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  1. Jejima

    Bench sumo mailing list

    http://benchsumo.sumogames.de/
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    Bench sumo mailing list

    Just reading this now. This is terrible news. I am really too busy with life at present - but if someone can work out how to save the data from yahoogroups, please do so!
  3. Jejima

    Happy Birthday, Asashosakari!

    Hippo Birplelies!
  4. Jejima

    Bench Sumo news

    Hi all, I have just received the following email from the esteemed Marushiki, chair of the Bench Sumo Deliberation Council. This Council is - and always has been - completely independent of myself and the other banzuke makers. Enjoy! Jejima Venerable Rijicho The newly refurbished BSYDC has met in our HQ, and discussed Flohru’s performance. We debated long and hard, looking back at his record for the last 12 months. There was a bit of an initiation with our 4 new YDC members, and then once we inducted we got down to business. I thought everyone would like to see our HQ, if you click on the link, then on the picture you will see arrows that will show you other images of our BS YDC HQ. With our increased number of members we have bought a new Hot Tub that accommodates us all at the same time. Might I add that our new members do look rather delightful in our new Fuchsia Kimono with yellow Wattle embroidery, purchased especially for the YDC members. No now down to Flohru, it was after much debate and consideration that with a majority in the deciding vote. The BS YDC acknowledges that any Yokozuna is in a difficult position to maintain the rank. We also must remember that in the game of Bench Sumo, there are a huge amount of factors that contribute to our performances each Basho. Therefore I am pleased to announce, the majority of us agreed that Flohru should be offered Yokozuna status. Now that business is done, ScreechingOwl and Nekonishiki are on Hot Tub Cleaning duty, while Sakura and Frinkanohana are on dish-washing and laundry duty. Marushiki (Chair BSYDC) Congratulations to our new Yokozuna Flohru! Bench Sumo is always much better in the eras of having a Yokozuna (and I sincerely look forward to the day when we have two at once!) I look forward to hearing his acceptance speech. Of course the top of the new banzuke will have to be changed a bit, so it now looks like:- Flohru (O1E, 11-4) Y1 Bill (O2E, 9-6) O1 Taka (O1W, 7-8) O2 Norizo (O2W, 7-8)pandaazuma (K1W, 11-4) S1 Yassier (S1E, 9-6) Jejima (M2W, 9-6) K1 Rubensan (S1W, 7-8)
  5. Jejima

    Games Talk Aki 2019

    A gentle reminder - Bench Sumo has the earliest deadline for entries out of the daily games. Make sure that you enter in the week before the basho starts (you may change your line-up after that, but you do need to make the initial early entry.) I recommend signing up to the Bench Sumo mailing list at either yahoo groups or google groups (where you will get the reminder for entry deadline) otherwise you are missing at least half of the fun.
  6. Jejima

    SalaryCap Sumo Aki Basho 2019

    I asked for Kosho, I believe.
  7. Jejima

    Games Talk Aki 2019

    I got 8 points for my predictions of the Yokozunas. panda got one point. Susanoo got zero points. Would I really be MK if one or both of the Yokozunas had gone 12-3 or better? In Ozumo, it is not too uncommon for at least one Yokozuna to pull out mid-way through a basho. Would my style of picking give me a big edge if/when that were to happen?
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    Games Talk Aki 2019

    I wonder if 'Oracle' is broken as a sumo game? I had zero time to enter any pre-basho games, and so asked for Kosho in most of them. As I had skipped Oracle in July, I *had* to play it this time. Anyone looking at my picks for this game, will see that there was next to zero thought put into them. Perhaps a tinkering with the scoring system is required?
  9. Jejima

