Many reactions after my initial post.
First of all , I have no problems with the Doitsuyama rule , it's part of the game , it's part of the fun.
I was just a little bit sad at the moment because I was in good position to try to get the Yusho. It rarely happened in this game , only one Yushô 15 years ago in my memory.
But a few minutes later it was over. As a veteran player , I know since many years that winning or losing is largely part of luck. Some days you have , some others you don't. It helps to keep a good dose of humility. For my part I always tried to play seriously without taking myself seriously. Sometimes it works , most of the time it doesn't work. The most important is to still have some fun after all these years.
We owe it to the people who run the games for so many years.
A big thanks to all of them once again.