Sign in to follow this  
Itachi

Sandanme Game

Recommended Posts

Welcome to another round of the Sandanme Game. Our 5th tournament!

I will be collecting your picks anytime you have them ready to send in. The best way is to send them to my primary email address: nmatsuo@shaw.ca

For those who have not been following along, here is a link to the previous basho of the Sandanme Game.

http://www.sumoforum.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=11685

Here is how the game works ...

Pick 15 Sandanme riksihi.

I have divided the division into 15 groups (15 is a useful number in sumogames)

The top half of Sandanme is divided into 10 groups - Sd 1-5, Sd 6-10 etc.

The lower half of Sandanme is divided into 5 groups - Sd 51-60, Sd 61-70 etc.

Pick one rikishi from each group and send them to me at nmatsuo@shaw.ca

Scoring

You earn .1 point for each win by your rikishi.

You earn .1 point for each kachikoshi rikishi.

You earn .1 point for each rikishi who leads his group.

With 15 rikishi, you could earn up to 13.5 points. We want scores out of 15 for nice win-loss results.

The extra 1.5 points are based on the sandame yusho winning score.

If you have the yusho winner you get the full 1.5

If you have a rikishi with as many wins as the yusho winner (a playoff match loser) you get 1.0 points.

If you have a rikishi with one win less than the yusho winner you earn 0.5 points.

Drones

Unless there are 15 7-0 rikishi, it is not possible to get 15 points - the best possible team is represented by the drone Mirai who knows the future and picks the best possible lineup. Our scores will be adjusted at the end of the tournament so that Mirai's score will round to 15-0.

The drone Genzai will select the most popular rikishi from each group. Genzai's selections will not be known until all entries are in.

The drone Mukashi selects the rikishi who had the best records last tournament or beyond if there is a tie. I will post Mukashi's selections soon (or check Mirai's picks in the previous basho thread).

Mirai always has the best record but is not eligible to win the yusho.

I look forward to receiving your selections.

Itachi

Edited by Itachi

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Banzuke Natsu 2007

East

Yokozuna

1

Mirai

YE (15-0)

West

East

Sekiwake

1

Doitsuyama

S1E (9-6)

West

Sekiwake

1

Randomitsuki

K1E (9-6)

East

Sekiwake

2

Yubiquitoyama

S2E (8-7)

West

East

Komusubi

1

Asashosakari

K2E (8-7)

West

Komusubi

1

Fay

M2E (9-6)

East

Komusubi

2

Profomisakari

K2W (7-8)

West

Komusubi

2

Genzai

S1W (6-9)

East

Maegashira

1

Kintamayama

M5E (9-6)

West

Maegashira

1

Kotononami

M4E (8-7)

East

Maegashira

2

Oshirokita

M4W (8-7)

West

Maegashira

2

Torideyama

M2W (7-8)

East

Maegashira

3

Mukashi

M3E (7-8)

West

Maegashira

3

Aderechelseamaru

M3W (7-8)

East

Maegashira

4

Sekihiryu

M1E (6-9)

West

Maegashira

4

Tamanaogijima

M1W (6-9)

East

Maegashira

5

Itachi

K1W (5-10)

West

Maegashira

5

Kachitaikai

M10W (8-7)

East

Maegashira

6

Ganzohnesushi

M6E (7-8)

West

Maegashira

6

Zeokage

M6W (7-8)

East

Maegashira

7

Shiyonofuji

M7E (7-8)

West

Maegashira

7

Neko

M7W (7-8)

East

Maegashira

8

Imumaru

M8E (7-8)

West

Maegashira

8

Holleshoryu

M5W (6-9)

East

Maegashira

9

Vikanohara

M9E (7-8)

West

Maegashira

9

Susanoo

M9W (7-8)

East

Maegashira

10

Wolfgangho

M8W (kyujo)

West

Maegashira

10

Senpai

M10E (kyujo)

