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Day 12 lower division results

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It looks like there won't be too many more open slots in juryo with only Jumonji and Hoshikaze needing a 2-1 on the final three days (and three more needing one win), but the torikumi makers are trying anyway putting 3-3 Kurosawa and Kanbayashi against those two most endangered sekitori.

Aoki lost another one, making this the first basho in his career with more than one loss, as Matsutani beat him with uwatenage to move up to the top five ranks again. Kotoyutaka suffered a crushing 4-11 in juryo last basho, but did recover sufficiently to get the kachi-koshi at the Ms8e rank already, beating Takateru. Czech Takanoyama beat talented Ryuden to avoid make-koshi and possibly return into the top five ranks with another win. Other rikishi improving to 5-1 today are collegiate Takarafuji and Hakiai, and 19 years old Kairyu in a highly successful makushita debut.

Tochitenko still is going strong at 42 years, moving to 6-0 in sandanme, and with another win he could enjoy a 119th makushita basho at the age of 43 years. Sadanishiki also won to join Hitachigo for the 6-0 leader group. Terashita and Karatsuumi won today to join Fujinohana at 6-0 in jonidan, making the jonidan yusho an uphill battle for the half-American. Ex-sandanme Kozan won against Igarashi and is the sole jonokuchi rikishi at 6-0.

Jonokuchi

Jk28w  Kohiyama (4-2)	  oshitaoshi	 Jk21e  Kasachikara (2-4)
Jk26e  Hayashi (3-3)	   oshidashi	  Jk20w  Kaikisho (2-4)
Jk17w  Daiseishin (3-3)	kubinage	   Jk19w  Shikinokawa (2-4)
Jk15e  Hirose (3-3)		oshidashi	  Jk16w  Azumahana (2-4)
Jk13w  Asahyuga (4-2)	  yoritaoshi	 Jk16e  Amakusa (3-3)
Jk12w  Shintaku (4-2)	  oshidashi	  Jk11w  Masukoma (3-3)
Jk8e   Fukukasuga (1-5)	hikiotoshi	 Jk19e  Akitomo (0-6)
Jk9e   Sakuma (3-3)		oshidashi	  Jk6w   Daikoyama (2-4)
Jk20e  Kozan (6-0)		 oshitaoshi	 Jk4e   Igarashi (5-1)
Jk3e   Shuho (2-4)		 oshidashi	  Jk7e   Daishiryu (1-5)
Jk5w   Kotofubuki (4-2)	yorikiri	   Jk1w   Minezakura (3-3)

