Jejima

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  1. Jejima

    News about Fukurou

    My condolences.
  2. Jejima

    Bench Sumo news

    Hi everyone, I have received the following missive from the honorable Maruzhiki-zeki, chair of the Bench Sumo Yokozuna Deliberation Council... Jejima (BS rijicho) ************* Venerable Rijicho Jejima The BSYDC have met and debated Flohru's first Basho as Yokozuna. It is understandable that standing in such a lofty position, can lead to the odd jittering of nerves the first time you are up there. Though Flohru's record this Basho was not exactly what is expected of a Yokozuna, we do understand that he needs time to settle into his role. Currently we feel that, and as no Yokozuna in the Live Sumo would be asked to retire after one poor performance. We will be give Flohru the chance to give his best for the first Basho of 2020. We offer Flohru our encouragement and support. We look forward to seeing how the new season of Sumo turns out for everyone, and how a new perspective on the game can improve for Flohru's chances. On behalf of the BSYDC, I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and merry festive seasons greetings to all, and may 2020 bring good things to all. Marushiki (Chair BSYDC)
  3. Jejima

    Guess Kisenosato's Aite

    It is the historical name.... I would rather not change it, unless I am clearly in the minority.
  4. Jejima

    Bench Sumo news

    Hi all, Here is the new banzuke for January 2020. It was put together by Flohru (who did the heavy lifting with the 'compromise' banzuke making this time), Kaiomitsuki and Jejima, with Asashosakari, Kintamayama and Ekigozan looking on. Enjoy! Jejima Flohru (Y1E, 5-10) Y1 Bill (O1E, 10-5) O1 Norizo (O2W, 8-7) O2 Taka (O1W, KOSHO) Susanoo (M2E, 11-4) S1 Damimonay (M1W, 8-7) Terarno (M10W, 12-3) K1 Rubensan (K1W, KOSHO) pandaazuma (S1E, 7-8) M1 Yassier (S1W, 7-8) Konosato (M3E, 8-7) 2 Gawasukotto (M5W, 9-6) Andoreasu (M6E, 9-6) 3 fujiyama (M4E, 8-7) Kintamayama (M2W, 7-8) 4 toonoryu (M5E, 8-7) Jejima (K1E, 5-10) 5 Yamashade (M11E, 10-5) Chocshoporyu (M1E, 5-10) 6 iwakoko (M8E, 8-7) Ihopeso (M4W, 6-9) 7 Metzinowaka (M9E, 8-7) Boltbutthamma (M9W, 8-7) 8 tainosen (M8W, KOSHO) Chijanofuji (M14W, 10-5) 9 Achiyama (M12W, 9-6) Ruziklao (M3W, 5-10) 10 ScreechingOwl (M6W, 6-9) Fujisan (M7E, 6-9) 11 Gaijingai (M10E, 7-8) Getayukata (M12E, KOSHO) 12 andonishiki (M11W, 7-8) Gurowake (M7W, 5-10) 13 Sakura (M13W, KOSHO) Itachiyama (J2E, 10-5) 14 Haidouzo (M13E, 7-8) Tameiki (J3E, 10-5) 15 Hokuyutaka (M17E, 8-7) Oshirokita (M17W, 8-7) 16 Unkonoyama (J4W, 10-5) Itachi (J1E, 8-7) 17 Mukanibaru (J3W, 9-6) Gansekiiwa (J6E, 10-5) J1 Pitinosato (J2W, 8-7) Hana-ichi (J5E, 9-6) 2 mischashimaru (M15W, 7-8) GONZABUROW (J5W, 9-6) 3 Frinkanohana (M14E, 6-9) Jakusotsu (M16W, 7-8) 4 Tenshinhan (J1W, 7-8) Heiyu (J10E, 10-5) 5 Tsunamiko (M15E, 4-11) Saruyama (J4E, 7-8) 6 Kitakachiyama (J7E, 8-7) Kitahotaru (M16E, 4-11) 7 Mariohana (J9E, 8-7) Unagiyutaka (J9W, 8-7) 8 Furanohana (J12E, 9-6) Sherlockiama (J10W, 8-7) 9 kuroimori (J11E, 8-7) chishafuwaku (J13W, 9-6) 10 Mmikasazuma (J7W, 6-9) Golynohana (ms3E, 10-5) 11 Rikishimiezi (J14W, 8-7) shimodahito (J11W, 7-8) 12 Kyodaitimu (ms4W, 10-5) Holleshoryu (J12W, 7-8) 13 Kaiowaka (J6W, 4-11) Oortael (ms11E, 12-3) 14 Kasamatsuri (J13E, 7-8) Homuburyuwa (J14E, 7-8) ms1 wolfgangho (J8E, 4-11) Kofujinokami (ms12W, 11-4) 2 tokugawa (ms4E, 8-7) Hironoumi (J8W, 3-12) 3 Watashi (ms2E, 7-8) Sebunshu (ms3W, 7-8) 4 Rowitoro (ms1W, 6-9) Bunijiman (ms5E, KOSHO) 5 Roundeye (ms13W, 10-5) Nantonoyama (ms6E, KOSHO) 6 Kotononami (ms8E, 8-7) Anjoboshi (ms8W, 8-7) 7 Aminoumi (ms15E, 10-5) Basoyama (ms2W, 5-10) 8 Atenzan (ms16E, 10-5) Kintsubasa (ms9E, KOSHO) 9 Oskanohana (ms10W, 8-7) aoyume (ms7E, 7-8) 10 Fujiko (ms1E, 4-11) Athenayama (ms18E, 10-5) 11 Yangnomazuma (ms15W, 9-6) Joaoiyama (ms9W, 7-8) 12 Nekonishiki (ms5W, 5-10) kamogawa (ms6W, 5-10) 13 VESHANA (ms12E, 7-8) Kishikaisei (ms14E, KOSHO) 14 Takanorappa (ms10E, 6-9) Houmanumi (ms19E, 9-6) 15 Hibarifuji (ms11W, 6-9) Wamahada (ms7W, 4-11) 16 Kitanoyama (ms17W, 8-7) Chelseayama (ms18W, 8-7) 17 Akokoneko (ms14W, 5-10) Marushiki (ms13E, 4-11) 18 Domichi (ms16W, 5-10) Maeden (ms17E, 5-10) 19
  5. Jejima