Here is the Natsu 2007 banzuke for this game. 7-8 was the median score and most 7-8 records didn't move at all. Sometimes, 8wins or 6 wins had to make big jumps to get around huge blocks of stationary 7 winners and so we have the banzuke I present to you. No one has complained about my banzuke making yet but I recognize that I may not have done a perfect job of it. On another subject, I used to complain that I was winning at my own game too often. I promise you that I did not lose on purpose last time! While I'm pleased to have others out do me for a change, I was not happy to be last in the game I designed. I think it was a bit of an odd tournament and so I expect to succeed this time without altering my selection methods significantly. Let's see if I can regain some of my credibility as a lower division fan.I haven't finished setting up the new spreadsheet for inputting your entries yet but I have a freash folder for collecting your picks so please feel free to send them in!I have also merged Doitsuyama's banzuke data (with height, weight, and age) with the previous basho records (from scgroup.com/sumo) to generate a current banzuke with 5 basho of records for each rikishi. If you are delaying making your picks until scgroup updates for the current banzuke, then email me a request for my updated records (for all 6 divisions) and I'll send it to you. There may be a few errors (I've found a couple) but you could help me by letting me know when you find one.We had two rikishi absent last tournament (for the first time ever) and one new entry so we had one fewer participants for the first reduction in Sandanme Game history. Will any of the missing return? Will the rest of you continue to perservere? Will new friends join us? I can't wait to find out. Good luck with your preparations. Send your email to nmatsuo@shaw.ca as this makes it easier for me to archive your messages and reply. Some of you reach me via sumoforum personal messages which if fine but not as convenient.I'll now get to work on determining Mukashi's entry to share with you.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Mukashi's picks Natsu 07

group

Rikishi

Sd 1-5

Masutoo

Sd 6-10

Fujimoto

Sd 11-15

Kitazono

Sd 16-20

Tochihiryu

Sd 21-25

Hitachigo

Sd 26-30

Musoketsu

Sd 31-35

Murayoshi

Sd36-40

Yutsukasa

Sd 41-45

Shunba

Sd 46-50

Tenroku

Sd 51-60

Tanno

Sd 61-70

Hanasegawa

Sd 71-80

Kyokuyuzan

Sd 81-90

Katsunofuji

Sd 91-100

Tsubasaumi

I just noticed that I had prepared Mukashi's picks in April but I hadn't posted them here for you - sorry. Here they are.For those new to the game, Mukashi is the drone who selects the rikishi who had the best record last tournament. In the event of a tie, Mukashi looks at the previous tournament and then the one before that, etc.Thanks for your entries, those of you who have already sent them in. I will try to send confirmation emails to you tonight.As for the kyujo warnings and suggested replacements, I anticipate being a bit too busy to verify everyone's lineup in time to send warnings for you to replace kyujo rikishi. If I have time to do it, I will, but please check your own lineups for kyujo rikishi as the kyujo announcements come out.The policy for this game has been to allow replacements so long as none of the rikishi involved in the switch have had a match. This means you could still replace after day 1 with rikishi who don't enter the dohyo until day 2.If there is no communication from you about a preference, I will replace kyujo rikishi with Mukashi's choice. Good luck with your selections!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I have now sent confirmations to all those who have sent in their entries.

There are 10 human players in so far and last tournament, there were only 10 in until the last two days so we might expect our participation to remain stable at around 23-25 non-drones.

In so far are these fine individuals in order of entry receipt:

Itachi

Profomisakari

Fay

Torideyama

Kintamayama

Holleshoryu

Ganzohnesushi

Neko

Imumaru

Kachitakai

Mukashi the drone has already has its picks established. Mirai's will be revealed as the tournament progresses and the drone Genzai must wait for the last of the human player picks to be entered.

So far only one of you has accepted my offer of a spreadsheet with current rankings, vital statistics a la Doitsuyama, and previous tournament records combined to assist in the selection process. My enhanced banzuke file includes all 6 divisions, all 749 active rikishi but may contain some errors due to variations in shikona spelling.

If you need such a resource to help organize your selection process, feel free to request the xl file by sending me an email to nmatsuo@shaw.ca

If you use my file, please let me know of any errors I may have missed so I can improve it for next tournament.

Thanks for all your support,

Itachi

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Oh, that's great, I have one of the good performers in my list, that's more than I have usually :-).

