basho and Rank Estimates for Kyushu: Most fantastic jinx ever, indeed! Winner Last Surfer Position Banzuke 1. Sakura Takayasu Kw November 2020 Rank Shikona Surfs Position Standing Rank Estimate 2. Ganzohnesushi Kotonowaka/Meisei M2e/M2w 8-7/8-7 ? Takayasu M4w 11-4 3. Jakusotsu*** Hokuseiho J9e 9-6 J5 4. Andoreasu*** Hokuseiho J9e 9-6 J5 5. Wamahada Kinbozan J12w 10-5 J6 6. WAKATAKE*** DNP(1st) Ms8e N/A Ms8e 7. Hironoumi*** Yoshii Ms3e 2-5 Ms12 8. chishafuwaku* Kanzaki Ms21e 4-3 Ms15 9. Mmikasazuma** DNP(1st) Ms19e N/A Ms19e 10. Achiyama* Wakatakamoto/Hatsuyama Ms40w/Ms60e 4-3/4-3 Ms31 11. Yubinhaad* Okinofuji Ms44w 3-4 Ms53 12. Terarno Hanafusa Sd16w 4-3 Sd5 13. Koorifuu*** Otani Jk16w 7-0 Jd21 14. Jejima Suguro Ms50w 0-0-7 Sd25
  14. 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 Jk3w Najima and below. Winner Last Surfer Position Banzuke 1. Sakura Takayasu Kw November 2020 Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 2. Ganzohnesushi** Midorifuji M1w M2e Kotonowaka and below 3. Jakusotsu*** Kotokuzan J7e J7w Enho and below 4. Andoreasu*** Kotokuzan J7e J7w Enho and below 5. Wamahada Chiyosakae J11e J11w Kitanowaka and below 6. Hironoumi*** Tomokaze Ms2e Ms2w Yago and below 7. WAKATAKE*** Tochiseiryu Ms8e Ms8w Hakuyozan and below 8. Mmikasazuma** Tanabe Ms19e Ms19w Kitaharima and below 9. chishafuwaku* Dewanoryu Ms17w Ms18e Nionoumi and below 10. Achiyama** Kamitani Ms40e Ms40w Wakatakamoto and below 11. Yubinhaad* Fukai Ms41e Ms41w Oyamatoumi and below 12. Jejima Okinofuji Ms44w Ms45e Omoto and below 13. Terarno Kototebakari Sd13w Sd14e Kotakiyama and below
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    Banzuke Surfing Aki 2022 (14th Wave)

    Final Standings Aki Basho and Rank Estimates for Kyushu: I refuse to settle for any speculation for Takayasu, but I fear it won't be Sanyaku. Rank Shikona Surfs Position Standing Rank Estimate 1. Terarno Takayasu M4w 11-4 ? 2. chishafuwaku Takanosho M10w 8-7 M8 3. Andoreasu*** Hokuseiho J9e 9-6 J5 4. Holleshoryu Kinbozan J12w 10-5 J6 5. Jejima Oshoma J13e 8-7 J12 6. Hironoumi*** Asanoyama Ms15e 6-1 Ms3 7. Ganzohnesushi** Asanoyama Ms15e 6-1 Ms3 8. Mmikasazuma* DNP(1st) Ms31w N/A Ms31w 9. Jakusotsu*** Osanai Ms31e 2-5 Ms49 10. Sakura Osanai Ms31e 2-5 Ms49 11. Achiyama** Asakoki Ms29w 1-6 Ms56 12. WAKATAKE*** DNP(1st) Sd11w N/A Sd11w 13. Wamahada* Daiseizan Sd10w 0-0-7 Sd60 14. Koorifuu*** Otani Jk16w 7-0 Jd21
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    Banzuke Surfing Aki 2022 (15th Wave)

