Jejima

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  1. Jejima

    Belated happy Birthday, Fujisan!

    Hipto Bipto (belatedly)!
  2. Jejima

    Wakanohana 1, Takanohana 2 Tsuyuharai/Tachimochi

    Takanohana II is easier than other Yokozunas, as there were so many rikishi from his heya (stable) in the top division when he was active. The attendants should be chosen from the same heya - if available, and not ranked as Ozeki or higher - and must be ranked in the top division. Otherwise, yokozunas 'borrow' attendants from the same ichimon (group of heyas) that their own heya belongs to, with the same selection restrictions. [All from memory, so might be a bit wrong.]
  3. Jejima

    Wakanohana 1, Takanohana 2 Tsuyuharai/Tachimochi

    Check out who was in Futagoyama-beya (stable) at the time that Takanohana was the Yokozuna, in the top division. There were quite a few of them. (Use http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Banzuke.aspx to search for the relevant basho, and then highlight the heya/stable) As long as they were not a fellow Yokozuna (Wak III), or an Ozeki (Takanonami), the top two ranked were probably acting as the attendants for Takanohana. (I can't fully remember what happened when Wak III was the higher ranked Yok, as to who got first dibs). But, again from faded memory, I recall that Akinoshima and Takatoriki were probably the two main attendants for Tak II.
  4. Jejima

    Happy Birthday, Asashosakari!

    Hippity hey!
  5. Jejima

    Sumo Game Deadlines

    Can the link for Bench Sumo rules be redirected to here http://takanorappa.com/BenchRules/BasicRules.htm please?
  6. Jejima

    Bench Sumo news

    Bench Sumo Rules! The link to the Bench Sumo rules is currently absent from the main site. However, the rules (mostly still correct) can be found here --> http://takanorappa.com/BenchRules/BasicRules.htm on Takanorappa's excellent Bench Ichimon website.
  7. Jejima

