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  1. WAKATAKE

    JWS Haru 2019

    Day 12 results: Sokokurai - loss (Flohru, Akogyokuseki) Shimanoumi - loss (Benihana, wolfgangho, Achiyama, Fujisan) Aminishiki - loss (Gansekiiwa, WAKATAKE) Hakuyozan - loss (Jejima) Takagenji - loss (Tenshinhan) chishafuwaku - loss (Akiseyama) And we have a complete BLACKOUT on day 12, which could be the first in game history (will go back and check). The longest streak of the basho is officially 10 by Benihana, with the second longest being 7 by Fujisan. There are still three more days and everyone has a chance to extend their streaks into Natsu if they can win out the last three days.
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    JWS Haru 2019

    Day 12 submissions: Flohru - Sokokurai Benihana - Shimanoumi wolfgangho - Shimanoumi Gansekiiwa - Aminishiki WAKATAKE - Aminishiki Achiyama - Shimanoumi Jejima - Hakuyozan Akogyokuseki - Sokokurai Tenshinhan - Takakgenji chishafuwaku - Akiseyama Fujisan - Shimanoumi Shimanoumi once again gains the most votes based on his run towards the Juryo yusho. Can Benihana extend his streak?
  3. WAKATAKE

    JWS Haru 2019

    Day 11 results: Sokokurai - loss (Flohru) Shimanoumi - win (Benihana, wolfgangho, WAKATAKE, Achiyama, Tenshinhan, Fujisan) Arawashi - loss (Gansekiiwa) Hakuyozan - loss (Jejima) Chiyonoumi - win (Akogyokuseki) Kyokushuho - loss (chishafuwaku) 7 players scored wins, and 6 of them by riding the Shimanoumi train. The Shimanoumi win also gives Benihana his 10th consecutive win and also the tiebreaker criteria needed to gain him the yusho. Congratulations to @Benihana for closing this out so early! He is also the second player in game history to reach a 10+ win streak. Active streaks: 10 - Benihana 6 - WAKATAKE 3 - Tenshinhan 2 - Achiyama 1 - wolfgangho 1 - Akogyokuseki 1 - Fujisan
  4. WAKATAKE

    JWS Haru 2019

    Day 11 submissions: Flohru - Sokokurai Benihana - Shimanoumi wolfgangho - Shimanoumi Gansekiiwa - Arawashi WAKATAKE - Shimanoumi Achiyama - Shimanoumi Jejima - Hakuyozan Akogyokuseki - Chiyonoumi Tenshinhan - Shimanoumi chishafuwaku - Kyokushuho Fuijsan - Shimanoumi And we have a Shimanoumi train with over half the field picking him at 6! A Shimanoumi win will also give Benihana the yusho as he holds the tiebreaker over WAKATAKE, and Flohru can only max out at 9 wins to finish the basho.
  5. WAKATAKE

    JWS Haru 2019

    Day 10 results: Sokokurai - win (Flohru, WAKATAKE) Shimanoumi - win (Benihana, Achiyama) Tsurugisho - loss (wolfgangho) Arawashi - win (Gansekiiwa) Hakuyozan - loss (Jejima) Chiyonoumi - loss (Akogyokuseki) Takanosho - win (Tenshinhan) Kyokushuho - win (chishafuwaku) Enho - loss (Fujisan) 7 players scored wins today as Benihana extends his winning streak to 9 thanks to the efforts of Shimanoumi. Flohru and WAKATAKE still remain in the race for the yusho. Yusho race 9 - Benihana 5 - WAKATAKE 4 - Flohru Active streaks: 9 - Benihana 5 - WAKATAKE 4 - Flohru 2 - Gansekiiwa 2 - Tenshinhan 2 - chishafuwaku 1 - Achiyama
  6. WAKATAKE