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

i think i neglected my sumo gaming this time ....

i have to get concentrated right away.

and that excel file sounds interesting .. please gimme gimme :-)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Well, my entries are in for this interesting game, and so far no one's make-koshi, or even kyujo for a change!

I thought the choices this time were really, to quote the bard, "tough, tough, tough, tough, tough, tough!"

I wonder if others agree.

I've also noticed that you either win or lose in sumo, usually, and there are rarely ties, and in the end, you either go up or down. Doh. But then there are those lucky guys in Jonokuchi, who go make-koshi but get promoted to Jonidan anyway! Kotookuda and Wakanofuji, for instance. Even better: Wakahizen, Morikawa, Akinosato, and Iwanaga. Check 'em out. I would be very interested to listen to them describing their ambitions.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

some brackets were pretty tough indeed.

maybe we'll have more diverse picks this way and have a more interesting Yusho race.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Selection Stats Natsu 07 - Genzai's picks

group

number taken

Rikishi

popularity

Sd 1-5

7

Masutoo

15

Sd 6-10

6

Fujimoto

10

Sd 11-15

8

Kitazono

10

Sd 16-20

7

Tochihiryu

13

Sd 21-25

8

Hitachigo

9

Sd 26-30

7

Takaazuma

8

Sd 31-35

8

Mouri

7

Sd36-40

8

Yutsukasa

8

Sd 41-45

7

Dewahikari

6

Sd 46-50

9

Wakarikido

8

Sd 51-60

10

Takahama

6

Sd 61-70

8

Tetsuhikari

15

Sd 71-80

9

Kaisei

9

Sd 81-90

9

Katsunofuji

15

Sd 91-100

13

Shima

7

Thanks to everyone for competing with us. We have three new players - welcome to the Sandanme Game. Altogether, I received submissions from 25 human players. One asked for kosho status and the other 24 selected a team. Just one player from last tournament did not respond as of today's matches so our population is fairly stable. With the three drones, we will have 27 players this time.The table above represents our collective picks. Genzai is the drone that picks the most popular rikishi. There was a tie in the 41-45 group and Genzai selected Dewahikari over Shunba because the drone Mukashi was one of Shunba's supporters so Dewahikari was more popular amongst human players.The 46-50 group must have been tough despite the fact that there was a clear favorite because 9 of the 10 rikishi in that group were selected by someone. Only Yoshinokuni went unselected. Could it be the fact he weighs only 83 kg? Shunba weighs only 6 kg more and is 8cm shorter (as per Doitsuyama's stats which may be almost a year old) and he was tied for most popular in the group above ...I have been unable to get an email through to Holleshoryu to suggest a kyujo replacement so Mukashi's pick was awarded. If Holle-zeki reads this, Asahibenten must be replaced and Masutoo is the default. You could pick someone who hasn't fought yet instead but once tomorrow's bouts start, that option will be gone and Masutoo will be yours.The new players are Abudisake, Hidariashiyama, and Takanorappa. Once again, welcome to the game.Good luck to everyone and I hope you enjoy the tournament win or lose.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I have a bit of work to do before I can post the daily standings as some cell references seem to have been shifted during the process of setting up the current file. It being Mother's Day, I may not get it finished as soon as I would like.

Happy Mother's Day to any of you who are mother's and to the mother's of all of us.

There was one Sandanme rikishi who didn't appear for his day 1 match and two of us had selected him.

Tokinoumi may be kyujo - we'll have to see if there is an announcement or if he returns for his 2nd bout.

If he is kyujo, the policy here has been to allow replacements who have not had a bout or else to just assign the default pick - Mukashi's pick. In this case, Mukashi's pick, Hitachigo, has lost. This will still be the default pick unless I hear a request for an acceptable replacement (or a request to keep Tokinoumi) from the players.

Zeokage and shindeshi Hidariashiyama are the affected players.

If I hear nothing from them, I will assign Hitachigo to their teams once it is clear that Tokinoumi is to be absent from the tournament.

They may choose to keep Tokinoumi or to replace him with a rikishi who hasn't had a bout but they may not wait to see if Hitachigo loses again before notifying us!

