Nantonoyama

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About Nantonoyama

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    Liguria / Tuscany, Italy

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  1. Nantonoyama

    Osunaarashi scandal

    Haha not quite the same Eid I'm afraid
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    Latest kabu-babu changes

    That pretty much looks like intai is approaching fast for Ikioi
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    Games Bugs

    Congrats Bill for the yusho! Been denied an ozeki promotion over a mono-ii, my fate was being Tochinoshin-ed It's amazing I'm having my best year ever as a sumo gamer (8th in the standings) and yet to win a single yusho this year (is there a special prize for that?)
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    Games Bugs

    And what if we don't update the final results?
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    Juryo Promotions for 2019 Aki

    I guess they considered that those two bouts (Arawashi vs Kaisho and Kotonowaka vs Wakamotoharu) were direct exchange bouts. There is no other reason I can see for a Ms4w at 4-3 is ranked in front of a Ms5w at 5-2.
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    Nagoya 2019 Discussion (here be spoilers)

    There is no doubt Izutsu owns his kabu. The only case the "Owner" column is filled is when the "Holder" column is either "vacant" or another rikishi (loan). In all other cases, the holder is obviously also the owner.
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    Nagoya 2019 Discussion (here be spoilers)

    ? Natsu 2019 Ichinojo (4-7-3) vs Myogiryu (6-8) Kyushu 2018 Kagayaki (4-10) vs Ichinojo (6-8) Only in the last 6 tournaments. In both cases sanyaku vs maegashira. In both case an alternative with other sanyaku vs maegashira, both kachi-koshi, was available.
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    Aminishiki injured/ Intai

    What an amazing career he had. Congratulations Aminishiki. And hail Ajigawa!
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    Women mount dohyo during emergency at jungyo

    Oh really?
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    Banzuke for Nagoya 2019

    I am having a hard time in trying to understand the banzuke making patterns that were in force at that time. As anyone a clue? (I am sure some of you do)
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    Banzuke for Nagoya 2019

    I am not talking absolute-wise but relative-wise. I agree Takagenki rank is in line with his record and previous occurrences (whatever that means). Kotoeko got a massive overpromotion (which sometimes happens with some luck). I just wanted to point out that a rikishi only 3 ranks higher highly benefited from the division gap (worthing circa 3 full wins in this case)
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    Banzuke for Nagoya 2019

    The Asanoyama case is surprising, indeed, but what surprises me way more is that Daishoho (M16e, 9-6) and Kotoeko (M15w, 8-7) are ranked ahead of Takagenki (J2e, 13-2)...
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    Takakeisho injury update

    He seems to receive proper advice from professionals and have a long-term approach of his career. It is healthier on many grounds, even if it could cost him his rank for Aki.
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    2019 Natsu - Kimarite Statistics

    Hmm thinking about it, it might be the kimarite era, from the last reformation, so 2001 or so. Am I right?
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    2019 Natsu - Kimarite Statistics

    Thank you for this kimarite post, always very interesting. But I guess here you meant from the beginning of Heisei, unless you considered another type of era... And I wonder... Since those low yoritaoshi/oshitaoshi rates are linked with a yokiriki/oshidashi high, what could that mean bout-wise... a "cleaner" sumo?