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  1. Randomitsuki

    Haru 2024 Superbanzuke Masters Series

    Thanks for the correction. And yet: The slaying of a beautiful story by an ugly fact...
  2. Randomitsuki

    Haru 2024 Superbanzuke Masters Series

    And another exciting basho of sumo gaming is over. You can see the results for the Superbanzuke games at the usual place. Kaito won his third Green Mawashi with ease. He becomes the first player to ever to get the yusho in all three Superbanzuke games that were invented by Superbanzuke inventor Zenjimoto (Sekitori-Oracle, -Toto, and -Quadrumvirate). This unique triple was complemented with a yusho in UDH. Pandaazuma wins his eigth career shukun-sho for getting double digits in three different games (among them a yusho in Hoshitori Game). The other two sansho are secured by ScreechingOwl. He impressed in daily games (Sumo Game yusho) and pre-basho games (jun-yusho in Hoshitori Game), yielding his fourth gino-sho. By having eight Top 10 finishes he also nets his second career kanto-sho. Congratulations to all the winners! I have also updated the standings for the 2024 World Championships.
  3. Randomitsuki

    Games talk Haru 24

    I'm still waiting for Hoshitori Game. But yeah, Kaito's order with the sumo apparel services was not in vain - he'll win the Green Mawashi. Currently short of 90 points but that might change with the Hoshitori Game final standings.
  4. Randomitsuki

    Makushita Game Haru 2024

    Hi, this is to invite you to another edition of Makushita Game. Ok, it's probably too late for an invitation now... To the 30 players who participated anyway: thanks for playing! This edition was won by Yokozuna Andoreasu. A trio of players gets the jun-yusho honors: M1 Bill, M3 Golynohana (who led until about Day 10), and M6 Oortael. The upper group (Y to M4) had an average score of 8.57 win points. In order to determine your final W/L score, subtract a full point from your WP column and round down half-points. Papayasu is the last to get a KK, Asashosakari is the first to receive a MK. Ozeki Ganzohnesushi goes kadoban again (after freeing himself from it last basho). The lower group (M5 downward) had an average score of 7.23 win points. Add half a point to your WP column and round down half-points. Thus, the KK/MK line runs between Holleshoryu and Kamibaka. Sansho: Shukun-sho: Bill (for being one of only three players to pick 7-0 Kazekeno, and for deciding the tie-breaker with having 6-1 Yoshii). Kanto-sho: Golynohana and Oortael (66 wins) Gino-sho: Bill (16.53 points; among them 4 points for Miyagi, 2.33 points for Kazekeno, and 2 points for Kayo). Thanks for playing, and please return in droves!!
  5. Randomitsuki

    Haru 2024 discussion (results)

    No yusho push. http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Query.aspx?show_form=0&form1_rank=Jk&form1_wins=7&form1_losses=0&form1_year=2019&form1_month=7&form1_y=on&form1_yd=on
  6. Randomitsuki

    Superbanzuke Ranking for Haru 2024

    Hi there, I am in a bit of a hurry, so without further ado I want you to enjoy the latest edition of the Superbanzuke Ranking.
  7. Randomitsuki

    Hatsu 2024 Superbanzuke Masters Series

    Hullo. The first Masters Series of 2024 is in the bags. The gaming year starts with a nice surprise, with a relatively new player (Kajiyanosho) receiving his first Green Mawashi. And what a deserved title it is, with a strong 55 points. The foundation for his triumph was a triple yusho (Chaingang, Hoshitori Game, Norizo Cup). With a double yusho in the twin games (Ozumo Bingo, Paper Oyakata), Kotohirayama receives the shukun-sho, his/her first Superbanzuke sansho ever. The gino-sho goes to Susanoo for balanced strong performance in pre-basho games (e.g., Juryo Game yusho) and on the daily scene (jun-yusho in Quad and Toto). It's already the ninth Technique Prize for Susanoo, and now he is tied again for most gino-sho ever (with Norizo). Oskahanada gets his fourth career kanto-sho as he was the highest-placed player to achieve 6 Top 10 finishes. His last Fighting Spirit Prize was more than ten years ago. Congratulations to all the winners! Final results can be found at http://99998271.com/sb/sbmsnew202401.html The same results, but with a slightly different design are on display in the World Championship standings.
  8. Randomitsuki

