mbovo

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  1. Abema TV sumo 2018 all basho live

    Same here, been trying on an Android box with no luck. Maybe if you set up VPN for your router but it would only work at home.
  2. Videos Natsu 2018 - Days 1-15

    Awesome vids of HaSixties ;) If we ever wanna form a Sumo fan band, we surely have a bassist/vocalist and I'll apply for guitarist/vocalist :)
  3. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    I would love to but I'm not sure my bosses would appreciate it :D
  4. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    Let's just say it's not as good in the morning before going to work than in the afternoon or evening after work :)
  5. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    I'm with you, I like to sit back and enjoy the action. Of course, for me, it's coffee instead of beer due to my time-zone :)
  6. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    A bit of a pointless argument, if someone manages to win two Yusho in 3 tries it means he's more than capable of making it to at least Ozeki, if he stays relatively injury-free.
  7. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    Exactly what I suspected so I'd go with a Yusho even if (for some impossible reason) it had meant no promotion for him.
  8. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    Hard to imagine he wins the tournament but doesn't get promoted. Anyway, I think if he had the chance he would have swapped a win or two from March for his defeats in May, and that way he would still be promoted, having won two Yushos in 3 tournaments which is something very very few can achieve from Sekiwake or lower (if indeed it has ever happened).
  9. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    Easy answer: Yusho as it would have autamatically meant Ozeki promotion :)
  10. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    Nothing wrong at my end to solve, each day my software stays "green", almost never drops a single frame and as I keep the site open to monitor things it doesn't freeze either. I guess I have a stable connection and obviously I am close to the server twitch is automatically using when I stream. I can imagine using any European VPN would solve the problem for overseas viewers assuming their ISP provides a decent and stable connection in the first place.
  11. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    Your suggestion is a possibility although I think twitch is pretty stable and it's not the first time it's happened with Tochinoshin's bouts. I've seen it a few times this Basho but this was just too big a difference in numbers...
  12. Basho Talk Natsu 2018 (SPOILERS)

    A pretty weird thing happened on my channel today. Well over 450 viewers during Tochi vs Kak and ONLY around 400 for Hak vs Ichi. I mean sure, I understand Tochi's very popular and all but still. Who switches off a stream before the last - Yokozuna - bout of the day? I suspect a bunch of Georgians who know next to nothing and give zero f*ck about Sumo and are only interested in their national hero. Funny and sad at the same time.
  13. Live Streaming - Natsu 18

    No Sumo on BS1 this weekend either so only NHK G. At the minute their EPG says it starts at 3:30PM JST on Saturday and only at 4PM JST on Sunday (when everything is half an hour early because of all the ceremonies and possible play-offs) although after what happened today, I say let's wait and see.
  14. Live Streaming - Natsu 18

    Looks like no Sumo on BS 1 this weekend so I'll start at about 4PM JST both days with Makunouchi action.
  15. Live Streaming - Natsu 18

    I run my stream on Twitch and they offer an app to their users.