    Final Standings Aki Basho and Rank Estimates for Kyushu: Three players were definitely expecting better than just good. Rank Shikona Surfs Position Standing Rank Estimate 1. Wamahada* Kinbozan J12w 10-5 J6 2. Jejima Chiyosakae J11e 8-7 J9 3. Andoreasu*** Asanoyama Ms15e 6-1 Ms3 4. Hironoumi*** Asanoyama Ms15e 6-1 Ms3 5. Ganzohnesushi** Asanoyama Ms15e 6-1 Ms3 6. Terarno Tochikamiyama Ms14w 5-2 Ms6 7. Oortael* Kawazoe Ms15TD 4-3 Ms12 8. Sakura Kawazoe Ms15TD 4-3 Ms12 9. Jakusotsu** Kanzaki Ms21e 4-3 Ms15 10. Achiyama* Hayatefuji/Hatsuyama Ms26e/Ms60e 5-2/4-3 Ms15 11. Mmikasazuma** DNP(1st) Ms17e N/A Ms17e 12. WAKATAKE* DNP(1st) Ms26w N/A Ms26w 13. chishafuwaku* Hatooka Sd5w 5-2 Ms47 14. Koorifuu*** Otani Jk16w 7-0 Jd21 15. Hoshotakamoto*** Tsugunohana Jk12w 5-2 Jd82
  17. 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 Jk3w Najima and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Jejima Hokuseiho J9e J9w Kaisho and below 2. Wamahada* Chiyosakae J11e J11w Kitanowaka and below 3. Andoreasu*** Tomokaze Ms2e Ms2w Yago and below 4. Hironoumi*** Chiyonoumi Ms6w Ms7e Shiden and below 5. Ganzohnesushi** Shiden Ms7e Ms7w Tokihayate and below 6. Terarno Chiyonoo Ms9e Ms9w Tamashoho and below 7. Oortael* Asanoyama Ms15e Ms15w Chiyoarashi and below 8. Sakura Asanoyama Ms15e Ms15w Chiyoarashi and below 9. Mmikasazuma** Mukainakano Ms17e Ms17w Dewanoryu and below 10. Jakusotsu** Dewanoryu Ms17w Ms18e Nionoumi and below 11. Achiyama** Kanzaki Ms21e Ms21w Sasakiyama and below 12. WAKATAKE* Kotohaguro Ms26w Ms27e Chiyotora and below 13. chishafuwaku* Hatsuyama Ms60e Ms60w Fujinowaka and below
  18. Jakusotsu

    Banzuke Surfing Aki 2022 (16th Wave)

    Final Standings Aki Basho and Rank Estimates for Kyushu: Yet another wave led by Ganzohnesushi now. Rank Shikona Surfs Position Standing Rank Estimate 1. Ganzohnesushi* Kitanowaka/Kinbozan J11w/J12w 10-5/10-5 J5 2. chishafuwaku* Kinbozan J12w 10-5 J6 3. Oortael* Kotokuzan J7e 7-8 J8 4. Sakura* Asanoyama Ms15e 6-1 Ms3 5. Jakusotsu*** Kawazoe Ms15TD 4-3 Ms12 6. Wamahada** Hayatefuji Ms26e 5-2 Ms15 7. Jejima* Fujitoshi Ms24e 4-3 Ms18 8. Andoreasu*** Otsuji Ms28w 4-3 Ms22 9. Achiyama** Wakatakamoto/Hatsuyama Ms40w/Ms60e 4-3/4-3 Ms31 10. Athenayama*** Mukainakano Ms17e 2-5 Ms32 11. Hironoumi*** Asagyokusei Ms25w 3-4 Ms34 12. Terarno Kototebakari Sd13w 6-1 Ms38 13. Mmikasazuma*** DNP(1st) Sd22w N/A Sd22w 14. WAKATAKE*** DNP(1st) Sd29e N/A Sd29e 15. Holleshoryu** Nishikinoryu Sd69w 0-0-7 Jd19 16. Hoshotakamoto*** Otani Jk16w 7-0 Jd21 17. Koorifuu*** Otani Jk16w 7-0 Jd21
  19. 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 Jk3w Najima and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Oortael* Hidenoumi J5e J5w Asanowaka and below 2. Ganzohnesushi** Hokuseiho J9e J9w Kaisho and below 3. chishafuwaku* Kitanowaka J11w J12e Gonoyama and below 4. Sakura* Hakuyozan Ms8w Ms9e Chiyonoo and below 5. Jakusotsu*** Asanoyama Ms15e Ms15w Chiyoarashi and below 6. Athenayama*** Asanoyama Ms15e Ms15w Chiyoarashi and below 7. Hironoumi*** Kanzaki Ms21e Ms21w Sasakiyama and below 8. Andoreasu*** Kanzaki Ms21e Ms21w Sasakiyama and below 9. Jejima* Kanzaki Ms21e Ms21w Sasakiyama and below 10. Wamahada** Ryuo Ms25e Ms25w Asagyokusei and below 11. Achiyama*** Kamitani Ms40e Ms40w Wakatakamoto and below 12. Terarno Naya Sd9e Sd9w Raiho and below 13. Mmikasazuma*** Mudoho Sd22w Sd23e Genkaiho and below 14. WAKATAKE*** Shinohara Sd29e Sd29w Tatsuki and below 15. Holleshoryu** Yurikisho Sd69e Sd69w Nishikinoryu and below
  20. Jakusotsu