    Bench Sumo news

    Hi everyone! Here is the new Bench Banzuke for November 2018. It was put together by Kaiomitsuki, Flohru and Jejima. It was fairly stress free to put together. There is not too much bad luck this time - not too much good luck either. See where you landed! Jejima (BS rijicho) Chocshoporyu (O1W, 6-9) O1 ScreechingOwl (O1E, 5-10)Flohru (K1W, 13-2) S1 Pitinosato (M3W, 11-4) Bill (M1W, 10-5) S2 Gawasukotto (K1E, 8-7)Norizo (M2E, 10-5) K1 Terarno (M4W, 10-5)Yassier (M1E, 8-7) K2 Itachiyama (M5E, 10-5) M1 pandaazuma (M2W, 8-7) Gurowake (M3E, 8-7) 2 tainosen (K2W, 7-8) Itachi (M6E, 9-6) 3 Ruziklao (M7E, 9-6) Metzinowaka (S1E, 5-10) 4 Susanoo (M11W, 11-4) Rubensan (S1W, 5-10) 5 Kintamayama (M8W, 9-6) Jakusotsu (K2E, 5-10) 6 Kitahotaru (M13E, 10-5) Achiyama (M4E, 6-9) 7 toonoryu (M6W, 7-8) Yamashade (M7W, 7-8) 8 Taka (M13W, 9-6) Damimonay (M8E, 7-8) 9 Ihopeso (M12E, 8-7) Furanohana (M5W, 5-10) 10 mischashimaru (M16E, 9-6) Tsunamiko (M14E, 8-7) 11 Getayukata (M14W, 8-7) Konosato (M11E, 7-8) 12 Kaiowaka (M17W, 8-7) Gaijingai (M10E, 6-9) 13 Haidouzo (M12W, 7-8) tokugawa (M10W, 6-9) 14 Hana-ichi (J13E, 14-1) Andoreasu (J1W, 8-7) 15 Fujisan (J2W, 8-7) Saruyama (M9E, 4-11) 16 Oshirokita (M9W, 4-11) Holleshoryu (M16W, 7-8) 17 Roundeye (J1E, KOSHO) J1 fujiyama (M15W, 6-9) Kaiomitsuki (J3E, 8-7) 2 andonishiki (J3W, 8-7) Leonishiki (M15E, 5-10) 3 Jejima (J7E, 9-6) Chijanofuji (J5E, 8-7) 4 GONZABUROW (J7W, 9-6) Mariohana (J2E, 6-9) 5 iwakoko (J12W, 11-4) Anjoboshi (J11W, 10-5) 6 Hokuyutaka (J5W, 7-8) Boltbutthamma (ms1W, 12-3) 7 Sherlockiama (M17E, 4-11) Unkonoyama (J6E, 7-8) 8 Frinkanohana (J4E, 6-9) chishafuwaku (J10E, 8-7) 9 Mukanibaru (J14W, 10-5) Sebunshu (J8W, 7-8) 10 Kyodaitimu (J10W, KOSHO) Homuburyuwa (J6W, 6-9) 11 Mmikasazuma (J4W, 5-10) Sakura (J12E, KOSHO) 12 Tenshinhan (J9E, 7-8) Kasamatsuri (J8E, 6-9) 13 McBugger (ms4W, 11-4) kamogawa (J11E, 6-9) 14 kuroimori (J9W, 5-10) Bunijiman (ms14W, 12-3) ms1 Basoyama (J14E, 7-8) Maeden (ms1E, 7-8) 2 Rowitoro (ms8E, 8-7) Takanorappa (ms2W, 7-8) 3 Feginowaka (ms9E, 8-7) shimodahito (ms4E, KOSHO) 4 Rikishimiezi (ms3E, 7-8) Watashi (J13W, 5-10) 5 VESHANA (ms5W, KOSHO) Kofujinokami (ms5E, 7-8) 6 Marushiki (ms6W, KOSHO) Unagiyutaka (ms10W, 8-7) 7 Heiyu (ms12W, 8-7) Chisaiyama (ms3W, 5-10) 8 wolfgangho (ms16E, 9-6) Kintsubasa (ms14E, 8-7) 9 Nekonishiki (ms15W, 8-7)Wamahada (ms7W, 6-9) 10 Kitakachiyama (ms10E, 7-8)Hironoumi (ms8W, 6-9) 11 Fujiko (ms11W, 7-8)Hibarifuji (ms12E, KOSHO) 12 Aminoumi (ms13E, 5-10)Nantonoyama (ms9W, 3-12) 13 aoyume (ms16W, 6-9)Akokoneko (ms15E, 4-11) 14 Hogashi (ms17E, KOSHO)Banzuke-gaiSenkoho (ms2E, 0-0-15)Kotononami (ms6E, 0-0-15)Suwihuto (ms7E, 0-0-15)Kitanoyama (ms11E, 0-0-15)sekihiryu (ms13W, 0-0-15)
  8. Jejima

    UDH Aki Basho 2018

    I like this game too - probably more than Hoshitori which UDH was originally a 'parody' of.....
  9. Jejima

    Happy Birthday, Ganzohnesushi!

