Jejima

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  1. Guess a rikishi - win a tegata

    Looks a bit like Kaiho to me.....
  2. Bench Sumo news

    Hi everyone! Which much speed, Kaiomitsuki, Flohru and Jejima (under the watchful eyes of Kintamayama, Ekigozan and Asashosakari) have put together the new Bench Sumo banzuke for March 2018. The sanyaku has been reduced to the 'ideal' (in our opinions) number of 8. This reduction means than demotions in the top division are a little harsher than usual. Looking throughout the whole banzuke, I can't see much evidence of major banzuke luck, and only dribs and drabs of small bad luck.... so hopefully, you will find yourself ranked roughly around the place that you were expecting! Enjoy! Jejima Rubensan (O1E, 8-7) O1 ScreechingOwl (O2E, 8-7) Jakusotsu (O2W, 7-8) O2 Itachiyama (O1W, 6-9) Damimonay (S1E, 8-7) S1 Chocshoporyu (K1E, 9-6) Yassier (K1W, 8-7) K1 Achiyama (M6W, 12-3) Itachi (M2E, 8-7) M1 Norizo (M8W, 11-4) Gurowake (K2E, 7-8) 2 Gaijingai (S1W, 6-9) tainosen (M10E, 11-4) 3 Saruyama (M1E, 7-8) Taka (M5E, 8-7) 4 Konosato (M5W, 8-7) Hokuyutaka (M1W, 7-8) 5 Leonishiki (M2W, 7-8) Metzinowaka (M3E, 7-8) 6 Oshirokita (M3W, 7-8) Ruziklao (M8E, 8-7) 7 pandaazuma (M10W, 9-6) Susanoo (M4E, 7-8) 8 Yamashade (M9E, 8-7) tokugawa (M6E, 7-8) 9 toonoryu (M12W, 9-6) Furanohana (M15E, 10-5) 10 Roundeye (M9W, 7-8) Gawasukotto (M12E, 8-7) 11 Getayukata (M11W, KOSHO) Frinkanohana (M17E, 10-5) 12 Tsunamiko (M15W, 9-6) Flohru (M14W, 8-7) 13 Holleshoryu (M13W, KOSHO) Pitinosato (M4W, 4-11) 14 Kintamayama (M7E, 5-10) Sherlockiama (J2E, 10-5) 15 Bill (J1E, 9-6) GONZABUROW (M14E, 7-8) 16 Haidouzo (M7W, 3-12) Chijanofuji (J3E, 9-6) 17 mischashimaru (M16E, 7-8) Terarno (J6E, 10-5) J1 Mariohana (J2W, 8-7) Ihopeso (J6W, 10-5) 2 kamogawa (J7E, 10-5) Andoreasu (J4E, 8-7) 3 Watashi (M13E, 5-10) Boltbutthamma(M11E, 4-11) 4 Unkonoyama (J3W, 7-8) Anjoboshi (M16W, 5-10) 5 Kitahotaru (J12E, 10-5) kuroimori (J5E, 7-8) 6 andonishiki (J5W, 7-8) Hana-ichi (J8E, 8-7) 7 Sebunshu (J4W, 6-9) Hironoumi (J11W, 9-6) 8 Jejima (J7W, 7-8) Fujisan (J1W, 4-11) 9 Kaiomitsuki (J12W, 9-6) Chisaiyama (J13E, 9-6) 10 Mmikasazuma (ms2W, 11-4) Senkoho (J8W, 6-9) 11 shimodahito (ms1E, 9-6) fujiyama (J11E, 7-8) 12 Kasamatsuri (J14W, 8-7) Marushiki (ms4W, 10-5) 13 Basoyama (J13W, KOSHO) iwakoko (J10E, 6-9) 14 Wamahada (ms11E, 12-3) Maeden (ms6W, 10-5) ms1 Kyodaitimu (ms1W, KOSHO) Kaiowaka (ms3W, 8-7) 2 Sakura (J9W, 4-11) Kotononami (J10W, 4-11) 3 Tenshinhan (J9E, 3-12) Kitakachiyama (ms9W, 9-6) 4 chishafuwaku (ms3E, 7-8) Hibarifuji (ms13E, 10-5) 5 Kofujinokami (ms5W, KOSHO) Rowitoro (ms2E, 6-9) 6 Mukanibaru (ms8W, 8-7) Bunijiman (ms7E, KOSHO) 7 Takanorappa (ms9E, 8-7) Kitanoyama (ms6E, 7-8) 8 Heiyu (ms4E, 6-9) Unagiyutaka (ms7W, 7-8) 9 McBugger (ms14E, 8-7) Homuburyuwa (ms10E, 7-8) 10 Akokoneko (ms8E, 5-10) Rikishimiezi (ms12W, 7-8) 11 Kintsubasa (ms10W, 6-9) Fujiko (ms5E, 3-12) 12 Aminoumi (ms12E, 6-9) Chimatayama (J14E, 0-0-15) 13 sekihiryu (ms13W, 6-9) Nekonishiki (ms11W, 4-11) 14
  3. Guess Kisenosato's Aite

