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  1. Flohru

    Sandanme Game Haru 2019

    Thanks Itachi - and darn, 14 KK rikishi again, I wonder if I will ever manage to select 15... And please Sumo Gamers, give this great game a chance, we need more players!
  2. Flohru

    Class Dismissed Haru 2019

    Main Shohozan Tomokaze Daiamami Yoshikaze Yutakayama Kizakiumi Kizenryu Ichiyamamoto Nishikifuji Takemasa Hatooka Komakiryu Kawamoto Murata Terasawa Alternates Yago Yamaguchi Tiebreakers Asanoyama Jokoryu
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    21 Har Har 19, The Results

    1. A 2. A 3. A 4. A 5. B 6. B 7. A 8. A 9. A 10. B 11. B 12. A 13. B 14. A 15. A 16. A 17. B 18. B 19. B 20. B 21. B
  4. Flohru

    Pick The Yusho Winners Hatsu 2019

    I still think the drone should not be eligible to win the yusho - it is always so frustrating seeing it win! Anyway, congratulations Genzai and Torafuji on another jun-yusho.
  5. Flohru

    Sandanme Game Hatsu 2019

    Wow, 20th yusho, never thought that would even be possible in any sumo game. I would rather like to see SG having 20 players, though! Thanks Itachi - and thanks everyone else for participating in this game!
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    Promotion/Demotion and Yusho discussion Hatsu 2019

    Tell that to Tamawashi!
  7. Flohru

    Invitation to Makushita Game

    Wheew, I was traveling for the whole second half of the basho and did not expect this turnaround at all. Congratulations to Wamahada: Great picks and a well-deserved jun-yusho/special prices. And, of course, thanks, Randomitsuki for still administrating this game!
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    Metasumo 2019

    As I am still lacking a date with Fujisan despite winning Metasumo twice, I have to give it another go! 1-5 Pandaazuma (I strongly disagree with Jejima: You should not be forced to pick yourself in this game, otherwise everyone else who ended up in the Top 5 would stand no chance to win!) 6-10 Gurowake (he really should finish in the Top 5 again) 11-20 Andonishiki (all of the players ranked in this area could finish in the Top 10 next year, but he is sure to do so) 21-40 Asashosakari (possibly to toughest - and most important - decision to choose between him, Ganzohnesushi and Taka..) 41-80 Jakusotsu (off to a good start into 2019 with his GTB result, so keep it going!) 81-120 Kobashi (up-and-coming and bound for a top 50 finish at least) 121-200 Gawasukotto (as always it is about anticipating who is going to play the most in this area - and as always I have no clue and need to guess) 201+ Fukurou (selecting Nr. 201 must be a good omen in this slot)
  9. Flohru

    JWS Hatsu 2019

    D1 and until further notice: Tomokaze
  10. Flohru

    21 Hatsu 19, The Results

    1. A 2. A 3. B 4. A 5. B 6. A 7. A 8. A 9. A 10. A 11. B 12. A 13. A 14. A 15. A 16. B 17. B 18. A 19. A 20. A 21. B
  11. Flohru

    Hatsu 2019 weigh in- way out!!

    The Doitsubase weight-stats have not been updated in a long time, but I would assume that Ichinojo and Kenho are now battling for the top spot.
  12. Flohru

    2019 Hatsu Yoso-Kumi

    Get well soon, Nekonishiki!
  13. I think Rocks' argument was that everything concerning TUG is connected to Sumoforum. As previously mentioned, however, this holds true for DTS as well. Personally I agree that new Super Banzuke games should "force" their way in, in the sense that they need to attract lots of players (= more than 42) as was the case with TTT back then. Otherwise there could be discussions about a number of games and potentially lots of extra work for Randomitsuki which none of us can really want. As for TUG: I believe that some sort of automation would indeed be necessary to gain more players. That said, I do enjoy playing the game despite it not being a part of the SB. :)
  14. Flohru

    Metasumo 2018

    Thanks, chishafuwaku! In a way this is the most prestigious sumo gaming yusho of all, so I am more than happy to win it for a second time. I was pretty confident with my team and I am actually surprised that only two of them managed to end up as group leader in the end (though all of them came pretty close). Thank you Pandaazuma, Norizo, ScreechingOwl, chishafuwaku (again), Tenshinhan, Metzinowaka, Kintamayama and McBugger!
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    Ichinojo, 2018 edition!

    That seems to be a pretty harsh judgement considering that 2018 was easily Ichinojo's best year with regard to both consistency and rank. Full respect to everyone predicting 4 or 5 KK by a sanyaku-ranked Ichinojo with this 2017 track record Jan: M13W 11-4 Mar: M7e 6-9 May: M9e 8-7 Jul: M6E 7-8 Sep: M6e 8-7 Nov: M4W 10-5