• Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Randomitsuki last won the day on April 10 2016

Randomitsuki had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

1,486 Excellent

About Randomitsuki

  • Rank
    Clueless Clairvoyant
  • Birthday 28/04/1968

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Tübingen, Germany
  • Interests
    sumo, movies, pbm games


  • Favourite Rikishi

Recent Profile Visitors

20,089 profile views
  1. Randomitsuki

    Makushita Game Aki 2018

    Here is how senshuraku unfolded in Makushita Game: 1) Aozora defeated Ichiki which gave a serious, but non-mortal blow to the yusho hopes of Ayagawa, kuroimori, Torafujii, and Holleshoryu 2) Hokaho defeated Chiyonokatsu. Asashosakari moved up to 10.25 points, and Andoreasu took second place. Game over for chishafuwaku as he could at best reach (and lose) a kettei-sen against Asashosakari. 3) Nishikifuji defeated Hamayutaka. Another one for Andoreasu who defends second place. Ayagawa moved up into sole third place. 4) Bushozan defeated Kiseoka. As Asashosakari had Bushozan, lots of contenders dropped out of the yusho race, with only Asashosakari (10.5; two open slots) and Ayagawa (9.5; two open slots) remaining. 5) Kotodaigo defeated Satoyama. And another one for Asashosakari who was unbeatable at this point. In the end, Aki Basho was one for the MsGame bigwigs. Congrats to kadoban-Ozeki Asashosakari for the yusho! Sole runner-up was kadoban-Ozeki Andoreasu. Third place was tied between Yokozuna kuroimori and chishafuwaku. The final records of all players are indicated in the WP column of the final table. Round up in case of half-points. This means a last-minute kachi-koshi for shimodahito. All Ozeki are in the clear. The sansho: Shukun-sho: Ayagawa (for picking Toyonoshima and Tsushimanada) Kanto-sho: Ayagawa, Pepoetse (61 wins) Gino-sho: Holleshoryu (17.19 points; e.g. 3 points for Takakento and Okinofuji). Thanks for playing, and I hope to see you next time! Final Standings
  2. Randomitsuki

    Makushita Game Aki 2018

    Day 14: Ozeki Asashosakari still sports a half-point lead over the rest of the field, most notably over Ayagawa and Yokozuna kuroimori. The top 7 players (also Torafujii, chishafuwaku, Andoreasu, and Holleshoryu) all have mathematical chances for the yusho. Therefore, the final results will rest on eight crucial bouts tomorrow. 1) Aozora vs. Ichiki (Ayagawa, kuroimori, Torafujii, Holleshoryu) 2) Hokaho (Asashosakari, Andoreasu) vs. Chiyonokatsu 3) Nishikifuji (Ayagawa, chishafuwaku, Andoreasu) vs. Hamayutaka 4) Kiseoka (Holleshoryu) vs. Bushozan (Asashosakari) 5) Kotodaigo (Asashosakari) vs. Satoyama 6) Akinohana (Holleshoryu) vs. Wakamotoharu (Asashosakari, kuroimori, Andoreasu) 7) Tomisakae vs. Kotokamatani (Ayagawa, Torafujii, Holleshoryu) 8) Sokokurai (Ayagawa, Torafujii, Holleshoryu) vs. Sagatsukasa Sansho standings: Shukun-sho: Ayagawa (for picking Toyonoshima and Tsushimanada). The prize might go to Andrasoyamawaka if he managed to straddle the KK line. Kanto-sho: Ayagawa, Torafujii (60 wins) Gino-sho: Holleshoryu (17.19 points; e.g. 3 points for picking Takakento and Okinofuji).
  3. Randomitsuki

    Makushita Game Aki 2018

    Day 10: Jinx completed. Ozeki Asashosakari has now lost his lead, but is still tied points-wise with new leader Chishafuwaku. Torafujii and Ayagawa trail by only half a point, so everything is open for grabs. Meanwhile, kadoban Ozeki Andoreasu had by far the strongest showing among all players in the last two days, and all of a sudden he finds himself deep in KK territory. Current sansho standings: Shukun-sho: Andrasoyamawaka (for picking Gokushindo) Kanto-sho: Torafujii, Ayagawa, and Andrasoyamawaka (46 wins) Gino-sho: Holleshoryu (11.05 points; e.g. 2 points apiece for Akinohana and Okinofuji)
  4. Randomitsuki