Good luck on day 2.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 1 Results

shikona

wins

losses

wins/15

Mirai

15

0

15

Susanoo

6

1

12.86

Abudisake

5

2

10.71

Randomitsuki

7

3

10.5

Genzai

7

3

10.5

Asashosakari

6

3

10

Neko

5

3

9.38

Kotononami

4

3

8.57

Doitsuyama

4

3

8.57

Vikanohara

4

3

8.57

Mukashi

5

4

8.33

Zeokage

5

4

8.33

Itachi

4

4

7.5

Fay

5

5

7.5

Imumaru

3

3

7.5

Ganzohnesushi

4

4

7.5

Shiyonofuji

3

3

7.5

Hidariashiyama

5

6

6.82

Takanorappa

4

5

6.67

Tamanaogijima

3

4

6.43

Kintamayama

3

4

6.43

Oshirokita

4

6

6

Kachitakai

4

6

6

Torideyama

2

4

5

Profomisakari

2

5

4.29

Holleshoryu

1

8

1.67

Aderechelseamaru

1

8

1.67

Here are the results from Day 1.For those who are keeping score at home, please inform me if you believe I've made an error. Tokinoumi has not been replaced yet pending confirmation of kyujo status.Good luck on day 2 (I know it's already in progress).

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

hahahaha ... dead last !!!!!

hahahaha... 1-8 !!!!!

i am killing me sometimes.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
hahahaha ... dead last !!!!!

hahahaha... 1-8 !!!!!

i am killing me sometimes.

Well, if I factor in the inevitable replacement for Tokinoumi, Hitachiyama, then Holleshoryu would have been 1-9. I want to wait and see if Tokinoumi is kyujo and not just tardy before I enforce that change though.

Mukashi is doing ok so far and Genzai is right up there with 7-3 so the trick this time was to go for the obvious picks (on the other hand, it's only day 1).

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 2 Results

shikona

wins

losses

wins/15

Mirai

15

0

15

Randomitsuki

11

4

11

Susanoo

11

4

11

Shiyonofuji

11

4

11

Genzai

11

4

11

Imumaru

10

5

10

Asashosakari

10

5

10

Zeokage

10

5

10

Kintamayama

10

5

10

Fay

9

6

9

Tamanaogijima

9

6

9

Doitsuyama

9

6

9

Abudisake

9

6

9

Mukashi

8

7

8

Itachi

8

7

8

Kotononami

8

7

8

Neko

8

7

8

Oshirokita

8

7

8

Takanorappa

8

7

8

Profomisakari

7

8

7

Ganzohnesushi

7

8

7

Kachitakai

7

8

7

Torideyama

6

9

6

Vikanohara

6

9

6

Hidariashiyama

6

9

6

Holleshoryu

4

11

4

Aderechelseamaru

3

12

3

Well there are three tied with Genzai with 11-4 records and a share of the lead, Randomitsuki, Susanoo, and Shiyonofuji.Aderechelseamaru still finds himself at the bottom but he will have company if Tokinoumi is truly kyujo. If Tokinoumi appears for his second bout, he stays in the game, otherwise, I'll consider him kyujo and make the default replacements.Last night, three other Sandanme rikishi failed to appear. Why don't these guys just send in a kyujo notice? Can there be this many who get lost on their way to the hanamichi?Kihaku was selected by Neko so there may be a replacement there with Mukashi's selection for the Sd61-70 group.Saito was selected by Takanorappa and may be replaced by Mukashi's Sd 36-40 pick. No one had selected Shinzan so that one won't affect this game.It is too late to make alternate selections but the players mentioned could declare that they wish to keep the missing rikishi and hope for a return. Hearing nothing, I'll make the changes once missing becomes kyujo.Good luck on day 3.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 3 Results