Jonidan

Jd114w Kairiki (3-3)	   oshidashi	  Jk1e   Takatenshu (2-4)
Jd114e Daikosei (3-3)	  sukuinage	  Jd112w Koseki (2-4)
Jd111w Kongofuji (4-2)	 yorikiri	   Jd115e Hayatefuji (3-3)
Jd115w Higohikari (2-4)	sukuinage	  Jd109e Asakoki (1-5)
Jd111e Chikarayama (4-2)   oshidashi	  Jd107e Suekawa (3-3)
Jd106w Taguchi (4-2)	   tsukiotoshi	Jd103w Hamaazuma (3-3)
Jd103e Nara (3-3)		  oshidashi	  Jd100e Kitasatsuma (2-4)
Jd104w Wakahizen (2-4)	 oshidashi	  Jd98e  Masunoshin (1-5)
Jd102w Kirizakura (5-1)	hikiotoshi	 Jd95e  Mori (4-2)
Jd96w  Kotoomura (3-3)	 oshitaoshi	 Jd94e  Iwabuchi (2-4)
Jd97w  Itako (4-2)		 yorikiri	   Jd93e  Hamadayama (3-3)
Jd92e  Hoonami (3-3)	   oshidashi	  Jd91e  Kawahara (2-4)
Jd88w  Daigonishiki (4-2)  yoritaoshi	 Jd89w  Hisatsukasa (3-3)
Jd89e  Amamidake (2-4)	 hatakikomi	 Jd87e  Asaamami (1-5)
Jd85e  Hinohikari (2-4)	oshidashi	  Jd96e  Hakkairyu (1-5)
Jd86e  Taketoba (4-2)	  hikiotoshi	 Jd82e  Nakayama (3-3)
Jd83e  Fujinoumi (3-3)	 oshidashi	  Jd79e  Sumanoumi (2-4)
Jd76w  Tomisakae (4-2)	 oshidashi	  Jd80e  Arikawa (3-3)
Jd75e  Hisainoue (3-3)	 yorikiri	   Jd75w  Okuniyama (2-4)
Jd77e  Matsuura (4-2)	  yorikiri	   Jd74e  Shobimaru (3-3)
Jd71e  Raiko (5-1)		 yorikiri	   Jd84e  Kisenishiki (4-2)
Jd69e  Ichifuji (4-2)	  tsukiotoshi	Jd72w  Wakamiura (3-3)
Jd78e  Isanishiki (1-5)	yorikiri	   Jd68e  Otsukuba (0-6)
Jd66w  Owada (4-2)		 yorikiri	   Jd71w  Hisachikara (3-3)
Jd65w  Hayabusa (3-3)	  shitatenage	Jd70e  Tsuya (2-4)
Jd64e  Sadanokuni (5-1)	oshidashi	  Jd67w  Yamato (4-2)
Jd65e  Ryushonami (3-3)	yorikiri	   Jd63w  Mitozakura (2-4)
Jd61e  Torinzan (2-4)	  oshidashi	  Jd59w  Takaryu (1-5)
Jd58e  Hikosaka (4-2)	  yorikiri	   Jd60e  Komatensho (3-3)
Jd55e  Kiritora (4-2)	  tsukidashi	 Jd57e  Tamahikari (3-3)
Jd64w  Karatsuumi (6-0)	hatakikomi	 Jd54e  Tosahayato (5-1)
Jd56e  Onoyama (3-3)	   yorikiri	   Jd52e  Daitenyu (2-4)
Jd53w  Tomonofuji (5-1)	yorikiri	   Jd50w  Daika (4-2)
Jd48e  Marikomaru (3-3)	tsukiotoshi	Jd50e  Hoshigane (2-4)
Jd45e  Azumasato (3-3)	 yorikiri	   Jd44e  Zendaisho (2-4)
Jd41w  Wakahikari (5-1)	okuridashi	 Jd46e  Kinokawa (4-2)
Jd44w  Hamamiryu (4-2)	 oshitaoshi	 Jd40e  Hamaminato (3-3)
Jd38w  Misakiyama (3-3)	oshidashi	  Jd42w  Adachi (2-4)
Jd42e  Tochihibiki (3-3)   oshidashi	  Jd37w  Kinunonami (2-4)
Jd37e  Shobushi (3-3)	  oshidashi	  Jd34e  Arajishi (2-4)
Jd32e  Nagakura (4-2)	  tsukiotoshi	Jd31e  Byakko (3-3)
Jd33e  Hazukiyama (3-3)	tsukiotoshi	Jd30e  Echizenyama (2-4)
Jd28w  Akinokawa (4-2)	 oshitaoshi	 Jd28e  Kishi (3-3)
Jd25e  Takamine (5-1)	  hatakikomi	 Jd24w  Ayanokaze (4-2)
Jd23e  Tsurunoumi (5-1)	oshidashi	  Jd33w  Kawashita (4-2)
Jd20w  Terashita (6-0)	 yorikiri	   Jd31w  Sensho (5-1)
Jd21w  Higonoryu (4-2)	 yorikiri	   Jd19w  Aiyama (3-3)
Jd18e  Kasugamine (3-3)	yorikiri	   Jd22w  Takahashi (2-4)
Jd15w  Terunosato (3-3)	yoritaoshi	 Jd16w  Takaurata (2-4)
Jd13e  Hokutogo (4-2)	  oshitaoshi	 Jd10e  Yuzawa (3-3)
Jd13w  Kosenho (3-3)	   yorikiri	   Jd8w   Yamaryu (2-4)
Jd10w  Yuwa (3-3)		  yorikiri	   Jd7e   Teraoho (2-4)
Jd7w   Fukunokuni (4-2)	hatakikomi	 Jd5w   Tochidaiho (3-3)
Jd6e   Notononami (3-3)	yorikiri	   Jd2w   Hokutotsuru (2-4)