    Bench Sumo news

    Hi all! Here is the new banzuke put together by Kaiomitsuki, Flohru and Jejima, under the watchful eye of Kintamayama, Ekigozan and Asashosakari. It was surprisingly easier to put together than usual. There is some banzuke bad luck for players with MKs in Makunouchi, which is mostly due to the size of the sanyaku shrinking to 8. All the best, Jejima Flohru (O1E, 11-4) O1 Bill (O2E, 9-6) Taka (O1W, 7-8) O2 Norizo (O2W, 7-8) pandaazuma (K1W, 11-4) S1 Yassier (S1E, 9-6) Jejima (M2W, 9-6) K1 Rubensan (S1W, 7-8) Chocshoporyu (M4W, 9-6) M1 Damimonay (M5E, 9-6) Susanoo (M10E, 11-4) 2 Kintamayama (M6W, 9-6) Konosato (K1E, 6-9) 3 Ruziklao (M8E, 9-6) fujiyama (S2E, 5-10)4 Ihopeso (M1E, 6-9) toonoryu (M1W, 6-9) 5 Gawasukotto (M2E, 6-9) Andoreasu (M11E, 10-5) 6 ScreechingOwl (M7W, 8-7) Fujisan (M4E, 7-8) 7 Gurowake (M10W, 9-6) iwakoko (M13W, 10-5) 8 tainosen (M9W, 8-7) Metzinowaka (M3E, 6-9) 9 Boltbutthamma (M5W, 7-8) Gaijingai (M3W, 6-9) 10 Terarno (M8W, 7-8) Yamashade (M6E, 5-10) 11 andonishiki (M13E, 8-7) Getayukata (M9E, 6-9) 12 Achiyama (M7E, 5-10) Haidouzo (M11W, 7-8) 13 Sakura (J3E, 9-6) Frinkanohana (J1E, 8-7) 14 Chijanofuji (J3W, 9-6) Tsunamiko (M12E, 6-9) 15 mischashimaru (M12W, 6-9) Kitahotaru (M15W, 7-8) 16 Jakusotsu (J4W, 9-6) Hokuyutaka (M16W, 7-8) 17 Oshirokita (J5W, 9-6) Itachi (M17E, 7-8) J1 Tenshinhan (M15E, 6-9) Itachiyama (J2E, KOSHO) 2 Pitinosato (M16E, 6-9) Tameiki (J14E, 13-2) 3 Mukanibaru (J4E, 8-7) Saruyama (J7W, 9-6) 4 Unkonoyama (J7E, 8-7) Hana-ichi (J2W, 6-9) 5 GONZABUROW (J9W, 9-6) Gansekiiwa (J8W, 8-7) 6 Kaiowaka (J1W, 5-10) Kitakachiyama (J10W, 8-7) 7 Mmikasazuma (J11W, 8-7) wolfgangho (J13E, 8-7) 8 Hironoumi (J8E, 7-8) Mariohana (J9E, KOSHO) 9 Unagiyutaka (ms1E, 9-6) Heiyu (J6E, 6-9) 10 Sherlockiama (J5E, 5-10) kuroimori (ms2W, 9-6) 11 shimodahito (J11E, 7-8) Furanohana (M14E, 0-0-15) 12 Holleshoryu (M14W, 0-0-15) 13 Kasamatsuri (J10E, 6-9) chishafuwaku (ms3W, 9-6) Homuburyuwa (J6W, 4-11) 14 Rikishimiezi (ms1W, 8-7) Fujiko (ms15E, 13-2) ms1 Rowitoro (ms6W, 10-5) Watashi (ms6E, 9-6) 2 Basoyama (ms7W, 9-6) Golynohana (ms3E, KOSHO) 3 Sebunshu (ms4W, 8-7) tokugawa (ms8E, 9-6) 4 Kyodaitimu (J12E, 5-10) Bunijiman (J14W, 6-9) 5 Nekonishiki (ms5W, KOSHO) Nantonoyama (J13W, 5-10) 6 kamogawa (ms2E, 6-9) aoyume (ms8W, 8-7) 7 Wamahada (ms4E, 6-9) Kotononami (ms10E, 8-7) 8 Anjoboshi (ms7E, 7-8) Kintsubasa (ms13E, 8-7) 9 Joaoiyama (ms9W, KOSHO) Takanorappa (ms5E, 5-10) 10 Oskanohana (ms17E, 9-6) Oortael (ms18E, 9-6) 11 Hibarifuji (ms11W, KOSHO) VESHANA (ms9E, 6-9) 12 Kofujinokami (ms16W, 8-7) Marushiki (ms12E, 7-8) 13 Roundeye (J12W, 0-0-15) Kishikaisei (ms13W, 7-8) 14 Akokoneko (ms12W, 6-9) Aminoumi (ms10W, 5-10) 15 Yangnomazuma (ms11E, 5-10) Atenzan (ms14E, 6-9) 16 Domichi (ms17W, 7-8) Maeden (ms16E, 4-11) 17 Banzuke-gai Kitanoyama (ms14W, 0-0-15) Jaakunakunshu (ms15W, 0-0-15 )
  10. Jejima