shikona

wins

losses

wins/15

Mirai

27

0

15

Randomitsuki

16

4

12

Shiyonofuji

17

5

11.59

Fay

17

6

11.09

Genzai

16

6

10.91

Kintamayama

18

7

10.8

Susanoo

16

7

10.43

Imumaru

16

8

10

Asashosakari

16

8

10

Itachi

17

9

9.81

Doitsuyama

14

8

9.55

Tamanaogijima

14

9

9.13

Zeokage

14

9

9.13

Abudisake

12

8

9

Oshirokita

14

10

8.75

Ganzohnesushi

10

9

7.89

Neko

11

11

7.5

Mukashi

11

12

7.17

Hidariashiyama

11

12

7.17

Kotononami

10

11

7.14

Profomisakari

11

13

6.88

Takanorappa

10

12

6.82

Kachitakai

10

13

6.52

Torideyama

11

16

6.11

Vikanohara

8

15

5.22

Holleshoryu

7

14

5

Aderechelseamaru

5

15

3.75

Not much time for comment today - congratulations to Randomitsuki for pulling into the lead.Good luck on day 4.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 4 Results

shikona

wins

losses

wins/15

Mirai

30

0

15

Randomitsuki

24

6

12

Shiyonofuji

23

7

11.5

Fay

21

9

10.5

Asashosakari

21

9

10.5

Genzai

21

9

10.5

Itachi

20

10

10

Zeokage

20

10

10

Doitsuyama

19

11

9.5

Kintamayama

19

11

9.5

Susanoo

19

11

9.5

Imumaru

18

12

9

Tamanaogijima

17

13

8.5

Oshirokita

17

13

8.5

Ganzohnesushi

17

13

8.5

Abudisake

16

14

8

Takanorappa

16

14

8

Neko

15

15

7.5

Kachitakai

15

15

7.5

Mukashi

14

16

7

Profomisakari

14

16

7

Hidariashiyama

14

16

7

Kotononami

12

18

6

Vikanohara

12

18

6

Torideyama

11

19

5.5

Holleshoryu

10

20

5

Aderechelseamaru

8

22

4

Randomitsuki continues to lead. Genzai continues to do well and Mukashi has more losses than wins. Things appear to be back to normal after an oddly difficult basho last time. Onthe other hand, it's only day 4!I found Tokinoumi, Saito, and Kihaku on the kyujo list at the kyokai site yesterday so they have been replaced by the default Mukashi selection unless I had a response requesting to keep the kyujo rikishi. This morning, there is an anouncement that Tokinoumi plans to return and ultimately, the players who had him replaced may wish they had kept him. Probably, it won't make much difference overall.Good luck on day 5.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 5 Results

shikona

wins

losses

wins/15

Mirai

39

0

15

Randomitsuki

29

8

11.76

Fay

27

10

10.95

Asashosakari

27

12

10.38

Shiyonofuji

26

12

10.26

Itachi

25

12

10.14

Genzai

24

12

10

Susanoo

22

13

9.43

Doitsuyama

21

13

9.26

Tamanaogijima

23

16

8.85

Imumaru

23

16

8.85

Kintamayama

23

16

8.85

Zeokage

22

16

8.68

Oshirokita

21

17

8.29

Ganzohnesushi

21

17

8.29

Kachitakai

19

17

7.92

Hidariashiyama

18

17

7.71

Mukashi

18

18

7.5

Abudisake

19

20

7.31

Takanorappa

18

19

7.3

Profomisakari

16

17

7.27

Neko

17

20

6.89

Vikanohara

16

22

6.32

Kotononami

14

24

5.53

Torideyama

14

24

5.53

Holleshoryu

11

24

4.71

Aderechelseamaru

9

26

3.86

Not much time for comment today.Randomitsuki continues to lead, Genzai continues to do well, and Mukashi is right at the kk line.Good luck on day 6.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 6 Results

shikona

wins

losses

wins/15

Mirai

45

0

15

Randomitsuki

33

12

11

Fay

31

14

10.33

Shiyonofuji

31

14

10.33

Itachi

30

15

10

Asashosakari

30

15

10

Kintamayama

28

17

9.33

Genzai

28

17

9.33

Tamanaogijima

27

18

9

Imumaru

27

18

9

Doitsuyama

27

18

9

Susanoo

27

18

9

Zeokage

26

19

8.67

Takanorappa

24

21

8

Profomisakari

23

22

7.67

Oshirokita

23

22

7.67

Ganzohnesushi

23

22

7.67

Mukashi

22

23

7.33

Neko

22

23

7.33

Kachitakai

22

23

7.33

Abudisake

21

24

7

Hidariashiyama

21

24

7

Vikanohara

20

25

6.67

Holleshoryu

18

27

6

Torideyama

18

27

6

Kotononami

17

28

5.67

Aderechelseamaru

15

30

5

Another quick update for you. Randomitsuki conitnues to lead. Most of us are doing better (or almost as well) than Mukashi as it should be. Aderechelseamaru is having a tournament like the one I had last basho. Keep your chin up!Good luck on day 7. Edited by Itachi

