Jejima

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  1. Jejima

    Games Talk - Hatsu 2020

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  2. Jejima

    Games Talk - Hatsu 2020

    I entered my GTB (with a separate explanatory email to Moti), that I was using the Y2 option as my Yokozuna-Ozeki pick.
  3. Jejima

    Games Talk - Hatsu 2020

    @Doitsuyama - can the current automation handle having an additional maegashira pick, when lacking a sanyaku rank? I think I recall bringing up this topic with Kofuji when I visited him in UAE, and I think he said that it was already included in the automation - but that was the old automation.
  4. Jejima

    Games Talk - Hatsu 2020

    That bit I did foresee all those years ago..... To quote from here... Your squad for the Bench Basho. This will comprise of the following Makunouchi Division rikishi:- One Yokozuna, one Ozeki, one Sekiwake, one Komusubi and 6 Maegashira rikishi. In the case that one or more of the sanyaku ranks (i.e. Yokozuna, Ozeki, Sekiwake or Komusubi) have no active rikishi taking part in a particular basho, you will be allowed to select an extra maegashira ranked rikishi to fill out your squad. Be sure to check after the Day 1 torikumi is announced on the Saturday before the basho to see if any of your rikishi have withdrawn due to injury so that you can replace them in time.
  5. Jejima

    Games Talk - Hatsu 2020

    Hey, you also won Guess Hokutofuji's Aite this basho - or do you just take that for granted these days.
  6. Hooray! Out of a matter of interest - what was the previous record score?
  7. Jejima

    Games Talk - Hatsu 2020

    I was sure that I covered this eventuality in the original Bench Sumo rules written a couple of decades ago, but it seems that I didn't. However, yes, a Yokozuna-Ozeki will be considered a Yokozuna for the purposes of Bench Sumo.
  8. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite January 2020

    The KK line is calculated by adding the scores of every player (except the kyokai) who turned up for at least 10 days, then dividing by that number of players and rounding to the nearest whole number. The OQ line is calculated by multiplying the unrounded number for the KK by 1.3333, and then rounding to the nearest whole number.
  9. Jejima

    Guess Kisenosato's (Hokutofuji's )Aite

    Jakusotsu (Y1E 8-7) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W 9-5-1) Kuroimori (Y2E 9-5-1) Y2 YO Sakura (YO 12-3 ) chishafuwaku (O1E 9-6) O1WAKATAKE (S1E 7-2-6) S1 Ryoshishokunin (S1W 11-3-1 ) S2 Tenshinhan (S2W 10-5) orandashoho (K1E 6-7-2) K1 shimodahito (K1W 8-7) Jejima (M1E 8-7) M1 Andonishiki (M1E Kosho)Profomisakari (M2E 7-8) M2 Hakuhonofan (M2W 9-5-1)The Kyokai (M3E 2-13) M3 Houmanumi (M3W 6-7-2) Mae-zumo Oshirokita (mz 11-4 ) Joaoiyama (mz 10-5) Andreas21 (mz 7-8) DrunkCat (mz 0-1-14) KK line: 9-6 OQ line: 12-3 Yusho: Sakura (12-3) Jun-Yusho: Ryoshishokunin (11-3-1), Oshirokita (11-4) Shukunsho: Sakura, Oshirokita Kantosho: Jakusotsu, kuroimori, Sakura, chishafuwaku, Ryoshishokunin, Tenshinhan, Oshirokita, Joaoiyama Ginosho: Sakura, chishafuwaku, Oshirokita ************************************************************************ New Banzuke for March 2020 Sakura (YO 12-3) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W 9-5-1) Kuroimori (Y2E 9-5-1) Y2 YO Jakusotsu (Y1E 8-7) chishafuwaku (O1E 9-6) O1Ryoshishokunin (S1W 11-3-1) S1 Tenshinhan (S2W 10-5) Hakuhonofan (M2W 9-5-1) K1 WAKATAKE (S1E 7-2-6) shimodahito (K1W 8-7) M1 Andonishiki (M1E Kosho)Jejima (M1E 8-7) M2 orandashoho (K1E 6-7-2)Profomisakari (M2E 7-8) M3 Houmanumi (M3W 6-7-2) The Kyokai (M3E 2-13) M4 Oshirokita (mz 11-4) Joaoiyama (mz 10-5) M5 Andreas21 (mz 7-8) DrunkCat (mz 0-1-14) M6 Comments Dai-Yokozuna Sakura once again shows why she is the greatest ever player to play this game. Yokozunas Gurowake and Kuroimori barely got their KKs. More is expected from them. We hope to see better in March. The last time that Yokozuna Jakusotsu showed Ozeki Quality sumo was back in May of 2019. In the bashos since, he has gone MK or scraped a KK. We will set him a challenge of showing why he is worthy of the Yokozuna rank by displaying Ozeki Quality in either (preferably both) of the upcoming March and May bashos. Having won the Yusho in November, and a share of the Jun-Yusho this basho, Sekiwake Ryoshishokunin will be considered for promotion to Ozeki with a mere KK in March.
  10. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite January 2020