    Banzuke Surfing Aki 2022 (17th Wave)

    Final Standings Aki Basho and Rank Estimates for Kyushu: Hironoumi fell just one win short of jumping into first place. Rank Shikona Surfs Position Standing Rank Estimate 1. Andoreasu*** Ishizaki Ms16w 5-2 Ms7 2. Hironoumi*** Yuma Ms28e 6-1 Ms10 3. Jakusotsu*** Chiyotora Ms27e 5-2 Ms15 4. Athenayama Miyagi Ms37w 4-3 Ms30 5. Oortael** Kiryuko Ms22w 3-4 Ms31 6. Ganzohnesushi* Kiryuko Ms22w 3-4 Ms31 7. Achiyama** Kototebakari/Tanji Sd13w/Sd68e 6-1/5-2 Ms38 8. Terarno Nobehara Ms36w 0-2-5 Sd10 9. themistyseas*** Kazekeno Sd74e 6-1 Sd19 10. Mmikasazuma*** DNP(1st) Sd22w N/A Sd22w 11. Gernobono** Hitoshi Sd61e 5-2 Sd31 12. Holleshoryu** Mitozakura Sd20e 3-4 Sd35 13. Wamahada** Tanji Sd68e 5-2 Sd38 14. Sakura* Tanji Sd68e 5-2 Sd38 15. Jejima Wakamiyabi Sd85e 5-2 Sd55 16. Yubinhaad*** Shoketsu Sd40e 2-5 Sd65 17. Hoshotakamoto*** Kazuto Jd42w 6-1 Sd77 18. Koorifuu*** Otani Jk16w 7-0 Jd21 19. chishafuwaku*** Suyama Jd62w 5-2 Jd22 20. WAKATAKE*** DNP(1st) Jd39e N/A Jd39e
  21. 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 Jk3w Najima and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Andoreasu*** Asanoyama Ms15e Ms15w Chiyoarashi and below 2. Oortael** Kanzaki Ms21e Ms21w Sasakiyama and below 3. Ganzohnesushi* Kanzaki Ms21e Ms21w Sasakiyama and below 4. Jakusotsu*** Fujitoshi Ms24e Ms24w Daikisho and below 5. Hironoumi*** Mineyaiba Ms27w Ms28e Yuma and below 6. Terarno Daiseiryu Ms36e Ms36w Nobehara and below 7. Athenayama Nobehara Ms36w Ms37e Hokaho and below 8. Achiyama*** Raiho Sd9w Sd10e Onokura and below 9. Holleshoryu** Obara Sd19w Sd20e Mitozakura and below 10. Mmikasazuma*** Mudoho Sd22w Sd23e Genkaiho and below 11. Yubinhaad*** Seigo Sd36e Sd36w Kenyu and below 12. Wamahada** Kotokenryu Sd49e Sd49w Fujiibuki and below 13. Gernobono** Kotokenryu Sd49e Sd49w Fujiibuki and below 14. Sakura* Kotokenryu Sd49e Sd49w Fujiibuki and below 15. themistyseas*** DNP(1st) Sd71e Sd71w Daishomune and below 16. Jejima Toseiryu Sd80w Sd81e Inaba and below 17. Hoshotakamoto*** DNP(2nd) Jd21e Jd21w Matsugashima and below 18. WAKATAKE*** Bushi Jd39e Jd39w Ogitora and below 19. chishafuwaku*** Tochimitsuru Jd54w Jd55e Tanimoto and below
  22. Jakusotsu