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Ok, from today I will post the expanded results - including kk trending rikishi, group leading rikishi, and yusho race leading rikishi in the overall scores.For most of us, this doesn't change much yet but Susanoo takes a fall for having no 4 win rikishi and only 1 group leading rikishi despite his good overall win/loss record.

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 7 Results

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

Mirai

52

2

14.44

15

15

4

15

15

Randomitsuki

39

14

11.04

11

6

4

15

11.09

Itachi

38

17

10.36

12

3

4

15

10.41

Asashosakari

36

17

10.19

11

4

4

15

10.31

Shiyonofuji

37

17

10.28

12

2

4

15

10.21

Genzai

32

18

9.6

12

3

4

15

9.99

Tamanaogijima

32

19

9.41

10

2

4

15

9.41

Doitsuyama

31

21

8.94

8

5

4

15

9.31

Zeokage

30

21

8.82

9

2

4

15

8.93

Imumaru

29

24

8.21

9

2

4

15

8.59

Ganzohnesushi

26

23

7.96

8

3

4

15

8.47

Profomisakari

28

23

8.24

8

2

4

15

8.45

Takanorappa

26

23

7.96

8

2

4

15

8.31

Oshirokita

26

24

7.8

8

2

4

15

8.22

Fay

34

20

9.44

9

4

3

5

8.04

Kachitakai

25

25

7.5

8

1

4

15

7.9

Kintamayama

32

22

8.89

10

4

3

5

7.89

Hidariashiyama

25

26

7.35

6

1

4

15

7.5

Abudisake

26

27

7.36

5

1

4

15

7.34

Susanoo

31

20

9.12

9

1

3

5

7.34

Vikanohara

24

27

7.06

6

1

4

15

7.34

Mukashi

25

27

7.21

5

1

4

15

7.26

Holleshoryu

22

29

6.47

5

2

4

15

7.02

Kotononami

21

32

5.94

3

2

4

15

6.4

Aderechelseamaru

19

32

5.59

4

2

4

15

6.38

Neko

25

26

7.35

6

0

3

5

5.74

Torideyama

22

28

6.6

6

0

3

5

5.32

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

Randomitsuki continues to lead. The popular rikishi (Genzai) is doing very well. The best rikishi from last time (Mukashi) are struggling at their new ranks.In this game, you get a poor score if you have no rikishi with a better than mediocre record. Neko has almost equal numbers of wins and losses but not one of 15 is keeping up with the best record in their group. Finishing with a team of Kotomitsuki-like 3-4, 4-3 rikishi doesn't impress the scoring formula. Well, not everyone has had their 4th match so things may work themselves out for some of these players. Aderechelseamaru finds his way off the bottom of the standings thanks to Asahisakari's 4th win. Only 5 out of 24 human players selected him over the more popular Yutsukasa (who is 2-1).Good luck on day 8!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 8 Results