    Makushita Game Aki 2018

    Standings after Day 8: Ozeki Asashosakari looks to be in great shape and is at the top the standings with quite some leading margin (a full point to second place, 1.5 win points to third place). Best way to counter kadoban status. Speaking of kadoban, Ozeki Andoreasu has still some work to do as he currently is below the KK line again. Sansho standings: Shukun-sho: Ayagawa (for picking Toyonoshima and Tsushimanada) Kanto-sho: Andrasoyamawaka (40 wins) Gino-sho: shimodahito (10.96 points; mostly fueled by being the only player to pick 4-0 Nogami for 4.00 full points).
  5. Randomitsuki

    Pandaazuma Happy Birthday

    Two score and eight years ago, the Abraham Lincoln of sumo gaming materialized on this planet. Congrats to that, and may your lodgings always be big enough to store all those World Championship Trophys of past, present, and future!
  6. Randomitsuki

    Aki 2018 Superbanzuke Ranking

    Fresh off the press: the Aki Superbanzuke Ranking! Pandaazuma stays safely on top while Flohru moved to Y1w, his first appearance in the top rank since Hatsu 2017. Konosato returns to Ozeki (and even to O1e) after toiling three basho in lower sanyaku. Susanoo, Taka, and ScreechingOwl round out the Ozeki ranks. Ganzohnesushi, Gurowake, Norizo, and Kitakachiyama assemble the lower sanyaku. Andonishiki has developed into a really formidable sumo gamer over the last two years. Following up on a career-high M2 in Nagoya, he advances to M1 for the first time ever. He also improved his points record by almost 500 points, crossing 3500 with ease. Metzinowaka continues his 16-year quest for reaching the upper echelons. After achieving a career-high M3 in Nagoya he moved up to M2 this time, eclipsing 3500 points in the process. Bill moves up into a career-high M3, a rank he held twice before (Haru 2016, and Aki 2017). Achiyama had an excellent showing in Nagoya, and this shows on the Superbanzuke. He improved his highest career rank from M9 to M6. After straddling 2000 points in Nagoya, he now mastered 2500 points. Sebunshu improved his highest career rank from M12 to M10, jumping over 2000 points for the first time ever. Tenshinhan and Torafujii returned to Makuuchi, while Oshirokita and Kotononami dropped to Juryo. Speaking of Juryo, we had new career highs for Gawasukotto (J3), Andrasoyamawaka (J5), and Sengyoumi (J8).
  7. Randomitsuki

    Makushita Game Aki 2018

    Hi there, why shouldn't you ponder taking part in the wonderful and exciting Makushita Game? Endless joy is awaiting you! I have even compiled a banzuke for this game and just sent it to Doitsuyama who has automated the game. Ozeki Flohru had such a string of great results throughout 2018 that I am contemplating to promote him to Yokozuna with another excellent score. Ozeki Andoreasu and Asashosakari should better achieve a kachi-koshi as they are kadoban after the harsh scoring regime of Nagoya Basho. And for the first time in ages, we have a relatively neat sanyaku with 1 Yokozuna, 3 Ozeki, 2 Sekiwake, and 2 Komusubi. What are you waiting for? Join the fun immediately! Please.
  8. Last Movie Seen: Wolf Children (6/10)

  9. Last Movie Seen: The Lobster (7/10)

  10. Last Movie Seen: The Sandlot (4/10)

  11. Last Movie Seen: Miss Sloane (7/10)

  12. Randomitsuki

    Nagoya Masters Series 2018

    The Nagoya 2018 Masters are online. Now. For many years, Norizo had been the most dominant sumo gamer. 2010 he tied the record for most Green Mawashi and soon took the lead in that category. In January 2014, he won his eigth Green Mawashi (with the next best player sitting at 5 Masters titles). However, a lot has changed since then. Pandaazuma has turned into THE force majeure of sumo gaming, equaled Norizo's record and became the first player to win nine titles. All these years after Hatsu 2014, Norizo did not win a Green Mawashi - until now. Norizo ties Pandaazuma's record with a 60+ Masters score. He got the yusho in Odd Sumo, the jun-yusho in Norizo Cup, and a shared jun-yusho in Sekitori-Toto, among many other good scores. Andonishiki had a field day this basho. He never had a single sansho in a Masters Series before, but in Nagoya 2018 he grabbed both the shukun-sho and the gino-sho (for finishing second overall, and for yushoing in pre-basho Juryo Game and daily Sumo Game). After a nine-time winner for the Green Mawashi and a dual first-time winner for shukun-sho and gino-sho, things are neatly balanced with another nine-time winner. That's Flohru who received his ninth career kanto-sho after finishing among the Top 10 in eight different games. Congratulation to all the winners! Also updated: The World Championship standings. Ten players are already in triple digits! Of course, Pandaazuma is up front, but Susanoo and Norizo are "only" about one Green Mawashi-like score behind...
  13. Randomitsuki