    New Banzuke for March 2020 Sakura (YO 12-3) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W 9-5-1) Kuroimori (Y2E 9-5-1) Y2 YO Jakusotsu (Y1E 8-7) chishafuwaku (O1E 9-6) O1Ryoshishokunin (S1W 11-3-1) S1 Tenshinhan (S2W 10-5) Hakuhonofan (M2W 9-5-1) K1 WAKATAKE (S1E 7-2-6) shimodahito (K1W 8-7) M1 Andonishiki (M1E Kosho)Jejima (M1E 8-7) M2 orandashoho (K1E 6-7-2)Profomisakari (M2E 7-8) M3 Houmanumi (M3W 6-7-2) The Kyokai (M3E 2-13) M4 Oshirokita (mz 11-4) Joaoiyama (mz 10-5) M5 Andreas21 (mz 7-8) DrunkCat (mz 0-1-14) M6 Comments Dai-Yokozuna Sakura once again shows why she is the greatest ever player to play this game. Yokozunas Gurowake and Kuroimori barely got their KKs. More is expected from them. We hope to see better in March. The last time that Yokozuna Jakusotsu showed Ozeki Quality sumo was back in May of 2019. In the bashos since, he has gone MK or scraped a KK. We will set him a challenge of showing why he is worthy of the Yokozuna rank by displaying Ozeki Quality in either (preferably both) of the upcoming March and May bashos. Having won the Yusho in November, and a share of the Jun-Yusho this basho, Sekiwake Ryoshishokunin will be considered for promotion to Ozeki with a mere KK in March.
  11. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite January 2020

    Jakusotsu (Y1E 8-7) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W 9-5-1) Kuroimori (Y2E 9-5-1) Y2 YO Sakura (YO 12-3 ) chishafuwaku (O1E 9-6) O1WAKATAKE (S1E 7-2-6) S1 Ryoshishokunin (S1W 11-3-1 ) S2 Tenshinhan (S2W 10-5) orandashoho (K1E 6-7-2) K1 shimodahito (K1W 8-7) Jejima (M1E 8-7) M1 Andonishiki (M1E Kosho)Profomisakari (M2E 7-8) M2 Hakuhonofan (M2W 9-5-1)The Kyokai (M3E 2-13) M3 Houmanumi (M3W 6-7-2) Mae-zumo Oshirokita (mz 11-4 ) Joaoiyama (mz 10-5) Andreas21 (mz 7-8) DrunkCat (mz 0-1-14) KK line: 9-6 OQ line: 12-3 Yusho: Sakura (12-3) Jun-Yusho: Ryoshishokunin (11-3-1), Oshirokita (11-4) Shukunsho: Sakura, Oshirokita Kantosho: Jakusotsu, kuroimori, Sakura, chishafuwaku, Ryoshishokunin, Tenshinhan, Oshirokita, Joaoiyama Ginosho: Sakura, chishafuwaku, Oshirokita
  12. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite January 2020

    I for one have always said that Abi vs Daiesho would be the highlight sanyaku bout for this basho.
  13. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite January 2020

    *Dai-Yokozuna Sakura Many thanks to Jakusotsu for looking after the game. I will try and do the wrap up posts later today (or tomorrow).
  14. Jejima

    Games Bugs

    @Doitsuyama @Jakusotsu I think that there is a way to enter Bench Sumo now - which does not require the torikumi. When you currently click on daily entry, you will get the message that entries for day 14 are now closed. But look at the web address. It will look like this http://benchsumo.sumogames.de/DailyEntry.aspx?D=14 All you have to do is change the 14 to 15 at the end, so, like this http://benchsumo.sumogames.de/DailyEntry.aspx?D=15 and you should be able to make your day 15 entry.