    Bench Sumo news

    Hi everyone! Here are the updated standings for the Zentoryu Quality of Sumo Award for 2019 after the September 2019 basho. This is the combined results of the ZQoSA from November 2018 to September 2019. It reads like this..... Current ZQoSA position - (Change from after July 2019) - Rank on the September 2019 banzuke - shikona - Total ZQoSA points from the previous 6 bashos - (points gain from after September 2019, basically September 2019 minus September 2018). Flohru holds onto the top spot - and has a big lead going into the final basho of the year, when the Zentoryu Quality of Sumo Award for 2019 will be announced. I think that the prize will be taken by one of the players currently in the top 5. Coming in at #10, Konosato is the only new entry into the top 10. Over-and-out-until-November! Jejima Sanyaku level 1. (=) O1E Flohru 515 (-4) 2. (+2) O1W Taka 476 (+17) 3. (+2) K1W pandaazuma 460 (+38) 4. (-2) O2E Bill 458 (-16) 5. (-2) O2W Norizo 455 (-16) 6. (=) S1W Rubensan 382 (+17) 7. (+2) M1E Ihopeso 368 (+10) 8. (+2) M4W Chocshoporyu 353 (+4) 9. (-1) S1E Yassier 351 (-8) 10. (+2) K1E Konosato 349 (+21) Makunouchi level 11. (=) M10E Susanoo 337 (+7) 12. (+5) M1W toonoryu 320 (+14) 13. (+1) M6W Kintamayama 318 (+5) 14. (-8) M8W Terarno 315 (-50) 15. (+8) M2W Jejima 313 (+69) 16. (-3) M10W Gurowake 311 (-7) 17. (-3) M6E Yamashade 304 (-9) 18. (=) S2E fujiyama 298 (+11) 19. (-3) M7E Achiyama 289 (-21) 20. (-1) M2E Gawasukotto 267 (-16) 21. (+1) M7W ScreechingOwl 257 (+11) 22. (+6) M13W iwakoko 256 (+44) 23. (-2) M8E Ruziklao 252 (+3) 24. (+6) M11E Andoreasu 249 (+49) 25. (-5) M9W tainosen 237 (-15) 26. (-2) M3E Metzinowaka 235 (-5) 27. (+4) M4E Fujisan 229 (+31) 28. (-2) M11W Haidouzo 225 (0) 29. (+6) M5E Damimonay 203 (+24) 30. (-3) M15W Kitahotaru 196 (-26) 31. (+2) M17E Itachi 173 (-19) 32. (+2) J4W Jakusotsu 168 (-15) =33. (-8) M16E Pitinosato 167 (-68) =33. (+9) M13E andonishiki 167 (+21) 35. (=) M12E Tsunamiko 166 (-13) 36. (-5) J1W Kaiowaka 164 (-34) 37. (+3) M3W Gaijingai 162 (+6) 38. (-1) M14E Furanohana 151 (-24) 39. (=) M12W mischashimaru 148 (-17) 40. (-2) J2W Hana-ichi 145 (-21) 41. (=) M9E Getayukata 144 (-10) 42. (-13) J2E Itachiyama 143 (-66) Juryo level 43. (+1) M16W Hokuyutaka 139 (+17) 44. (+5) M5W Boltbutthamma 137 (+41) 45. (=) J3W Chijanofuji 125 (+5) 46. (=) M15E Tenshinhan 122 (+12) 47. (=) J5W Oshirokita 106 (+5) 48. (-5) M14W Holleshoryu 103 (-29) 49. (+1) J1E Frinkanohana 102 (+9) 50. (+1) J4E Mukanibaru 92 (+4) 51. (+2) J9W GONZABUROW 85 (-1) 52. (=) J5E Sherlockiama 81 (-6) 53. (+1) J6W Homuburywa 79 (-4) 54. (+7) J3E Sakura 75 (+24) 55. (=) J12W Roundeye 70 (0) 56. (-8) ms8E tokugawa 69 (-30) 57. (+1) J7W Saruyama 66 (+9) 58. (=) J7E Unkonoyama 62 (+5) 59. (+3) J6E Heiyu 61 (+12) 60. (-5) J9E Mariohana 59 (-11) 61. (-1) J12E Kyodaitimu 57 (+3) 62. (+3) J11W Mmikasazuma 47 (+7) 63. (-6) BG Leonishiki 41 (-22) 64. (+7) J8W Gansekiiwa 36 (+18) =65. (+1) J10E Kasamatsuri 30 (-4) =65. (+5) J11E shimodahito 30 (+9) =67. (-4) ms7E Anjoboshi 28 (-19) =67. (-3) ms3W chishafuwaku 28 (-16) 69. (NE) J14E Tameiki 27 (+27) 70. (+7) J13E wolfgangho 26 (+15) Makushita level =71. (+2) J8E Hironoumi 24 (+9) =71. (+4) J10W Kitakachiyama 24 (+12) 73. (-2) J14W Bunijiman 21 (+3) 74. (-1) ms1E Unagiyutaka 15 (0) 75. (-8) ms4W Sebunshu 14 (-12) 76. (-8) ms2E kamogawa 13 (-9) =77. (-2) ms3E Golynohana 12 (0) =77. (+3) J13W Nantonoyama 12 (+5) 79. (=) ms6W Rowitoro 8 (0) =80. (-2) ms2W kuroimori 6 (-4) =80. (+1) ms14E Atenzan 6 (0) 82. (+2) ms12E Marushiki -1 (0)
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    Guess Kisenosato's Aite

