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Jakusotsu    1,521

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

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Doitsuyama    934
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    192

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    8,122
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    8,122

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    1,521
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    568
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    8,122

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    59
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    295
On 7/20/2017 at 16:37, Katooshu said:

Tomokaze was a collegiate rikishi at Nippon Sports Science University.

 

 

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Bumpkin    192

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

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Katooshu    295

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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