    Banzuke Surfing Aki 2022 (18th Wave)

    Final Standings Aki Basho and Rank Estimates for Kyushu: Not quite what people expected from Kawazoe. Congrats to Achiyama and Koorifuu for picking a yusho winner! Rank Shikona Surfs Position Standing Rank Estimate 1. Oortael*** Kawazoe Ms15TD 4-3 Ms12 2. Sakura** Kawazoe Ms15TD 4-3 Ms12 3. Hironoumi*** Kototebakari Sd13w 6-1 Ms38 4. Yarimotsu** Kototebakari Sd13w 6-1 Ms38 5. Andoreasu*** Kototebakari Sd13w 6-1 Ms38 6. Ganzohnesushi** Hanafusa Sd16w 4-3 Sd5 7. Terarno Toseiryu/Wakamiyabi Sd80w/Sd85e 6-1/5-2 Sd20 8. Achiyama*** Takahashi Jd44w 7-0 Sd44 9. Jakusotsu*** Wakamiyabi Sd85e 5-2 Sd55 10. Chartorenji*** DNP(1st) Sd74e N/A Sd74e 11. Wamahada*** Kazuto Jd42w 6-1 Sd77 12. Athenayama*** Kazuto Jd42w 6-1 Sd77 13. Jejima** Shogun Jd35w 4-3 Jd10 14. Koorifuu*** Otani Jk16w 7-0 Jd21 15. themistyseas*** Suyama Jd62w 5-2 Jd22 16. Mmikasazuma*** DNP(1st) Jd62w N/A Jd62w 17. chishafuwaku*** Naniwamusashi Jd64w 3-4 Jd84 18. WAKATAKE*** DNP(1st) Jd92w N/A Jd92w 19. Hoshotakamoto*** Jokoki Jd81e 2-5 Jd111 20. Holleshoryu*** Chiyooume Jd97w 3-4 Jd112
  23. 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 Jk3w Najima and below. Rank Shikona Last Surfer Position Allowed Picks 1. Oortael*** Asanoyama Ms15e Ms15w Chiyoarashi and below 2. Sakura** Asanoyama Ms15e Ms15w Chiyoarashi and below 3. Ganzohnesushi** Kayo Sd7w Sd8e Kotodaishin and below 4. Hironoumi*** Kayo Sd7w Sd8e Kotodaishin and below 5. Yarimotsu** Daiseizan Sd10w Sd11e Tennozan and below 6. Andoreasu*** Daiseizan Sd10w Sd11e Tennozan and below 7. Chartorenji*** Kazekeno Sd74e Sd74w Marusho and below 8. Terarno* Oshoumi Sd78e Sd78w Aratakayama and below 9. Jakusotsu*** Toseiryu Sd80w Sd81e Inaba and below 10. Wamahada*** Tatsuosho Jd33e Jd33w Takasu and below 11. Jejima** Tatsuosho Jd33e Jd33w Takasu and below 12. Athenayama*** Yamato Jd38w Jd39e Bushi and below 13. Achiyama*** Yamato Jd38w Jd39e Bushi and below 14. themistyseas*** DNP(1st) Jd49e Jd49w Kyokumizuno and below 15. Mmikasazuma*** Suyama Jd62w Jd63e Mogaminishiki and below 16. chishafuwaku*** Suyama Jd62w Jd63e Mogaminishiki and below 17. Hoshotakamoto*** DNP(2nd) Jd80w Jd81e Jokoki and below 18. WAKATAKE*** Mihonoumi Jd92w Jd93e Matsugi and below 19. Holleshoryu*** Sadanojo Jd97e Jd97w Chiyooume and below