    Hippy Burp Shake!
  10. Same for me.... going to bed now.
  11. Jejima

    Guess Kisenosato's Aite

    September 2018 Sakura (Y1E Kosho) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W 10-5) Kuroimori (Y2E 9-6) Y2 YO Jakusotsu (YO 9-6) Gernobono (O1E Kosho) O1 chishafuwaku (S1E 11-4 ) S1 Ryoshishokunin (S1W 9-6) Andonishiki (K1E 10-4-1) K1 Tenshinhan (K1W 6-9) orandashoho (M1E 8-7) M1 Jejima (M1W 12-3) Atenzan (M2E 0-0-15) M2 shimodahito (M2W 6-9)Profomisakari (M3E 7-7-1) M3 WAKATAKE (M3W 4-11)The Kyokai (M4E 2-13) M4 Umizoi (M4W 5-7-3) Mae-zumo Ayagawa (mz 4-9-2) KK line: 8-7 OQ line: 10-5 Yusho: Jejima (M1W 12-3) Jun-Yusho: chishafuwaku (S1E 11-4) Shukunsho: Jakusotsu, chishafuwaku Kantosho: chishafuwaku, Jejima Ginosho: Not awarded ************************************************************************ New banzuke for November 2018 Gurowake (Y1W 10-5) Y1 Kuroimori (Y2E 9-6) Jakusotsu (YO 9-6) Y2 YO Sakura (Y1E Kosho) Gernobono (O1E Kosho) O1 chishafuwaku (S1E 11-4 ) S1 Ryoshishokunin (S1W 9-6) S2 Andonishiki (K1E 10-4-1) Jejima (M1W 12-3) K1 orandashoho (M1E 8-7) Tenshinhan (K1W 6-9) M1 Profomisakari (M3E 7-7-1) shimodahito (M2W 6-9) M2 Umizoi (M4W 5-7-3) WAKATAKE (M3W 4-11) M3 The Kyokai (M4E 2-13)Ayagawa (mz 4-9-2) M4 Banzuke-gai Atenzan (M2E 0-0-15) Comments: Yokozuna Gurowake is to be commended on being the only Yokozuna to do Ozeki Quality GKA sumo. Yokozuna Kuroimori once again fell short of the OQ line. More is expected of him in November. Yokozuna Jakusotsu did manage a KK, which is an improvement on July, but he did not manage to reach the OQ line. He will therefore be under close scrutiny, once again, in November. Sekiwake chishafuwaku just fell short of the target set for him for promotion to Ozeki. However, he will be given another chance in November. If he manages to win the yusho, or obtain a good jun-yusho, he will be considered for promotion to Ozeki.
  12. New banzuke for November 2018 Gurowake (Y1W 10-5) Y1 Kuroimori (Y2E 9-6) Jakusotsu (YO 9-6) Y2 YO Sakura (Y1E Kosho) Gernobono (O1E Kosho) O1 chishafuwaku (S1E 11-4 ) S1 Ryoshishokunin (S1W 9-6) S2 Andonishiki (K1E 10-4-1) Jejima (M1W 12-3) K1 orandashoho (M1E 8-7) Tenshinhan (K1W 6-9) M1 Profomisakari (M3E 7-7-1) shimodahito (M2W 6-9) M2 Umizoi (M4W 5-7-3) WAKATAKE (M3W 4-11) M3 The Kyokai (M4E 2-13)Ayagawa (mz 4-9-2) M4 Banzuke-gai Atenzan (M2E 0-0-15) Comments: Yokozuna Gurowake is to be commended on being the only Yokozuna to do Ozeki Quality GKA sumo. Yokozuna Kuroimori once again fell short of the OQ line. More is expected of him in November. Yokozuna Jakusotsu did manage a KK, which is an improvement on July, but he did not manage to reach the OQ line. He will therefore be under close scrutiny, once again, in November. Sekiwake chishafuwaku just fell short of the target set for him for promotion to Ozeki. However, he will be given another chance in November. If he manages to win the yusho, or obtain a good jun-yusho, he will be considered for promotion to Ozeki.
  13. Many thanks to Jakusotsu for looking after the game over the past fortnight. I am pleased to claim the yusho - but I wonder if it was because Sakura was not playing, to continue her yusho streak? Sakura (Y1E Kosho) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W 10-5) Kuroimori (Y2E 9-6) Y2 YO Jakusotsu (YO 9-6) Gernobono (O1E Kosho) O1 chishafuwaku (S1E 11-4 ) S1 Ryoshishokunin (S1W 9-6) Andonishiki (K1E 10-4-1) K1 Tenshinhan (K1W 6-9) orandashoho (M1E 8-7) M1 Jejima (M1W 12-3) Atenzan (M2E 0-0-15) M2 shimodahito (M2W 6-9)Profomisakari (M3E 7-7-1) M3 WAKATAKE (M3W 4-11)The Kyokai (M4E 2-13) M4 Umizoi (M4W 5-7-3) Mae-zumo Ayagawa (mz 4-9-2) KK line: 8-7 OQ line: 10-5 Yusho: Jejima (M1W 12-3) Jun-Yusho: chishafuwaku (S1E 11-4) Shukunsho: Jakusotsu, chishafuwaku Kantosho: chishafuwaku, Jejima Ginosho: Not awarded
  14. Jejima

    Aurora breaks the record and Aki weigh-in

    I thought that part of the Orora story was that he had some medical problems that led to his unusual weight, and that he came to do sumo in Japan as a way to get better medical attention, and as a way to be able to have his medical treatment paid for. Am I getting this wrong? Or am I confusing him with another rikishi?
  15. Thanks to chishafuwaku for making an early pick. I need to pick differently to have a chance of winning the yusho.... Let me see.... Asanoyama does look good, but I will go with ABI! Get me that yusho