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

Mirai

57

3

14.25

15

15

4

15

15

Randomitsuki

43

17

10.75

9

6

4

15

10.74

Itachi

42

18

10.5

11

5

4

15

10.74

Shiyonofuji

41

19

10.25

11

3

4

15

10.29

Asashosakari

40

20

10

10

4

4

15

10.15

Genzai

38

22

9.5

10

5

4

15

10

Tamanaogijima

38

22

9.5

9

4

4

15

9.71

Kintamayama

37

23

9.25

9

4

4

15

9.56

Doitsuyama

36

24

9

8

6

4

15

9.56

Fay

36

24

9

8

3

4

15

9.12

Susanoo

34

26

8.5

7

3

4

15

8.68

Imumaru

32

28

8

7

3

4

15

8.38

Oshirokita

32

28

8

6

3

4

15

8.24

Takanorappa

32

28

8

6

3

4

15

8.24

Ganzohnesushi

31

29

7.75

7

3

4

15

8.24

Profomisakari

31

29

7.75

6

3

4

15

8.09

Zeokage

32

28

8

5

2

4

15

7.94

Hidariashiyama

29

31

7.25

5

2

4

15

7.5

Holleshoryu

28

32

7

5

2

4

15

7.35

Vikanohara

28

32

7

5

2

4

15

7.35

Kachitakai

27

33

6.75

5

2

4

15

7.21

Abudisake

28

32

7

4

1

4

15

7.06

Mukashi

27

33

6.75

4

2

4

15

7.06

Aderechelseamaru

25

35

6.25

4

2

4

15

6.76

Kotononami

22

38

5.5

2

2

4

15

6.03

Torideyama

28

32

7

4

2

3

5

5.74

Neko

28

32

7

4

1

3

5

5.59

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

Well, well, well ... I seem to have caught up to Randomitsuki for a share of the lead. I'm one win behind but two kachikoshi ahead of the banzuke surfing gamemaster. From last to first from one tournament to the next? It seems that it just might happen.Good luck on day 9.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 9 Results

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

Mirai

67

8

13.4

15

15

5

15

15

Itachi

47

22

10.22

12

5

5

15

11.14

Shiyonofuji

45

24

9.78

11

3

5

15

10.43

Randomitsuki

45

25

9.64

9

5

5

15

10.34

Doitsuyama

41

30

8.66

8

7

5

15

9.84

Tamanaogijima

42

28

9

9

4

5

15

9.78

Genzai

41

32

8.42

10

5

5

15

9.67

Kintamayama

40

27

8.96

9

3

5

15

9.61

Fay

40

26

9.09

9

2

5

15

9.56

Susanoo

40

30

8.57

8

4

5

15

9.36

Imumaru

38

32

8.14

8

2

5

15

8.8

Ganzohnesushi

35

34

7.61

7

2

5

15

8.32

Profomisakari

35

35

7.5

7

2

5

15

8.25

Oshirokita

35

37

7.29

7

3

5

15

8.24

Asashosakari

41

28

8.91

10

2

4

5

8.18

Abudisake

35

34

7.61

5

2

5

15

8.04

Zeokage

36

35

7.61

8

2

4

5

7.07

Torideyama

34

37

7.18

7

1

4

5

6.51

Takanorappa

34

38

7.08

6

2

4

5

6.46

Hidariashiyama

32

37

6.96

5

2

4

5

6.2

Neko

31

37

6.84

5

2

4

5

6.12

Kachitakai

31

41

6.46

6

2

4

5

6.04

Vikanohara

29

38

6.49

5

2

4

5

5.88

Holleshoryu

29

41

6.21

5

1

4

5

5.59

Mukashi

28

40

6.18

4

2

4

5

5.55

Aderechelseamaru

26

44

5.57

4

1

4

5

5.03

Kotononami

25

45

5.36

2

2

4

5

4.75

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

As suggested in the previous post, it was not a good night for Asashosakari. Without any 5 win rikishi to stay in the yusho race, Asa-zeki drops to the middle of the pack.My own comeback is coming along better than expected - overnight, I've taken sole possession of the lead from Randomitsuki who now trails Shiyonofuji as well. It seems to be the kachikoshi trending rikishi that are keeping us ahead of the surfmaster.Genzai continues to do well and Mukashi is finding its way to the bottom (though facing a serious challenge from Kotononami for the anti-yusho).Good luck on day 10.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
My own comeback is coming along better than expected - overnight, I've taken sole possession of the lead from Randomitsuki who now trails Shiyonofuji as well. It seems to be the kachikoshi trending rikishi that are keeping us ahead of the surfmaster.

Well, with my rikishi going 2-8 on day 9 it is apparent that the surfmaster trails on many trails, not only on the KK trendsetters' trail...