    Makushita Game Nagoya 2018

    Once again, I did not have (or take) the time to provide you with a proper game invitation or regular updates throughout the basho. So at least I want to inform you about the Final Standings. http://makushita.sumogames.de/Standing.aspx After Day 14, there were still six players who could move into a potential kettei-sen. But the thing is that the outcome of the kettei-sen in Makushita Game is often known in advance, and Yokozuna kuroimori who led through large parts of the basho, could at worst drop into a kettei-sen that he then would eventually win against any opponent. Erm yeah, what this convoluted sentence was trying to say is that kuroimori had won the yusho on Day 14 already. His closest pursuer Gurowake actually was able to enforce a kettei-sen, and subsequently was defeated by the Yokozuna on first bracket (Hakuyozan vs. Murata). Congratulations! Overall scoring was very high (average score of 8.55 win points), so you have to subtract a full point from the WP score and round down where necessary. This means that Ozeki duo of Andoreasu and Asashosakari went make-koshi and fall to kadoban status. Shukun-sho: Pepoetse (the only eligible player to pick yusho winner Hakuyozan). Kanto-sho: Gurowake and andonishiki (64 wins) Gino-sho: andonishiki (14.09 points; main contributors were Kiseoka and Chiyosakae with 2 points apiece). Thanks for playing!
  14. Randomitsuki

    Nagoya 2018 Superbanzuke Ranking

    Hiya, fresh off the press: the Nagoya Superbanzuke Ranking. Pandaazuma continues to play in a league of his own, but his points score dwindled a bit. The most breaking news is ScreechingOwl's promotion to Superbanzuke Yokozuna. He is the 15th Yokozuna in Superbanzuke history. Congrats, Douglas, I knew you would make it!! ScreechingOwl made his Ozeki debut just two basho ago! Of course, after winning the Green Mawashi in May, he also achieved a new points record. Flohru, Gurowake, Susanoo (demoted from Yokozuna), and Taka (promoted from Komusubi) fill the Ozeki ranks. For the Danish mastermind, it's a return to a career-high rank (the other three Ozeki have been Yokozuna before). Gonzaburow continues the "repeat at a career high" exercise. He first achieved that rank in Aki 2012, and repeated that feat five times in the following six basho. After falling behind a bit (never lower than M9) he returned to the career high M1 in Kyushu 2017, and repeated on this rank in Hatsu Basho, And in Haru Basho, And in Natsu Basho. And in Nagoya Basho... Kaiomitsuki seems eager to emulate Gonzaburow. The French frontrunner now sits on a career-high M2 for the third basho in a row. This time, Kaiomitsuki achieved a new points record, eclipsing 3500 points. andonishiki returns to a career-high M2, a rank he held twice before (Natsu '17, Haru '18). New points record for him. Metzinowaka is one of only nine players who were listed on every Superbanzuke since its inception more than 16 years ago. After all these years, he now improved to a new career high at M3. He also straddled 3000 points for the first time ever. It's a kind of good news/bad news scenario for Chankoyama. While she missed out on her career high rank (M8) at M10, she achieved a new points record. A similar scenario materialized for Terarno. He drops from a career-high M10 to M11, but moving over 2000 points for the first time ever should be some consolation. The same goes for Achiyama. With M11, he was two ranks short of his former career high, but also crosses the 2000 points mark for the first time. In Juryo, we have new career highs for Suwihito (J2), Gawasukotto (J5), Andrasoyamawaka (J8), Junboko (J8), and Hironoyama (J11). All these news are true, until someone points me to the inescapbale scoring error
  15. Last Movie Seen: Gifted (6/10)