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FINAL RotoSumo Standings (Hatsu 2010)

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Scoring was very tight in all four divisions, producing very few good W/L records. There was only one player in either Makuuchi or Juryo who finished better than 10-5 and only two players in Makushita and Jonokuchi to have records better than 5-2. It's the second straight basho this has happened. I can only assume that this is because of the trend towards players having very similar picks to one another.

Divisional KK/MK dividing lines:

Makuuchi:   1392.67
Juryo:	  1376.63
Makushita:  1344.84
Jonokuchi:  1315.86

The Perfect Team:

Y:	   Asashoryu		243 points
O:	   Harumafuji	   181
S:	   Baruto		   229 
K:	   Kakuryu		  129
M1-M4:   Kisenosato	   155
M5-M8:   Aminishiki	   167
M9-M12:  Tosayutaka	   126
M13-M16: Toyohibiki	   150
J1-J4:   Okinoumi		  80
J5-J9:   Masatsukasa	   63
J10-J14: Gagamaru		  76
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	 Total Points	1599


Yusho Winners

Division	Shikona				#
Makuuchi:   Pastanoyama (M7E)	  2nd
Juryo:	  Konizan (J12W)		 2nd (5th overall)
Makushita:  Kameumi (ms7W)		 2nd (2nd straight)
Jonokuchi:  Zeokage (jk4E)		 2nd

Tiebreakers:
none

Shukun-Sho winners

Division	Shikona			 100+ Days
Makuuchi:   Pastanoyama (M7E)	  8	  1st *
Juryo:	  Konizan (J12W)		 7	  1st **			   
Makushita:  Kameumi (ms16W)		9	  2nd ***  
Jonokuchi:  Shimodahito (jk17E)	8	  1st

Tiebreakers:
*  - Pastanoyama wins over Konosato by virtue of most overall points tiebreaker.
** - Konizan wins 7-way tiebreaker by virtue of having the most overall points.
***- Kameumi wins over Fukurou and Mariotoki by virtue of most overall points tiebreaker

Gino-Sho winners

Division	Shikona			Day   Score
Makuuchi:   Hironoumi (M12W)	 5	 147   1st 
Juryo:	  Kaiguma (J10W)	   5	 147   1st *
Makushita:  Troetibono (ms6E)	5	 150   1st
Jonokuchi:  Gunterao (jk16E)	12	 148   2nd

Tiebreakers:
Kaiguma wins over Kabakyodai by virtue of most overall points tiebreaker.   

Kanto-Sho winners:

Division	Shikona				  Day   Score
Makuuchi:   Anjoboshi (M14W)		 13	39.31  1st
Juryo:	  Kitakachiyama (J5W)		 2	 38.00  1st
Makushita:  ScreechingOwl (ms18E)	 3	46.58  1st 
Jonokuchi:  Gunterao (jk16E)		 12	56.32  1st

Tiebreakers:
none

Makuuchi:

Pastanoyama captured the top division Yusho, his second in the last three tournaments. Pasta-san also took home the Shukun-sho via tiebreaker, the first of the M7's top division career. Konosato takes runner-up honors, with Hironoumi and Anjoboshi take home the Gino-Sho and Kanto-Sho respectively.

We had two kadoban Ozeki entering the basho, Randomitsuki and Jejima. Random-san was able to save his rank with a 9-6 performance. Jejima wasn't so fortunate, missing KK with a 7-8 mark. So the Bench Sumo boss' stay at the top rank of RotoSumo was a short lived one. He can, of course, return with 10 wins next basho.

Of the 4 rikishi who were Ozeki promotion candidates entering the tournament, Flohru was the only one to achieve the number of wins necessary for promotion. His 9 equivalent wins giving him 30 over the last three basho, the minimum required for promotion. So the S1 will be moving up next tournament to replace Jejima at that rank.

Juryo:

Konizan captured the Juryo crown for the second time in his/her career, the 5th RotoSumo Yusho overall for this player. Konizan won by a scant 8 points over runner up Kaiguma, who himself finished only 3 points ahead of 3rd place Metzinowaka in what was, like in Makuuchi, a very tight scoring tournament that saw no one in Juryo finish better than 10-5.

Konizan also captured the Shukun-Sho via tiebreaker, while Kaiguma and Kitakachiyama took home the Gino-Sho and Kanto-Sho respectively.

There are only three openings in Makuuchi, so Juryo players shouldn't expect mass promotions this basho, with only Vikanohara, Nomadwolf and Susanoo in a position to make the trip up to the top division.