    Recap of the decade?

    Me too - now that I have looked.
  6. Jejima

    Recap of the decade?

    I only count 57 yushos in your list... I think it should be 59 (or 58, if you discount the yusho of Hakuho after the scandal) - or am I missing something?. But Hakuho has won about half of the bashos of this decade? He is truly a rikishi whose like we will be very lucky to see again!
  7. Jejima

    Guess Kisenosato's Aite

    November 2019 Sakura (Y1E Kosho) Y1 Kuroimori (Y1W 4-10-1) Jakusotsu (Y2E 6-9) Y2 YO Gurowake (YOW 6-8-1) chishafuwaku (O1E 7-7-1 ) O1WAKATAKE (S1E 6-9) S1 Tenshinhan (S1W Kosho) Ryoshishokunin (K1E 9-6 ) K1 shimodahito (K1W Kosho) Jejima (M1E Kosho) M1 orandashoho (M1W 6-9)Andonishiki (M2E 6-8-1) M2 Profomisakari (M2W 6-9)Umizoi (M3E 0-0-15) M3 Hakuhonofan (M3W 6-5-4)The Kyokai (M4E 3-12) M4 Chickystar (M4W 0-0-15) Mae-zumo Houmanumi (mz 3-7-5) KK line: 6-9 OQ line: 8-7 Yusho: Ryoshishokunin (K1E 9-6) Jun-Yusho: chishafuwaku (O1E 7-7-1) Shukunsho: Ryoshishokunin Kantosho: Ryoshishokunin Ginosho: Jakusotsu, Gurowake, Ryoshishokunin ************************************************************************ New banzuke for January 2020 Jakusotsu (Y2E 6-9) Y1 Gurowake (YOW 6-8-1) Kuroimori (Y1W 4-10-1) Y2 YO Sakura (Y1E Kosho) chishafuwaku (O1E 7-7-1) O1WAKATAKE (S1E 6-9) S1 Ryoshishokunin (K1E 9-6) S2 Tenshinhan (S1W Kosho) orandashoho (M1W 6-9) K1 shimodahito (K1W Kosho) Jejima (M1E Kosho) M1 Andonishiki (M2E 6-8-1)Profomisakari (M2W 6-9) M2 Hakuhonofan (M3W 6-5-4)The Kyokai (M4E 3-12) M3 Houmanumi (mz 3-7-5) Banzuke-gai Umizoi (M3E 0-0-15) Chickystar (M4W 0-0-15) Comments Yokozuna Jakusotsu once again barely managed to scrape a KK, which is of concern. Yokozuna Gurowake also barely managed to scrape a KK too. But at least those two both got KKs, which is more than can be said of Yokozuna Kuroimori. But at least he turned up, which is more than can be said about dai-Yokozuna Sakura . It is to be hoped that all four Yokozunas will do hard keiko between now and January, and show why they are deserving of this great rank. chishafuwaku will be considered for promotion to Yokozuna with a Yusho in January.
  8. Jejima