    JWS Haru 2019

    Hi everybody, sorry to be posting this so late, but hopefully this will have kept you on the edge of your seats. Day 10 submissions: Flohru - Sokokurai Benihana - Shimanoumi wolfgangho - Tsurugisho Gansekiiwa - Arawashi WAKATAKE - Sokokurai Achiyama - Shimanoumi Jejima - Hakuyozan Akogyokuseki - Chiyonoumi Tenshinhan - Takanosho chishafuwaku - Kyokushuho Fujisan - Enho Shimanoumi and Sokokurai are day 10's top picks with 2 votes each. A loss by WAKATAKE and Flohru would give Benihana the JWS Haru 2019 yusho!
  7. WAKATAKE

    Top 10 Sumo Records Haru 2019 Edition

    Batch 2: Wins Most Career Wins (All-Time) 1. 1120 - Hakuho 2. 1047 - Kaio 3. 1045 - Chiyonofuji 4. 964 - Oshio 5. 951 - Kitanoumi 6. 927 - Kyokutenho 7. 914 - Wakanosato 8. 900 - Aminishiki 9. 872 - Taiho 10. 860 - Terao *Active rikishi with 700+ career wins: 1. 1120 - Hakuho 2. 900 - Aminishiki 3. 778 - Kotoshogiku 4. 743 - Kakuryu Most Makuuchi Wins (All-Time) 1. 1026 - Hakuho 2. 879 - Kaio 3. 807 - Chiyonofuji 4. 804- Kitanoumi 5. 746 - Taiho 6. 714 - Kisenosato 7. 712 - Harumafuji 8. 706 - Musashimaru 9. 701 - Takanohana 10. 697 - Kyokutenho *Active rikishi with 600+ makuuchi wins: 1. 1026 - Hakuho 2. 678 - Aminishiki 3. 669 - Kotoshogiku 4. 603 - Kakuryu (NEW ENTRY) Most Wins in a Calendar Year (90 bouts) 1. 86 - Hakuho (2009) 1. 86 - Hakuho (2010) 3. 84 - Asashoryu (2005) 4. 82 - Kitanoumi (1978) 4. 82 - Hakuho (2013) 6. 81 - Taiho (1963) 6. 81 - Hakuho (2014) 8. 80 - Kitanoumi (1977) 8. 80 - Chiyonofuji (1985) 8. 80 - Takanohana II (1994) 8. 80 - Takanohana II (1995) Most Consecutive Wins (All-Time) 1. 69 - Futabayama (Day 4, Haru 1936~Day 4, Haru 1939) 2. 63 - Tanikaze (October 1777~February 1782) 2. 63 - Hakuho (Day 14, Hatsu 2010~Day 2, Kyushu 2010) 4. 58 - Umegatani I (April 1876~January 1881) 5. 56 - Tachiyama (Day 9, Haru 1912~Day 7, Natsu 1916) 6. 53 - Chiyonofuji (Day 7, Natsu 1988~Day 15, Kyushu 1988) 7. 45 - Taiho (Day 2, Aki 1968~Day 2, Haru 1969) Most Consecutive Wins from Pro Debut (Modern Era) 1. 27 - Jokoryu 2. 26 - Itai 2. 26 - Tokitenkuu 2. 26 - Tochiazuma II 5. 21 - Kototenzan 5. 21 - Enho 7. 20 - Akiseyama 7. 20 - Tsurugisho 9. 19 - Konishiki 9. 19 - Daishoyama 9. 19 - Roho 9. 19 - Sakaizawa 9. 19 - Ishiura *Roga is on a 14 match winning streak as of Hatsu 2019 Most Wins as Yokozuna (All-Time) 1. 832 - Hakuho 2. 670 - Kitanoumi 3. 625 - Chiyonofuji 4. 622 - Taiho 5. 466 - Wajima 6. 463 - Asashoryu 7. 432 - Akebono 8. 429 - Takanohana II 9. 407 - Kashiwado 10. 292 - Tochinishiki *Active Yokozuna: 1. 832 - Hakuho 2. 224 - Kakuryu Most Wins as Ozeki 1. 524 - Kaio 2. 515 - Chiyotaikai 3. 422 - Takanohana I 4. 378 - Hokutenyuu 4. 378 - Kotooshu 6. 353 - Musashimaru 6. 353 - Takanonami 8. 345 - Konishiki 9. 332 - Kisenosato 10. 301 - Yutakayama *Active Ozeki: 1. 233 - Goeido 2. 93 - Takayasu 3. 29 - Tochinoshin *Active former Ozeki: 1. 256 - Kotoshogiku 2. 96 - Terunofuji