    January 2018 Jakusotsu (Y1E 8-7) Y1 Kuroimori (Y1W 7-7-1) Gurowake (YOE1 8-7) YO1 O1 Gernobono (O1W 5-9-1)McBugger (S1E 10-5) S1 Sakura (S1W 10-5) Andonishiki (S2E 7-7-1) S2 Ryoshishokunin (K1E 0-1-14) K1 Tenshinhan (K1W 9-5-1)Jejima (M1E 9-5-1) M1 chishafuwaku (M1W 3-11-1) orandashoho (M2E 8-7) M2 Profomisakari (M2W 8-7)The Kyokai (M3E 2-13) M3 shimodahito (M3W 5-8-2)WAKATAKE (M4E 5-10) M4 KK line: 7-8 OQ line: 10-5 Yusho: McBugger (S1E 10-5) Jun-Yusho: Sakura (S1W 10-5) Shukunsho: Sakura Kantosho: Jejima, Profomisakari Ginosho: chishafuwaku ************************************************************************ Jakusotsu (Y1E 8-7) Y1 Gurowake (YOE1 8-7) Kuroimori (Y1W 7-7-1) YO1 O1 Gernobono (O1W 5-9-1)McBugger (S1E 10-5) S1 Sakura (S1W 10-5) Andonishiki (S2E 7-7-1) S2 Tenshinhan (K1W 9-5-1) K1 Jejima (M1E 9-5-1) orandashoho (M2E 8-7) M1 Profomisakari (M2W 8-7) shimodahito (M3W 5-8-2) M2 WAKATAKE (M4E 5-10)chishafuwaku (M1W 3-11-1) M3 Ryoshishokunin (K1E 0-1-14) The Kyokai (M3E 2-13) M4 Comments: Kuroimori only just managed to scrape a KK at the Yokozuna rank. More is expected of him - and it is strongly hoped that he will have a better basho in March. Neither Jakusotsu nor Gurowake were really challenging for the yusho. They are also urged to do better in March. Gernobono ended up MK this basho. He will be kadoban in March, and will need to get at least a KK to keep his Ozeki rank. McBugger and Sakura will both be considered for promotion to Ozeki after March with either a yusho or a good jun-yusho. I am considering slightly changing the way that I determine the KK line (and perhaps also the OQ line.) If I do decide to tweak it (them) a little, I will announce it in updated rules before the start of the March basho.
  4. Jakusotsu (Y1E 8-7) Y1 Gurowake (YOE1 8-7) Kuroimori (Y1W 7-7-1) YO1 O1 Gernobono (O1W 5-9-1)McBugger (S1E 10-5) S1 Sakura (S1W 10-5) Andonishiki (S2E 7-7-1) S2 Tenshinhan (K1W 9-5-1) K1 Jejima (M1E 9-5-1) orandashoho (M2E 8-7) M1 Profomisakari (M2W 8-7) shimodahito (M3W 5-8-2) M2 WAKATAKE (M4E 5-10)chishafuwaku (M1W 3-11-1) M3 Ryoshishokunin (K1E 0-1-14) The Kyokai (M3E 2-13) M4 Comments: Kuroimori only just managed to scrape a KK at the Yokozuna rank. More is expected of him - and it is strongly hoped that he will have a better basho in March. Neither Jakusotsu nor Gurowake were really challenging for the yusho. They are also urged to do better in March. Gernobono ended up MK this basho. He will be kadoban in March, and will need to get at least a KK to keep his Ozeki rank. McBugger and Sakura will both be considered for promotion to Ozeki after March with either a yusho or a good jun-yusho. I am considering slightly changing the way that I determine the KK line (and perhaps also the OQ line.) If I do decide to tweak it (them) a little, I will announce it in updated rules before the start of the March basho.
  5. Thank you Jakusotsu for looking after the daily administration for this game. Here are the final results displayed on the banzuke.... Jakusotsu (Y1E 8-7) Y1 Kuroimori (Y1W 7-7-1) Gurowake (YOE1 8-7) YO1 O1 Gernobono (O1W 5-9-1)McBugger (S1E 10-5) S1 Sakura (S1W 10-5) Andonishiki (S2E 7-7-1) S2 Ryoshishokunin (K1E 0-1-14) K1 Tenshinhan (K1W 9-5-1)Jejima (M1E 9-5-1) M1 chishafuwaku (M1W 3-11-1) orandashoho (M2E 8-7) M2 Profomisakari (M2W 8-7)The Kyokai (M3E 2-13) M3 shimodahito (M3W 5-8-2)WAKATAKE (M4E 5-10) M4 KK line: 7-8 OQ line: 10-5 Yusho: McBugger (S1E 10-5) Jun-Yusho: Sakura (S1W 10-5) Shukunsho: Sakura Kantosho: Jejima, Profomisakari Ginosho: chishafuwaku
  6. Games Bugs

    The problem seems to have been fixed
  7. Games Bugs

    I am worried that it will play havoc with the games automation for results grabbing....
  8. Games Bugs

    There is something a little strange in the day 15 torikumi at Sumo reference, which I think might have something to do with the day 14 bout between Chiyoshoma and Asanoyama, as it their records which look a little odd at present.
  9. Makunouchi Yushos in 2018

    Does Tochinoshin qualify as a big surprise?
  10. What? I forgot to enter my pick this morning? I was sure that I made it before breakfast. Grrr!
  11. 10 - Takakeisho (too tired to think further)