    Bench Sumo news

    And (unlike the early days) the points are only given if you are ranked in one of the top two divisions. So a Makushita player defeating a Juryo player gets zero points.
  9. Jejima

    Bench Sumo news

    Hi everyone! We have a new winner for the Zentoryu Quality of Sumo Award (ZQoSA) for 2019! It is.... . . . . . . . Bill! Omedetou Bill! Here are the full results for the year. It is a little more complicated than usual, in order to compare to the final results for 2018 - as well as comparing to the results after September 2019. REMEMBER regular brackets ( ) relate to last basho. Curly brackets { } refer to last year {2018}. So, it reads like this. Current ZQoSA position - (Change from after September 2019) - {comparison to 2018 final position} - Rank on the November 2019 banzuke - {Rank on the November 2018 banzuke} - shikona - Total ZQoSA points from the previous 6 bashos - (points gain from after November 2019, basically November 2019 minus November 2018) - {comparison to total ZQoSA points for 2018}. There are lots of interesting stories within the numbers if you take a look. Sadly, I have no time to say more - so you will need to see for yourselves. Over-and-out! Jejima Sanyaku level 1. (+3) {+6} O1E {S2E} Bill 464 (+6) {+68} =2. (-1) {+4} Y1E {S1E} Flohru 451 (-64) {+49} =2. (+3) {+2} O2W {K1E} Norizo 451 (-4) {+27} 4. (-1) {+7} S1E {M1W} pandaazuma 422 (-38) {+53} 5. (-3) {+21} O1W {M8W} Taka 411 (-65) {+162} 6. (+2) {-3} M1E {O1E} Chocshoporyu 374 (+21) {-60} 7. (+4) {+6} M2E {M4W} Susanoo 367 (+30) {-56} 8. (+2) {+29} M3E {M12E} Konosato 365 (+16) {+184} 9. (+5) {+7} M10W {K1W} Terarno 359 (+44) {+57} =10. (-3) {+24} M4W {M9W} Ihopeso 350 (-18) {+152} =10. (+2) {+15} M5E {M7W} toonoryu 350 (+30) {+97} Makunouchi level 12. (+6) {+27} M4E {J1W} fujiyama 344 (+46) {+204} 13. (-4) {-8} S1W {K2E} Yassier 342 (-9) {-64} 14. (+6) {=} M5W {S2W} Gawasukotto 338 (+71) {+31} 15. (=) {+36} K1E {J3W} Jejima 328 (+15) {+230} 16. (-10) {+7} K1W {M5E} Rubensan 323 (-59) {+67} 17. (=) {+5} M11E {M8E} Yamashade 316 (+12) {+59} 18. (-5) {=} M2W {M5W} Kintamayama 295 (-23) {+11} 19. (=) (-11) M12W {M7E} Achiyama 294 (+5) {-93} 20. (+2) {+40} M8E {J5W} iwakoko 284 (+28) {+225} 21. (+3) {+26} M6E {M15E} Andoreasu 256 (+7) {+134} 22. (-6) {-20} M7W {M2E} Gurowake 236 (-75) {-206} 23. (+3) {-13} M9E {M4E} Metzinowaka 235 (0) {-137} 24. (-3) {-23} M6W {O2E} ScreechingOwl 233 (-24) {-224} 25. (+4) {+8} M1W {M9E} Damimonay 228 (+25) {-70} 26. (+2) {+9} M13E {M13W} Haidouzo 224 (-1) {+28} 27. (=) {+19} M7E {M15W} Fujisan 222 (-7) {+97} 28. (-5) {-1} M3W {M3W} Ruziklao 217 (-36) {-22} 29. (+8) {-3} M10E {M13E} Gaijingai 197 (+35) {-19} 30. (+2) {-10} M16W {M6E} Jakusotsu 180 (+12) {-92} 31. (+13) {+32} M9W {J7E} Boltbutthamma 174 (+37) {+124} 32. (+1) {+18} M11W {J2W} andonishiki 173 (+6) {+63} 33. (-3) {-6} M16E {M6W} Kitahotaru 172 (-24) {-67} 34. (+5) {-1} M15W {M10W} mischashimaru 170 (+22) {-39} 35. (+8) {+8} M17E {J6W} Hokuyutaka 168 (+29) {+37} 36. (-11) {-27} M8W {M2W} tainosen 167 (-70) {-208} 37. (-2) {-1} M15E {M11E} Tsunamiko 165 (-1) {-22} 38. (+7) {+7} M14W {J4E} Chijanofuji 163 (+38) {+34} 39. (-8) {-27} J1E {M3E} Itachi 160 (-13) {-176} 40. (+2) {-16} J2E {M1E} Itachiyama 139 (-4) {-116} 41. (-8) {-26} J2W {S1W} Pitinosato 134 (-33) {-171} 42. (-4) {-23} J12E {M10E} Furanohana 131 (-20) {-151} Juryo level 43. (-7) {+4} J6W {M12W} Kaiowaka 130 (-34) {+8} 44. (+2) {+24} J1W {J12W} Tenshinhan 128 (+6) {+91} 45. (-5) {+8} J5E {M14W} Hana-ichi 124 (-21) {+31} 46. (+3) {-7} M14E {J8W} Frinkanohana 120 (+18) {-20} 47. (=) {-18} M17W {M16W} Oshirokita 119 (+13) {-119} 48. (-7) {-7} M12E {M11W} Getayukata 104 (-40) {-32} 49. (+2) {+2} J5W {J4W} GONZABUROW 98 (+13) {0} 50. (-2) {-9} J12W {M17E} Holleshoryu 93 (-10) {-43} 51. (+7) {+7} J4W {J8E} Unkonoyama 90 (+28) {-20} =52. (+5) {-31} J4E {M16E} Saruyama 84 (+18) {-183} =52. (-2) {+14} J3E {J9W} Mukanibaru 84 (-8) {+36} 54. (+5) {NE} J10E {ms7W} Heiyu 81 (+20) {+81} 55. (-3) {-17} J10W {J7W} Sherlockiama 70 (-11) {-78} 56. (-3) {+5} J14E {J11E} Homuburyuwa 69 (-10) {+15} 57. (-3) {+15} M13W {J12E} Sakura 68 (-7) {+47} 58. (-3) {-15} ms13W {J1E} Roundeye 65 (-5) {-66} 59. (+5) {NE} J6E {NE} Gansekiiwa 58 (+22) {+58} 60. (+9) {NE} J3E {NE} Tameiki 56 (+29) {+56} 61. (-1) {-12} J9E {J5E} Mariohana 50 (-9) {-61} 62. (=) {=} J7W {J11W} Mmikasazuma 49 (+2) {-2} 63. (+8) {+17} J7E {ms10W} Kitakachiyama 46 (+22) {+45} 64. (-3) {+10} ms4W {J10W} Kyodaitimu 43 (-14) {+29} 65. (-9) {-34} ms4E {M14E} tokugawa 38 (-31) {-180} 66. (-1) {+4} J11W {ms4E} shimodahito 37 (+7) {+13} 67. (+7) {NE} J9W {ms7E} Unagiyutaka 29 (+14) {+29} 68. (+2) {NE} J8E {ms8W} wolfgangho 28 (+2) {+28} 69. (-2) {-6} J13W {J9E} chishafuwaku 25 (-3) {-25} =70. (-7) {-40} BG {J3E} Leonishiki 24 (-17) {-204} =70. (+1) {-1} J8W {ms11E} Hironoumi 24 (0) {-12} Makushita level 72. (+1) {NE} ms5E {ms1E} Bunijiman 21 (0) {+21} 73. (+7) {-6} J11E {J14W} kuroimori 19 (+13) {-25} 74. (-9) {-20} J13E {J13E} Kasamatsuri 18 (-12) {-71} 75. (-8) {-16} ms8W {J6E} Anjoboshi 14 (-14) {-53} =76. (+1) {NE} ms3E {NE} Golynohana 12 (0) {+12} =76. (+1) {NE} ms6E {ms13E} Nantonoyama 12 (0) {+12} 78. (NE) {NE} J14W {ms4W} Rikishimiezi 10 (+10) {+10} 79. (=) {NE} ms1W {ms2W} Rowitoro 8 (0) {+8} 80. (-5) {-23} ms3W {J10E} Sebunshu 5 (-9) {-70} 81. (-5) {-25} ms6W {J14E} kamogawa 0 (-13) {-80} 82. (=) {-4} ms13W {ms6W} Marushiki -1 (0) {-5}
  10. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite November 2019