  8. And so ends the era known as Heisei. And what a great basho it was. Hakuho asserting his authority as the GOAT, finishing with a perfect 15-0, and Ichinojo keeping him on his toes. There were great performances from the other yokozuna and ozeki also, but unfortunately we have to say goodbye to ozeki Tochinoshin unless he can mount his comeback next basho. But we will be saying hello to ozeki Takakeisho as we get new blood into the top 2 ranks! And so my friends, let us get into Top 10 Sumo Haru 2019! Batch 1: Makuuchi Yusho (since the implementation of the yusho system in 1909) Most Makuuchi Yusho (all time) 1. 42 - Hakuho 2. 32 - Taiho 3. 31 - Chiyonofuji 4. 25 - Asashoryu 5. 24 - Kitanoumi 6. 22 - Takanohana 7. 14 - Wajima 8. 12 - Futabayama 8. 12 - Musashimaru 10. 11 - Akebono *Currently active yusho winners: 1. 42 - Hakuho 2. 5 - Kakuryu 3. 1 - Terunofuji 3. 1 - Kotoshogiku 3. 1 - Goeido 3. 1 - Tochinoshin 3. 1 - Mitakeumi 3. 1 - Takakeisho 3. 1 - Tamawashi Most Makuuchi Zensho (Undefeated) Yusho (all time) 1. 15 - Hakuho 2. 8 - Futabayama 2. 8 - Taiho 4. 7 - Tachiyama 4. 7 - Kitanoumi 4. 7 - Chiyonofuji 7. 6 - Tochigiyama 8. 5 - Asashoryu 9. 4 - Tsunenohana 9. 4 - Haguroyama 9. 4 - Takanohana II *Currently active zensho yusho winners 1. 15 - Hakuho 2. 1 - Goeido Most Consecutive Yusho (all time) 1. 7 - Asashoryu (11/2004~11/2005) 1. 7 - Hakuho (3/2010~5/2011) 3. 6 - Taiho (7/1962~5/1963) 3. 6 - Taiho (3/1966~1/1967) 3. 6 - Hakuho (5/2014~3/2015) 6. 5 - Futabayama (5/1936~5/1938) 6. 5 - Kitanoumi (1/1978~9/1978) 6. 5 - Chiyonofuji (5/1986~1/1987) Most Yusho Ketteisen (playoffs) 1. 10 - Hakuho (6-4) 1. 10 - Takanohana (5-5) 3. 8 - Kitanoumi (3-5) 4. 7 - Akebono (4-3) 4. 7 - Musashimaru (1-6) 6. 6 - Chiyonofuji (6-0) 6. 6 - Asashoryu (5-1) 6. 6 - Taiho (4-2) 9. 5 - Hokutoumi (3-2) 10. 4 - Wajima (3-1) 10. 4 - Takanonami (2-2) 10. 4 - Sadanoyama (1-3) 10. 4 - Wakanohana III (1-3) *Active rikishi who have been in Ketteisen 1. 10 (6-4) - Hakuho 2. 3 (1-2) Kakuryuu 3. 2 (0-2) Terunofuji 4. 1 (1-0) Kisenosato 4. 1 (0-1) Goeido 4. 1 (0-1) Tochiozan 4. 1 (0-1) Toyonoshima Most Makuuchi Yusho (Rikishi who did not make Yokozuna) 1. 5 - Kaio 2. 3 - Shimizugawa, Konishiki, Chiyotaikai, Tochiazuma II 6. 2 - Toyokuni, Masuiyama I, Kaiketsu, Takanohana I, Kotokaze, Hokutenyu, Wakashimazu, Kotonishiki, Takanonami Lowest Makuuchi Yusho Winners (All Time) 1. M17W - Dewaminato (Hatsu 1939, 13-0) 2. M14E - Ryogoku (Natsu 1914, 9-0-1) 2. M14E - Tamanoumi (Kyushu 1957, 15-0) 2. M14E - Takatoriki (Haru 2000, 13-2) 5. M13W - Sadanoyama (Natsu 1961, 12-3) 6. M13E - Kotofuji (Nagoya 1991, 14-1) 7. M12W - Tagaryu (Aki 1984, 13-2) 7. M12W - Kotonishiki (Kyushu 1998, 14-1) 9. M9W - Fujinishiki (Nagoya 1964, 14-1) 10. M9EBS - Asashio (Hatsu 1933, 11-0) Most Juryo Yusho 1. 