Sandanme

Jd1e   Yutsukasa (4-2)	 sakatottari	Sd99w  Sadanohama (3-3)
Sd100e Gonoumi (3-3)	   oshidashi	  Sd97e  Chiyoshuho (2-4)
Sd98e  Kazafuzan (5-1)	 oshitaoshi	 Sd95w  Matsuhara (4-2)
Sd94e  Asahio (4-2)		uwatenage	  Sd96w  Maenofuji (3-3)
Sd91e  Tochinohama (4-2)   oshidashi	  Sd90w  Daishoko (3-3)
Sd87w  Haruhikari (3-3)	yorikiri	   Sd89e  Sasagawa (2-4)
Sd86e  Kotokobai (3-3)	 oshidashi	  Sd87e  Daitenpaku (2-4)
Sd85e  Hakunishiki (2-4)   yorikiri	   Sd93e  Hokutofuji (1-5)
Sd88e  Shinyu (5-1)		katasukashi	Sd84e  Tochikasuga (4-2)
Sd83e  Kaisho (4-2)		oshidashi	  Sd81e  Koryuyama (3-3)
Sd77w  Daigen (4-2)		yoritaoshi	 Sd80e  Kotodaishin (3-3)
Sd79w  Nagai (3-3)		 utchari		Sd77e  Daise (2-4)
Sd76w  Tochitenko (6-0)	hatakikomi	 Sd92e  Yoshinokuni (5-1)
Sd78w  Daijo (2-4)		 abisetaoshi	Sd75e  Budozan (1-5)
Sd73w  Maeshinpu (4-2)	 uwatenage	  Sd74e  Tochitaiga (3-3)
Sd76e  Fujiarashi (3-3)	hikiotoshi	 Sd71w  Takashoma (2-4)
Sd67w  Ryukiyama (4-2)	 oshidashi	  Sd72e  Wakayuki (3-3)
Sd73e  Komanokuni (2-4)	hatakikomi	 Sd66e  Notozakura (1-5)
Sd64w  Miura (3-3)		 tsukihiza	  Sd64e  Daihoyama (2-4)
Sd62e  Nogami (4-2)		yorikiri	   Sd61e  Asanawa (3-3)
Sd70e  Kosei (5-1)		 yorikiri	   Sd59w  Orora (4-2)
Sd61w  Okoryu (3-3)		oshidashi	  Sd57e  Kitagawa (2-4)
Sd58e  Haruzakura (5-1)	hatakikomi	 Sd55w  Honda (4-2)
Sd56w  Kabutoiwa (4-2)	 tsukiotoshi	Sd51w  Fujinokaze (3-3)
Sd54w  Takaisamu (3-3)	 tsukiotoshi	Sd50w  Enatsukasa (2-4)
Sd48e  Kasugashima (3-3)   yorikiri	   Sd49e  Kaorufuji (2-4)
Sd50e  Sachiazuma (4-2)	yoritaoshi	 Sd47e  Aokishin (3-3)
Sd45w  Sadanishiki (6-0)   okuridashi	 Sd68e  Kaisenryu (5-1)
Sd41w  Chiyonoshin (4-2)   tsukiotoshi	Sd44e  Ogifuji (3-3)
Sd43w  Hanasegawa (3-3)	yoritaoshi	 Sd39w  Asabenkei (2-4)
Sd38w  Kisenowaka (3-3)	kakenage	   Sd41e  Hokuoryu (2-4)
Sd37e  Rendaiyama (5-1)	yorikiri	   Sd46w  Miyamaru (4-2)
Sd37w  Kaishinho (2-4)	 yorikiri	   Sd35e  Kasuganami (1-5)
Sd32e  Hokuo (5-1)		 oshidashi	  Sd45e  Amatsu (4-2)
Sd29e  Isoazuma (2-4)	  okuridashi	 Sd29w  Ryutei (1-5)
Sd32w  Kyokuhozan (3-3)	oshitaoshi	 Sd26w  Chiyoraizan (2-4)
Sd24w  Higoarashi (4-2)	tsukidashi	 Sd28e  Katsunofuji (3-3)
Sd22w  Daishoki (5-1)	  hikiotoshi	 Sd27e  Daishoryu (4-2)
Sd20w  Masunofuji (3-3)	uwatenage	  Sd25w  Chiyohakuryu (2-4)
Sd20e  Dewanosato (3-3)	yorikiri	   Sd19e  Kirinishiki (2-4)
Sd23w  Hamaeiko (4-2)	  oshidashi	  Sd17e  Koshinoryu (3-3)
Sd15e  Inoue (4-2)		 uwatenage	  Sd16e  Ryuyo (3-3)
Sd14e  Mizakura (3-3)	  ketaguri	   Sd18w  Kotokino (2-4)
Sd11w  Tenichi (5-1)	   oshidashi	  Sd21w  Ryujinsakari (4-2)
Sd10w  Tochiyashiki (4-2)  oshidashi	  Sd9e   Tokitsukasa (3-3)
Sd10e  Bugendai (5-1)	  yorikiri	   Sd7e   Aisaka (4-2)
Sd9w   Teraomaru (2-4)	 yoritaoshi	 Sd6e   Teruazuma (1-5)
Sd5w   Maeta (5-1)		 oshidashi	  Sd3w   Fujimoto (4-2)
Sd2w   Chiyonohana (2-4)   watashikomi	Sd4e   Kotoninsei (1-5)
Sd2e   Masutoo (4-2)	   yorikiri	   Sd1e   Kotomisen (3-3)

