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Sumo Reference Updates

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13 hours ago, Sakura said:

It works just using S.

Thank you.

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9 hours ago, Asashosakari said:

According to the new banzuke topics and backed up by his ja.wiki article, ozeki Kotogahama did not move from Nishonoseki-beya to Sadogatake-beya when the latter was opened in 1955.09 (as the DB currently indicates), but only did so from 1958.11.

Fixed.

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The sumo database is very slow today. Does anyone else have this problem?

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9 minutes ago, orandashoho said:

The sumo database is very slow today. Does anyone else have this problem?

No problem here.

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It has become faster now. I guess it was just a glut on the line.

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A couple of yasumi-related problems still persist in the Aki 2016 results, namely with Miura (should be 1-1-5) and Daishoko (should be 3-3-1).

A quick look around for similar issues also brought up a couple of cases from the 1980s, namely Tochiizumi 1986.05, and Maenoarashi and Oishida both 1987.05.

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Found an issue with the Kabu.  Take a look at the current list and you will note that Tatsunami Ichimon still exists as the Ichimon name.  Should it not now be Isegahama ichimon, especially since Tatsunami is now part of Takanohana Ichimon?

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no yusho portrait for Nagoya 2009

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On 10.2.2017 at 23:04, PawnSums said:

no yusho portrait for Nagoya 2009

Well, if you can give me a picture, I will add it. Seems not to be available in the mainichi shop now, but maybe it's to be found somewhere else.

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6 hours ago, Doitsuyama said:

Well, if you can give me a picture, I will add it. Seems not to be available in the mainichi shop now, but maybe it's to be found somewhere else.

I have a very small picture, on an unrelated note (but still about sumo pictures) I do have a picture for Minanogawa

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Raiden's Real Name is listed as #, but on Wikipedia he is Seki Tarokichi.

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For Kyushu 1974, Takanohana I And Wakamisugi have Jun-Yusho While Kitanoumi Has Yusho-Doten

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On 17.2.2017 at 15:30, PawnSums said:

For Kyushu 1974, Takanohana I And Wakamisugi have Jun-Yusho While Kitanoumi Has Yusho-Doten

Well spotted, I corrected this now.

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5 minutes ago, Asashosakari said:

This is an odd one. B-) Back in 1978.03, tsukedashi starter Makino is listed as having lost to himself on Day 3. Apparently the winner of that bout was the other tsukedashi Nagaoka who is currently missing his match for that day.

Yes, but he also beat himself so it equals out. :-)

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On 11.3.2017 at 17:06, Asashosakari said:

This is an odd one. B-) Back in 1978.03, tsukedashi starter Makino is listed as having lost to himself on Day 3. Apparently the winner of that bout was the other tsukedashi Nagaoka who is currently missing his match for that day.

Must have been a bug in my Excel script which generated the bouts from the torikumi tables... thanks as usual for catching the error, should be corrected now.

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