5 - Masurao 2. 4 - Asanobori, Onishiki, Banryuyama, Hoo, Oginohana II, Wakanosato 8. 3 - Wakanokuni, Oshio, Shishiho, Washuyama, Wakasegawa, Kushimaumi, Daizen, Kinkaiyama, Baruto, Tochinoshin, Toyohibiki, Myogiryu Most Makuuchi Yusho per Heya 1. 52 - Kokonoe 2. 50 - Dewanoumi 3. 45 - Takasago 4. 44 - Miyagino *4 5. 42 - Nishonoseki *1, *4 6. 40 - Futagoyama *2, *4 7. 27 - Hanakago *3 8. 26 - Mihogaseki *3 9. 23 - Tatsunami 10. 14 - Sadogatake *4 *1 - Original incarnation of heya ceased operations, name revived in 2014 incarnation *2 - Became known as Takanohana beya, does not include 2 yusho won by Takahanada, who was in Fujishima beya before Fujishima and Futagoyama merged. No relation to the current Fujishima beya, ceased operations after Aki 2018 *3 - Ceased operations and has not been revived *4 - Actual numbers may vary based on sources. Information kept by the Nihon Sumo Kyokai and numbers that are provided by NHK may be different. For more information please see the links below. Most Jun-Yusho 1. 21 - Hakuho 2. 16 - Kitanoumi 2. 16 - Takanohana II 4. 15 - Kashiwado 5. 14 - Wajima 5. 14 - Wakanohana II 5. 14 - Musashimaru 8. 13 - Akebono 9. 12 - Taiho 9. 12 - Tamanoumi 9. 12 - Kisenosato *Active Rikishi with Jun-Yusho 1. 21 - Hakuho 2. 7 - Goeido 3. 6 - Kakuryu 4. 5 - Toyonoshima 5. 4 - Terunofuji 5. 4 - Tochinoshin 5. 4 - Takayasu 8. 3 - Kotoshogiku 9. 2 - Aminishiki 9. 2 - Kaisei 9. 2 - Takakeisho 9. 2 - Ichinojo 13. 1 - Aoiyama, Endo, Gagamaru, Hokutofuji, Ikioi, Shohozan, Sokokurai, Takarafuji, Tamawashi, Tochiozan, Tokushoryu, Toyohibiki, Yoshikaze, Yutakayama Fastest Makuuchi Yusho from Pro Debut (Makushita Tsukedashi) 1. 15 - Wajima (1/1970~5/1972) 2. 16 - Kotomitsuki (3/1999~9/2001) 3. 21 - Dejima (3/1996~7/1999) 3. 21 - Mitakeumi (3/2015~7/2018)
  9. WAKATAKE

    Haru Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    It's getting pretty suspenseful seeing that they're not releasing the sansho list yet. There's a whole field of candidates to choose from
  10. WAKATAKE

    Haru Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    These are well calculated to throw his opponents off. It catches them off guard and they have to rethink their game against him
  11. WAKATAKE

    Haru Basho 2019 Discussion [SPOILERS]

    And that my friends concludes the Haru 2019 edition of Takakeisho’s run. We’ll have to see how he does in May!
  12. WAKATAKE

    Break The Curse (The Nigate Game) Haru 2019

    Can you please confirm my submission?
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    Guess Kisenosato's Aite (M1W Endo) March 2019

    Lol I completely blanked that I already submitted a pick
  14. WAKATAKE

    DJOSG 3rd Edition

    14 Aminishiki Chiyomaru Shimanoumi Hidenoumi Akiseyama Enho Kiribayama Arawashi Wakamotoharu