Makushita

Ms60e  Kimenryu (3-3)	  uwatenage	  Sd3e   Gorikiyama (2-4)
Ms59e  Kairyu (5-1)		oshidashi	  Ms55w  Tokio (4-2)
Ms59w  Hidenofuji (3-3)	yoritaoshi	 Ms53w  Tamao (2-4)
Ms56e  Kaishoryu (4-2)	 oshidashi	  Ms51w  Kisomitsuru (3-3)
Ms53e  Kakureizan (3-3)	oshidashi	  Ms51e  Daionami (2-4)
Ms48w  Wakamifuji (3-3)	yorikiri	   Ms52e  Bungonishiki (2-4)
Ms47w  Kawanari (2-4)	  oshidashi	  Ms56w  Hokutoiwa (1-5)
Ms46e  Kagamio (4-2)	   oshidashi	  Ms49w  Araumi (3-3)
Ms41e  Omiryu (3-3)		yorikiri	   Ms43w  Hoshizakura (2-4)
Ms42w  Taika (2-4)		 uwatenage	  Ms39e  Takunishiki (1-5)
Ms37e  Yotsuguruma (4-2)   oshidashi	  Ms40w  Kihonoumi (3-3)
Ms36e  Yamasaki (3-3)	  oshidashi	  Ms34e  Chokozan (2-4)
Ms32w  Hakiai (5-1)		yorikiri	   Ms38w  Dewaotori (4-2)
Ms31w  Wakanoshima (3-3)   oshidashi	  Ms30e  Matsumidori (2-4)
Ms27e  Daishoyama (4-2)	yorikiri	   Ms30w  Daitensho (3-3)
Ms29w  Kamei (4-2)		 utchari		Ms26e  Oniarashi (3-3)
Ms25w  Amuru (4-2)		 oshidashi	  Ms24e  Daiyubu (3-3)
Ms23w  Shironoryu (3-3)	shitatenage	Ms21e  Shoketsu (2-4)
Ms20e  Takarafuji (5-1)	kotenage	   Ms22w  Takayasu (4-2)
Ms18e  Kitaharima (3-3)	oshidashi	  Ms19e  Kaonishiki (2-4)
Ms14w  Towanoyama (3-3)	uwatenage	  Ms16w  Minami (2-4)
Ms12w  Hoshihikari (4-2)   shitatenage	Ms15e  Kasugakuni (3-3)
Ms12e  Mochimaru (2-4)	 yorikiri	   Ms16e  Kitazakura (1-5)
Ms11w  Tochinowaka (4-2)   uwatenage	  Ms13w  Takanoiwa (3-3)
Ms17w  Nakano (2-4)		oshidashi	  Ms11e  Dairaido (1-5)
Ms13e  Yoshiazuma (3-3)	yorikiri	   Ms10w  Wakaryusei (2-4)
Ms7w   Matsutani (5-1)	 uwatenage	  Ms8w   Aoki (4-2)
Ms8e   Kotoyutaka (4-2)	oshitaoshi	 Ms7e   Takateru (3-3)
Ms6w   Takanoyama (3-3)	shitatenage	Ms9w   Ryuden (2-4)

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It looks like there won't be too many more open slots in juryo with only Jumonji and Hoshikaze needing a 2-1 on the final three days (and three more needing one win), but the torikumi makers are trying anyway putting 3-3 Kurosawa and Kanbayashi against those two most endangered sekitori.