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 10 Results

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

Mirai

67

8

13.4

15

15

5

15

15

Itachi

51

24

10.2

13

6

5

15

11.38

Shiyonofuji

48

27

9.6

11

5

5

15

10.58

Randomitsuki

47

28

9.4

9

6

5

15

10.31

Tamanaogijima

45

30

9

9

6

5

15

10.04

Doitsuyama

43

32

8.6

9

7

5

15

9.91

Genzai

42

32

8.51

10

6

5

15

9.86

Kintamayama

45

30

9

9

4

5

15

9.78

Fay

44

31

8.8

10

4

5

15

9.78

Susanoo

41

33

8.31

9

4

5

15

9.32

Imumaru

41

34

8.2

9

2

5

15

8.97

Profomisakari

38

37

7.6

8

4

5

15

8.71

Ganzohnesushi

38

37

7.6

8

3

5

15

8.57

Asashosakari

44

31

8.8

10

3

4

5

8.3

Oshirokita

36

39

7.2

7

4

5

15

8.3

Abudisake

37

37

7.5

6

2

5

15

8.1

Zeokage

37

38

7.4

8

3

4

5

7.1

Hidariashiyama

35

39

7.09

8

2

4

5

6.75

Torideyama

35

40

7

8

1

4

5

6.56

Neko

34

40

6.89

6

2

4

5

6.35

Takanorappa

34

40

6.89

6

2

4

5

6.35

Kachitakai

33

42

6.6

6

3

4

5

6.29

Vikanohara

32

42

6.49

6

2

4

5

6.08

Mukashi

30

44

6.08

5

2

4

5

5.67

Holleshoryu

30

45

6

5

2

4

5

5.63

Aderechelseamaru

27

48

5.4

4

2

4

5

5.09

Kotononami

26

48

5.27

2

2

4

5

4.73

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

This will have to go out without much comment today.I'm still leading (in all categories but most group leaders [Doitsuyama]). Of my 15 rikishi, 13 are trending towards kachikoshi which seems unusually high. Lucky me.Good luck to the rest of you on Day 11.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Sandanme Game Natsu 07 Day 11 Results

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

Mirai

75

13

12.78

15

15

6

15

15

Doitsuyama

50

36

8.72

9

6

6

15

10.15

Itachi

57

28

10.06

12

5

5

5

10.1

Kintamayama

50

34

8.93

8

4

6

15

9.92

Shiyonofuji

53

33

9.24

10

6

5

5

9.39

Randomitsuki

52

33

9.18

8

6

5

5

9.08

Tamanaogijima

49

35

8.75

9

5

5

5

8.76

Asashosakari

48

33

8.89

9

4

5

5

8.71

Genzai

47

36

8.49

9

5

5

5

8.57

Fay

47

37

8.39

9

2

5

5

8.12

Susanoo

46

40

8.02

8

2

5

5

7.74

Profomisakari

42

42

7.5

7

3

5

5

7.35

Imumaru

43

39

7.87

6

2

5

5

7.33

Ganzohnesushi

40

41

7.41

7

3

5

5

7.26

Zeokage

42

42

7.5

6

3

5

5

7.22

Oshirokita

41

43

7.32

6

4

5

5

7.22

Hidariashiyama

39

43

7.13

7

1

5

5

6.81

Takanorappa

38

43

7.04

5

2

5

5

6.6

Abudisake

40

43

7.23

4

1

5

5

6.49

Kachitakai

37

47

6.61

5

2

5

5

6.31

Holleshoryu

38

47

6.71

4

2

5

5

6.27

Neko

38

45

6.87

3

1

5

5

6.1

Aderechelseamaru

36

49

6.35

4

2

5

5

6.01

Torideyama

39

46

6.88

6

1

4

0

5.88

Vikanohara

36

44

6.75

5

1

4

0

5.59

Mukashi

34

48

6.22

4

1

4

0

5.11

Kotononami

29

52

5.37

2

2

5

5

5.01

shikona

wins

losses

est. wins/15

kk

group

best

yusho

score

Doitsuyama has taken over the lead!!!The biggest factor seems to be my lack of a 6 win rikishi to keep me in the yusho race. Perhaps one of my 5 win guys will get their 6th tonight to put me back on top.Kintamayama is the only other player with a 6 win rikishi and he moves into third place on the strength of that.Good luck on day 12.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this