    September 2019 Sakura (Y1E 13-2 ) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W Kosho) Jakusotsu (Y2E 8-7) Y2 YO Kuroimori (YOW 11-3-1 ) chishafuwaku (O1E 10-5) O1 Ryoshishokunin (S1E 7-8) S1 shimodahito (S1W 7-6-2) orandashoho (K1E 4-5-6) K1 Jejima (K1W 6-9) Tenshinhan (M1E 8-7) M1 Andonishiki (M1W 5-9-1)Profomisakari (M2E 6-9) M2 WAKATAKE (M2W 10-5)Umizoi (M3E Kosho) M3 Jaakunakunshu (M3W 0-0-15)The Kyokai (M4E 1-14) M4 Chickystar (M4W Kosho)Hakuhonofan (M5E 5-6-4) M5 KK line: 8-7 OQ line: 11-4 Yusho: Sakura (13-2) Jun-Yusho: kuroimori (11-3-1) Shukunsho: SakuraKantosho: SakuraGinosho: Sakura ************************************************************************ New banzuke for November 2019 Sakura (Y1E 13-2 ) Y1 Kuroimori (YOW 11-3-1 ) Jakusotsu (Y2E 8-7) Y2 YO Gurowake (Y1W Kosho) chishafuwaku (O1E 10-5) O1 WAKATAKE (M2W 10-5) S1 Tenshinhan (M1E 8-7) Ryoshishokunin (S1E 7-8) K1 shimodahito (S1W 7-6-2) Jejima (K1W 6-9) M1 orandashoho (K1E 4-5-6)Andonishiki (M1W 5-9-1) M2 Profomisakari (M2E 6-9)Umizoi (M3E Kosho) M3 Hakuhonofan (M5E 5-6-4)The Kyokai (M4E 1-14) M4 Chickystar (M4W Kosho) Banzuke-gai Jaakunakunshu (M3W 0-0-15) Comments: Yokozuna Sakura is truly a Dai-Yokozuna of this game. I do not think that I am in any position to comment on her performances - ever. Yokozuna Kuroimori's performance was also of a very high standard, and is highly commended. Yokozuna Jakusotsu barely scraped a KK. This is of some concern. It is hoped that he will up his game for the next basho, and thereby challenge the other Yokozunas.
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    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    New banzuke for November 2019 Sakura (Y1E 13-2 ) Y1 Kuroimori (YOW 11-3-1 ) Jakusotsu (Y2E 8-7) Y2 YO Gurowake (Y1W Kosho) chishafuwaku (O1E 10-5) O1 WAKATAKE (M2W 10-5) S1 Tenshinhan (M1E 8-7) Ryoshishokunin (S1E 7-8) K1 shimodahito (S1W 7-6-2) Jejima (K1W 6-9) M1 orandashoho (K1E 4-5-6)Andonishiki (M1W 5-9-1) M2 Profomisakari (M2E 6-9)Umizoi (M3E Kosho) M3 Hakuhonofan (M5E 5-6-4)The Kyokai (M4E 1-14) M4 Chickystar (M4W Kosho) Banzuke-gai Jaakunakunshu (M3W 0-0-15) Comments: Yokozuna Sakura is truly a Dai-Yokozuna of this game. I do not think that I am in any position to comment on her performances - ever. Yokozuna Kuroimori's performance was also of a very high standard, and is highly commended. Yokozuna Jakusotsu barely scraped a KK. This is of some concern. It is hoped that he will up his game for the next basho, and thereby challenge the other Yokozunas.
  13. Announcing the September 2019 edition of Guess Kisenosato's Aite.... Guess Hokutofuji's Aite All you have to do is guess M1E Hokutofuji's opponent each day, before the torikumi comes out. If you guess correctly, you get a shiroboshi. This is surprisingly more fun (or frustrating) and challenging than it should be. It also gets you to think a bit more about the 'inner-workings' of sumo. Here is the current banzuke:- Banzuke for September 2019 Sakura (Y1E 9-6) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W 9-6) Jakusotsu (YOE 8-7) Y2 YO Kuroimori (YOW 8-6-1) chishafuwaku (S1E 11-4) O1 Ryoshishokunin (S1W 8-6-1) S1 shimodahito (M2W 9-6) orandashoho (M1W 8-6-1) K1 Jejima (K1E Kosho) Tenshinhan (M2E 8-7) M1 Andonishiki (M4W 9-6)Profomisakari (M1E 7-8) M2 WAKATAKE (M3E 4-11)Umizoi (K1W 1-0-14) M3 Jaakunakunshu (M3W Kosho)The Kyokai (M4E 1-14) M4 Chickystar (mz 5-10)Hakuhonofan (mz 2-0-13) M5 Comments:chishafuwaku will be considered for promotion to yokozuna with a yusho. The rules are as follows:-1. Guess M1E Hokutofuji's opponents on each day of the basho.2. Entries need to be in before 11:30 am Japan time on the previous day, except for the days 1 and 2 entries which need to be in before 11:30 am Japan time on the Friday prior to the start of the basho. If it turns out that the daily toriukumi is printed before these