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Jakusotsu    1,577

...just like [-1] denotes a fusen win.

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Doitsuyama    958
5 hours ago, Asashosakari said:

The match counter for the Hakuho-Harumafuji H2H apparently got corrupted a while ago. After Kyushu 2013 it was correctly listed as 27[+1]-16[+1], but after their next meeting in Haru 2014 it was 27[+1]-18[+1] somehow. Harumafuji's total has been 1 too high ever since.

Thanks, corrected.

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Bumpkin    214

Regarding Goeido's record for Natsu 2008. He has an absence [-] listed for Day 12, which is incorrect. It was a loss. He finished 8-7.

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Asashosakari    8,618
Posted (edited)

Yago has a wrong given name reading on the Japanese side of the data (Daiki instead of Takanori).

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Asashosakari    8,618

1910.06 - I could be completely missing something here, but Takamiyama being co-credited for the jun-yusho isn't right, is it?

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Jakusotsu    1,577
28 minutes ago, dada78641 said:

Should be a fumidashi win for Baruto instead.

Er, no. Baruto's foot was out first.

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rhyen    686
29 minutes ago, dada78641 said:

Something I noticed randomly. In http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Results.aspx?b=200609&d=9 - Ama vs Baruto is given as a win for Ama, but the video shows him stepping out first. Should be a fumidashi win for Baruto instead.

Yeah, Baruto left foot went over the straw bale when he tried to escape from the leg trip and tried to pivot Ama. 

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Asashosakari    8,618

And another jun-yusho question:

1922.05 - isn't Tochigiyama also in a jun-yusho position here? He's got the same W-L differential as Asogatake. Compare 1910.01 which also has two jun-yusho rikishi listed with the same W-L but different draws and absences.

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dada78641    112
22 hours ago, Jakusotsu said:

Er, no. Baruto's foot was out first.

My bad. I didn't see that at all. Now I realize it.

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Katooshu    334
On 7/20/2017 at 16:37, Katooshu said:

Tomokaze was a collegiate rikishi at Nippon Sports Science University.

 

 

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Bumpkin    214

Why did Tomokaze have to start at the bottom in Maezumo, rather than receive a Sandanme tsukedashi?

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Katooshu    334
Posted (edited)

In his last year he didnt meet the requirement (top 8 in one of the 4 designated  tournaments). He did finish top 16 at the All Japan Amateur Championship though, meaning he was just 1 win away (Soichiro Kurokawa beat him in the round of 16). 

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Doitsuyama    958
On 21.7.2017 at 01:37, Katooshu said:

Tomokaze was a collegiate rikishi at Nippon Sports Science University.

 

Done.

On 21.8.2017 at 14:17, WAKATAKE said:

Found this while doing other work:

http://sumodb.sumogames.de/Rikishi_basho.aspx?r=2919&b=200803

Daishowaka's hoshitori doesn't seem to have been inputted correctly for Haru 2008, as he is missing one kuroboshi from his hoshitorihyo.

Corrected, thanks.

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Bumpkin    214

Sd92e Furanshisu (Phillipines) does not have a color for being a foreigner. 

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Asashosakari    8,618
On 24.3.2017 at 15:43, Doitsuyama said:
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.

I ran into the same thing again (I think that's the only remaining case): Haru 1974 has Masudayama beating himself and Nomura missing a loss on Day 11.

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Asashosakari    8,618

Juryo Wakasoryu is listed as having faced a jonidan rikishi for 1977.05 Day 13 - I think the correct opponent is supposed to be Chiyonishiki from makushita, who's missing his result for that day.

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McBugger    448

Not sure if this is intentional, but if you click on the record of a rikishi on the "All yusho winners" page, you are redirected to day 16 of the basho in which he got that record, rather than the summary of his bouts, which is what one is likely looking for when clicking on a yusho winner's record.

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Asashosakari    8,618

I think that's semi-intentional - it used to be that the yusho winner records were only linked to something (namely the Day 16 page) if they won the yusho in a playoff, otherwise the record stood on its own. I don't know when or why it became a general linky thing.

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Doitsuyama    958
On 16.9.2017 at 18:09, Asashosakari said:

Juryo Wakasoryu is listed as having faced a jonidan rikishi for 1977.05 Day 13 - I think the correct opponent is supposed to be Chiyonishiki from makushita, who's missing his result for that day.

Not sure how that happened. Looks like it was once correct as h2h and basho record were correct, only the rikishi id was wrong here.

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Doitsuyama    958
19 hours ago, McBugger said:

Not sure if this is intentional, but if you click on the record of a rikishi on the "All yusho winners" page, you are redirected to day 16 of the basho in which he got that record, rather than the summary of his bouts, which is what one is likely looking for when clicking on a yusho winner's record.

It's like Asashosakari said. Fixed.

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