Perhaps they'll get lucky and one of the three open pairings (Kirinowaka-Kasuganishiki, Kirinowaka-Jumonji, Kasuganishiki-Hoshikaze) will still be in play for senshuraku.

At least the lack of spots isn't such a huge problem this time as there are really just two strong candidates anyway. Though I guess Kurosawa would have a bit of a reason for complaint if he gets stuck with 4-3 from Ms2w.

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At least the lack of spots isn't such a huge problem this time as there are really just two strong candidates anyway. Though I guess Kurosawa would have a bit of a reason for complaint if he gets stuck with 4-3 from Ms2w.

Maybe I'm wrong here, but I thought the Hoshikaze-Kurosawa match-up is supposed to be an exchange bout. I know, demoting a Rikishi with a 6-9 from J11e to Ms1e might be a bit harsh, but not completely out of this world, or is it?

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Maybe I'm wrong here, but I thought the Hoshikaze-Kurosawa match-up is supposed to be an exchange bout. I know, demoting a Rikishi with a 6-9 from J11e to Ms1e might be a bit harsh, but not completely out of this world, or is it?

No, that just doesn't happen these days. Kurosawa only gets to "help" send Hoshikaze down, somebody else will have to finish him off with loss #10. What Kurosawa gets out of a win is the assurance that he'll at least get another shot next basho as he'd be Ms1 instead of ~Ms5.

Could a 6-1 Matsutani take the place of a 3-12 Wakatenro?

Same thing. With 9 ranks to spare he's essentially safe, the way it's handled nowadays. Matsutani is far too low anyway even with a 6-1, he'd potentially be behind all those of Ms2w Kurosawa / Ms3w Nakanishi / Ms4e Kanbayashi who manage to reach 4-3.

Edited by Asashosakari

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I'm no expert at guessing the makushita banzuke (makuuchi is another story), but isn't a 6-1 from ms7w better than a 4-3 at ms4e or even ms3w?

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I'm no expert at guessing the makushita banzuke (makuuchi is another story), but isn't a 6-1 from ms7w better than a 4-3 at ms4e or even ms3w?

It depends. (Neener, neener...) If Ms7w 6-1 and Ms4e 4-3 both stay in makushita, the 6-1 will probably receive the better rank on the next banzuke, especially if there's room in the Ms1/Ms2 area. But when it comes to assigning open slots in juryo, the Ms1-Ms5 ranks are usually receiving a significant "rank advantage" of sorts, and the 6-1 guy would need to be at most 6 (probably even 5 or just 4) slots behind the 4-3 to pass him in the promotion queue. Don't have the relevant spreadsheet with me right now, I'll dig up the precedent cases later.

A similar "bonus" effect in the promotion queue occurs at Ms1, so e.g. Ms1w 4-3 will stay in front of Ms3w 5-2 (even Ms3e 5-2), but Ms2w 4-3 will usually be passed by Ms4w 5-2.

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Don't have the relevant spreadsheet with me right now, I'll dig up the precedent cases later.

Okay, here goes. Might be missing one or two recent cases, as apparently I haven't updated that file in two and a half years. (And the initial version was produced pre-SDB...yikes, how did we ever accomplish anything in those days?)

Constraint: Last juryo slot up for grabs between A) a 4-3 inside the Ms1-Ms5 area and B) a 6-1 from outside that area. Sorted by rank difference.

4 spots: 1999.05, Ms5e vs. Ms7e, 6-1 promoted

5 spots: 2005.03, Ms4w vs. Ms7e, 4-3 promoted

6 spots: 2003.01, Ms3w vs. Ms6w, 4-3 promoted

6 spots: 2004.01, Ms5e vs. Ms8e, 4-3 promoted

7 spots: 2006.01, Ms5e vs. Ms8w, 4-3 promoted

Edited by Asashosakari

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