times, then any entry proved to have come afterwards is not allowed for that day (so enter early to be safe).3. Tie-breakers to decide the Yusho.... We look at the result of the day 15 prediction, then day 14, and so on back to day 1. If still a tie, then the highest ranked on the banzuke can claim the Yusho.4. If M1E Hokutofuji goes kyujo during the basho, we switch to M1W Aoiyama (M2E Ichinojo, then M2W Asanoyama kept further in reserve, if needed due to a mass spate of kyujos) for the days after his fusensho loss (I.e. we can still guess who gets the freebie). For the immediate day afterwards, (unless it is known very soon after the event), everyone will get a 'kyujo'.5. Players that are leading the Yusho race (especially in the final few days of the basho), are requested / expected to get their picks in very early (before all the other players, if possible) - in order to avoid suspicions of 'tactical picking'.6. If the kyokai changes the originally posted torikumi for any day (such as for a late kyujo), the first version released will be used for the purpose of this game. Special prizes (many thanks to Yaochoyama): 1. Outstanding performance (shukun-sho) - the one who correctly picks the aite the most consecutive days. You have to have a minimum of three to win this prize. 2. Fighting spirit (kanto-sho) - the one who limits their incorrect aite picks to the shortest number of consecutive days (literally the one whose longest losing streak is the shortest). Any losing streak of 5 or more days would disqualify you from this prize. 3. Technique (gino-sho) - the one who is best at making correct picks when no one, or hardly anyone else does. A point system is used as follows and you need at least 3 points to claim this prize: 3 points if you're the only win to make the correct pick 2 points if you're one of two to make the correct pick 1 point if you're one of three to make the correct pick New players () are cordially invited to this game - it is an official second league © game!
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    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    Sakura (Y1E 13-2 ) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W Kosho) Jakusotsu (Y2E 8-7) Y2 YO Kuroimori (YOW 11-3-1 ) chishafuwaku (O1E 10-5) O1 Ryoshishokunin (S1E 7-8) S1 shimodahito (S1W 7-6-2) orandashoho (K1E 4-5-6) K1 Jejima (K1W 6-9) Tenshinhan (M1E 8-7) M1 Andonishiki (M1W 5-9-1)Profomisakari (M2E 6-9) M2 WAKATAKE (M2W 10-5)Umizoi (M3E Kosho) M3 Jaakunakunshu (M3W 0-0-15)The Kyokai (M4E 1-14) M4 Chickystar (M4W Kosho)Hakuhonofan (M5E 5-6-4) M5 KK line: 8-7 OQ line: 11-4 Yusho: Sakura (13-2) Jun-Yusho: kuroimori (11-3-1) Shukunsho: SakuraKantosho: SakuraGinosho: Sakura
  15. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    15 - Sadanoumi
  16. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    14 - Myogiryu - as it really could be anyone
  17. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    13 - Tomokaze
  18. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    12 - Tomokaze - I'm rooting for Sakura to go 15-0!
  19. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    11. Tomokaze, to be different (and because I have read the mind of the all-knowing Sakura ).
  20. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    10 - Endo - the time is right!
  21. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    She copied me! I got lucky and foresaw what the almighty Sakura was going to choose.
  22. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    9 - Daieisho
  23. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    Congratulations.
  24. Jejima

    Guess Hokutofuji's Aite September 2019

    8 - Why is Sakura saying Abi? Hmmmm.... I will stick with Endo, and then probably congratulate Sakura later for her excellent perception.
  25. Jejima

    Win a Harumafuji tegata

    Takakeisho