Makushita:

Kameumi managed a rare feat in this game, capturing a divisional crown for a second straight tournament. The Ms7w followed up last basho's Makushita championship (won via the earliest entry for identical teams tiebreaker) with another first place finish, this time edging Ruziklao by 9 points. Kameumi also laid claim to the Shukun-Sho via tiebreaker. Troetibono took home the Gino-Sho, while ScreechingOwl claimed the Kanto-Sho.

Jonokuchi:

Zeokage is your Jonokuchi Champion for Hatsu 2010, the second time he's laid claim to the bottom division title. Shimodahito captured the Shukun-Sho while Gunterao, the Yusho runner-up, swept the Gino-Sho and Kanto-Sho.

Pastanoyama (M7E)			 1517	 11-4
Konosato (K2E)				1486	 10-5
Crall (M13E)				  1468	 10-5
Taka (K1E)					1468	 10-5
Rannohana (M12E)			  1456	  9-6
Flohru (S1W)				  1439	  9-6
Randomitsuki (O2W)			1434	  9-6
Kintamayama (S2W)			 1433	  9-6
Norizo (M11E)				 1432	  9-6
Hironoumi (M12W)			  1428	  9-6
Anjoboshi (M14W)			  1423	  8-7
Bafa (M8W)					1421	  8-7
Andoreasu (M2E)			   1421	  8-7
GONZABUROW (M14E)			 1420	  8-7
Seki Haruaki (M2W)			1413	  8-7
Takanosushi (M6E)			 1412	  8-7
Mysko (M9W)				   1406	  8-7
Gusoyama (M10W)			   1406	  8-7
Frinkanohana (S1E)			1404	  8-7
Asashosakari (M3W)			1403	  8-7
Terarno (M13W)				1392	  7-8
Fatakiyama (M8E)			  1391	  7-8
Fujisan (O1W)				 1391	  7-8
Zenjimoto (M1W)			   1389	  7-8
Jejima (O3E)				  1385	  7-8
Kaiomitsuki (M3E)			 1384	  7-8
Bogdanyama (M15E)			 1380	  7-8
Charliki (K1W)				1362	  7-8
Gaijingai (M7W)			   1360	  6-9
Dimitri (O2E)				 1358	  6-9
Yokotanoharry (M11W)		  1358	  6-9
Sashimaru (K2W)			   1357	  6-9
Tosahayate (M9E)			  1345	  6-9
Gernobono (M10E)			  1332	  6-9
Doitsuyama (M4E)			  1319	 5-10
Heikotoriki (M5W)			 1318	 5-10
Mariohana (S2E)			   1312	 5-10
Zentoryu (M1E)				1299	 5-10
Akemisamaru (M6W)			 1192	 1-14
Golynohana (O1E)			Absent	Kosho
RYUMARU (M4W)			   Absent	Kosho
Tamanaogijima (M5E)		 Absent	Intai

Konizan (J12W)				1463	 10-5
Kaiguma (J10W)				1455	 10-5
Metzinowaka (J11W)			1453	 10-5
Nomadwolf (J2E)			   1451	 10-5
Sebunshu (J6E)				1450	 10-5
Mmikasazuma (J14W)			1446	 10-5
Sukubidubidu (J9W)			1416	  9-6
Heruwejima (J4W)			  1411	  9-6
Vikanohara (J1W)			  1410	  9-6
Kitakachiyama (J5W)		   1408	  8-7
Meyeryu (J4E)				 1406	  8-7
Susanoo (J2W)				 1401	  8-7
Kaiowaka (J11E)			   1400	  8-7
Sokkenaiyama (J9E)			1399	  8-7
Satsuhikari (J13E)			1389	  8-7
Takanokaze (J12E)			 1377	  8-7
Kabakyodai (J8E)			  1376	  7-8
Leonishiki (J7E)			  1350	  7-8
Larissi (J1E)				 1349	  7-8
Hakajusakari (J10E)		   1334	  6-9
Bunijiman (J8W)			   1332	  6-9
Kotononami (J5E)			  1326	  6-9
Mariomaru (J3W)			   1318	  6-9
Krokonowaka (J6W)			 1304	 5-10
Profomisakari (J7W)		   1293	 5-10
Marimo (J14E)				 1274	 4-11
Jakusotsu (J3E)			   1178	 1-14
Choshu-yuki (J13W)		  Absent   0-0-15