    Invitation for Makushita Game: Hatsu 2024

    Final Results: Up-and-comer Konya ga Yamada wins the yusho in a very high-scoring basho. Five players (S Asashosakari, K Kaiowaka, M3 Bill, M4 Golynohana, and M12 Kamibaka) share the jun-yusho. The average win points score in the Y-M4 range was a hefty 10.03, so to find out your actual W/L record you have to subtract 2.5 points and round down half points. The KK/MK line runs between Kobashi and Asapedroryu. This turns out to be good news for all those top dogs who were in demotion danger. The Ozeki pair of Flohru and Ganzohnesushi could stave off kadoban with relative ease. And with an incredible extra oomph on senshuraku, Yokozuna Andoreasu straddled the KK line, averting a third MK in a row and an enforced intai. In the M5-Juryo range, the average win points were at 7.81, so to get your W/L record you subtract 0.5 points from your WP column and round up half-points. The KK/MK line thus runs between Shatsume and Andonishiki. Sansho: The shukun-sho goes to Kaiowaka for picking Wakatakakage, Hakuoho, and Daishomaru. Konya ga Yamada wins the kanto-sho with ease (70 wins) And the Technique Prize goes to Bill with 16.72 points (e.g. 4 points for Sazanami and 2 points apiece for Asakoki and Kumanoryu). Thanks for playing Makushita Game!!
  9. Randomitsuki

    Superbanzuke Ranking for Hatsu 2024

    Good catch, thank you. Will be amended in the next edition.
  10. Randomitsuki

    Superbanzuke Ranking for Hatsu 2024

    Hiya, now that all Superbanzuke games have their Hatsu banzuke published, it's time for another edition of the Superbanzuke Ranking. For years, Pandaazuma has been dominating the ranking, frequently with more than 1000 points distance to the closest pursuer. Occasionally, the Panda had lost the coveted Y1e spot, only to recover it with ease in the next basho. But not so this time... After losing the Yokozuna spot in a number of games, Pandaazuma has really plummeted in the SB ranking (for his caliber). So in the last Superbanzuke it was Golynohana who could capitalize on that. But in a departure from previous patterns, Golynohana defended the Yokozuna East spot after a strong outing in Kyushu. The Panda would not be the Panda if he hadn't made it back to Y1w after a single basho, and it remains to be seen whether and for how long other players can survive at the top of the standings before becoming pandafactured and pandaporized. See how you stand at this permalink.
  11. I can safely say that from all sumo games that are dedicated to sumo's 3rd division, Makushita Game is a) the most well-known, b) most popular, and c) hands-down best of its ilk. So why not take part in this exciting endeavor? Consider playing at https://makushita.sumogames.de/ A banzuke for Hatsu Basho has been sent to Doitsuyama and awaits upload.
  12. Randomitsuki

    sumo jokes/memes

    Heavy Battle
  13. Randomitsuki

    Kyushu 2023 Superbanzuke Masters Series and Year's Wrapup

    Meanwhile, I checked for Papayasu's nationality (now that s/he plays several games, there is certainly one which shows nationality). And according to Sumo Game archives, Papayasu is from Japan. Which is great to know, but also spoils your interesting trivia nugget.
  14. Hiya, I have updated and uploaded all relevant files for ending the sumo gaming year of 2023. Final Results Kyushu Masters (permalink) Final Results 2023 Sumo Gaming World Championship. Enjoy! And come back playing next year!!
  15. Randomitsuki

    Invitation for Makushita Game: Kyushu 2023

    Final Standings: Sorry for missing out on the interim standings... The Kyushu yusho goes to Kaiowaka (13.00 WP) in front of chishafuwaku (12.50) and a group of seven players at 12.00 WPs. Overall scores were extremely high, so you have to downgrade your WPs substantially. For players down to M4, subtract 2.5 points and round down half-points. For players at M5 and below, subtract two points and round up half-points. The KK/MK line in the elite ranks is between Bunbukuchagama and Itachi. For the lower-ranked players, the border is between Yarimotsu and Kamibaka. Yokozuna Andoreasu is in dire straits after posting his second MK in a row. Ozeki Flohru and Ozeki Ganzohnesushi will be kadoban in their next tournament. And Asashosakari missed out on a re-promotion to Ozeki. Shukun-sho: Wamahada (for picking Satorufuji, Takerufuji, and Kayo). Kanto-sho: chishafuwaku (68 wins) Gino-sho: chishafuwaku (12.26 points, e.g., 4 points for Oyamatoumi, and 2.5 points apiece for Kurohimeyama and Marusho). Hope to see many and more of you return in January!!