    New banzuke for January 2020 Jakusotsu (Y2E 6-9) Y1 Gurowake (YOW 6-8-1) Kuroimori (Y1W 4-10-1) Y2 YO Sakura (Y1E Kosho) chishafuwaku (O1E 7-7-1) O1WAKATAKE (S1E 6-9) S1 Ryoshishokunin (K1E 9-6) S2 Tenshinhan (S1W Kosho) orandashoho (M1W 6-9) K1 shimodahito (K1W Kosho) Jejima (M1E Kosho) M1 Andonishiki (M2E 6-8-1)Profomisakari (M2W 6-9) M2 Hakuhonofan (M3W 6-5-4)The Kyokai (M4E 3-12) M3 Houmanumi (mz 3-7-5) Banzuke-gai Umizoi (M3E 0-0-15) Chickystar (M4W 0-0-15) Comments Yokozuna Jakusotsu once again barely managed to scrape a KK, which is of concern. Yokozuna Gurowake also barely managed to scrape a KK too. But at least those two both got KKs, which is more than can be said of Yokozuna Kuroimori. But at least he turned up, which is more than can be said about dai-Yokozuna Sakura . It is to be hoped that all four Yokozunas will do hard keiko between now and January, and show why they are deserving of this great rank. chishafuwaku will be considered for promotion to Yokozuna with a Yusho in January.
  11. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite November 2019

    Many thanks to Jakusotsu for keeping this (and many other) sumo games running. Omedetou to Ryoshishokunin for winning this very tricky basho. Sakura (Y1E Kosho) Y1 Kuroimori (Y1W 4-10-1) Jakusotsu (Y2E 6-9) Y2 YO Gurowake (YOW 6-8-1) chishafuwaku (O1E 7-7-1 ) O1WAKATAKE (S1E 6-9) S1 Tenshinhan (S1W Kosho) Ryoshishokunin (K1E 9-6 ) K1 shimodahito (K1W Kosho) Jejima (M1E Kosho) M1 orandashoho (M1W 6-9)Andonishiki (M2E 6-8-1) M2 Profomisakari (M2W 6-9)Umizoi (M3E 0-0-15) M3 Hakuhonofan (M3W 6-5-4)The Kyokai (M4E 3-12) M4 Chickystar (M4W 0-0-15) Mae-zumo Houmanumi (mz 3-7-5) KK line: 6-9 OQ line: 8-7 Yusho: Ryoshishokunin (K1E 9-6) Jun-Yusho: chishafuwaku (O1E 7-7-1) Shukunsho: Ryoshishokunin Kantosho: Ryoshishokunin Ginosho: Jakusotsu, Gurowake, Ryoshishokunin
  12. Jejima

    Happy Birthday Kawika!

    Hipple Boople Kawika, Maeden and David!
  13. I think TUG deserves to be on the Super Banzuke, whether or not it is fully automated (it is semi-automated at the moment.) It is significantly different to other games. Strategy / risk is involved in the picks - and it is quick to enter (a big plus for me, these days.) I will be sad to say goodbye to Fantasy Sumo (if it does go - but surely this is a game that can easily be adopted and automated by someone else?) - but it is quite similar to RotoSumo which we will still have....
  14. Jejima

    Bench Sumo - Day 1 emergency picks

    Jejima: 4 Tsurugisho, 3 Shodai, 3 Takakeisho, 2 Hakuho, 2 Aoiyama Bench: Abi, Shimanoumi, Mitakeumi, Terutsuyoshi, Daishomaru
  15. Jejima

    Games Bugs

    I wouldn't want to risk it....