Kameumi (ms7W)				1473	  6-1
Ruziklao (ms1W)			   1464	  5-2
Oskanohana (ms9E)			 1458	  5-2
Mariotoki (ms11E)			 1456	  5-2
Fukurou (ms13E)			   1453	  5-2
ScreechingOwl (ms18E)		 1440	  5-2
Toratorii (ms10E)			 1427	  5-2
Pandaazuma (ms2W)			 1427	  5-2
Saruyama (ms5W)			   1425	  5-2
Irinohana (ms15E)			 1411	  5-2
Takanorappa (ms2E)			1408	  4-3
Furanohana (ms11W)			1401	  4-3
Shibatayama (ms15W)		   1399	  4-3
Zichi (ms16E)				 1391	  4-3
Shiyonofuji (ms6W)			1385	  4-3
Ganzohnesushi (ms1E)		  1373	  4-3
Troetibono (ms6E)			 1371	  4-3
Hpulley (ms19E)			   1365	  4-3
Andonishiki (ms17E)		   1363	  4-3
Hogashi (ms4W)				1354	  4-3
Oshirokita (ms3E)			 1346	  4-3
Misisko (ms12E)			   1340	  3-4
Ginkgo (ms16W)				1338	  3-4
Mischashimaru (ms4E)		  1330	  3-4
Kajiyama (ms3W)			   1330	  3-4
Chocshoporyu (ms8E)		   1322	  3-4
Aome (ms5E)				   1312	  3-4
Tainosen (ms12W)			  1301	  3-4
Choconofuji (ms9W)			1300	  3-4
Saruwatari (ms20W)			1294	  3-4
Takashido (ms17W)			 1283	  3-4
Onigashima (ms13W)			1279	  2-5
Chisaiyama (ms14W)			1276	  2-5
Holleshoryu (ms10W)		   1224	  2-5
Rowitoro (ms19W)			  1215	  1-6
Tsunamiko (ms20E)			 1185	  1-6
Ketsukai (ms7E)			   1124	  0-7
Marushiki (ms18W)			 1061	  0-7
Doyobi (ms8W)			   Absent	0-0-7
Godaikonoryu (ms14E)		Absent	0-0-7

Zeokage (jk4E)				1471	  6-1
Gunterao (jk16E)			  1454	  5-2
Shimodahito (jk17E)		   1453	  5-2
Hashira (jk1E)				1432	  5-2
Nagayama (jk5W)			   1431	  5-2
Hamagewonna (jk13W)		   1396	  5-2
Fuseigou (jk11W)			  1395	  4-3
Chiyokaze (jk2W)			  1383	  4-3
Musafaba (jk12E)			  1359	  4-3
Arawaka (jk6W)				1352	  4-3
Bill (jk1W)				   1341	  4-3
Hidariashiyama (jk13E)		1339	  4-3
Onzoushi_oyakata (jk3E)	   1319	  4-3
Stusan (jk8W)				 1306	  3-4
Mattjila (jk9E)			   1296	  3-4
Veshana (jk8E)				1264	  3-4
Sherlockiama (jk10E)		  1243	  3-4
Kofuji (jk9W)				 1200	  2-5
Ragerkawa (jk11E)			 1187	  2-5
Tomoe (jk4W)				  1165	  2-5
Kitanoyama (jk10W)			1101	  1-6
Hakanonami (jk16W)			1062	  0-7
Meisaku (jk2E)			  Absent	0-0-7
Ulsimitsuki (jk3W)		  Absent	Intai
Kachitakai (jk5E)		   Absent	0-0-7
Kengamine (jk6E)			Absent	0-0-7
Kitano (jk7E)			   Absent	Intai
Datchayama (jk7W)		   Absent	0-0-7
Fay_Kotonowaka (jk12W)	  Absent	0-0-7
Ilovetochinoshin (jk14E)	Absent	Intai
KOTOCHANTA (jk14W)		  Absent	Intai
Kumao (jk15E)			   Absent	Intai
Gaikaken (jk15W)			Absent	Intai

Edited by Zentoryu

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Yay! I love this game!

2'nd straight Makushita Yusho and Shukun-Sho! ;-)

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I fixed a mistake in the first post. I accidentally awarded the Juryo Kanto-Sho to Kabakyodai, who was ineligible due to being MK. So the real winner is Kitakachiyama.

Sorry to both players for the confusion. What makes me mad is I actually made a notation in my spreadsheet about this so I wouldn't forget when posting the results and I still screwed up. ;-)

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Wow, very happy to get my first (?) sansho, and runner-up is not bad. I only regret that the term jun-yusho is not usually applied to Juryo, ah well. Maybe since we all got 10-5 I can feel like it was a yusho-doten?

Thanks Zentoryu for kicking off another year of a fantastic game (Sign of approval...)

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How much more can I fall down the banzuke before I have to intai to avoid besmirching the rank of Ozeki ;-) I have obviously lost my touch or everyone caught on how to play the game.

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How much more can I fall down the banzuke before I have to intai to avoid besmirching the rank of Ozeki (Flying a plane...) I have obviously lost my touch or everyone caught on how to play the game.

I think you should stay, if nothing else so we can hear you use the word "besmirch" again! (Sign of approval...)

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