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Day 6 results and day 7 pairings

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Hakuho and Baruto are rehashing the last basho, dominating the field and leading together, now at 6-0. Shimotori is still making the token maegashira participation up there, but Aran got his first loss today. The four incumbent ozeki are a rather shaky group with Kaio and Kotooshu losing and Harumafuji and Kotomitsuki not looking very solid in the wins.

Daido is the sole juryo leader now as Kiyoseumi had a yorikiri loss to Toyozakura in a hard fought bout. Sakaizawa also looked strong in a win over Asofuji, so we might sometime see the two Nichidai grads back in makuuchi, but for now both are in the lower half of juryo. Gagamaru will likely be in makuuchi much sooner, like next basho, as the lead juryo stayed one win behind the lead with a good yorikiri win over Kotokasuga. Matsutani also is 5-1 and looking destined for makuuchi with the quality of his sumo. Kirinowaka is already 0-6 and needs a 7-2 for the rest to avoid demotion.

Day 6

Juryo

Ms1e   Masuraumi (3-1)	 oshidashi	  J13e   Kirinowaka (0-6)
J12e   Matsutani (5-1)	 oshidashi	  J13w   Kanbayashi (1-5)
J11w   Yamamotoyama (2-4)  oshidashi	  J14e   Sadanofuji (3-3)
J14w   Kaiho (2-4)		 tsukiotoshi	J10w   Hoshikaze (3-3)
J9e	Kasuganishiki (3-3) hikiotoshi	 J12w   Futeno (4-2)
J8e	Daido (6-0)		 oshidashi	  J11e   Wakatenro (2-4)
J7e	Toyozakura (3-3)	yorikiri	   J10e   Kiyoseumi (5-1)
J9w	Kyokunankai (3-3)   okuridashi	 J7w	Tokushinho (2-4)
J8w	Sakaizawa (3-3)	 yorikiri	   J6e	Asofuji (2-4)
J6w	Tosanoumi (3-3)	 abisetaoshi	J5e	Masatsukasa (3-3)
J5w	Bushuyama (4-2)	 tsukiotoshi	J3e	Kasugao (2-4)
J4w	Sokokurai (4-2)	 yorikiri	   J2e	Shotenro (2-4)
J1e	Sagatsukasa (1-5)   tsukiotoshi	J4e	Tamaasuka (2-4)
J1w	Gagamaru (5-1)	  yorikiri	   J2w	Kotokasuga (3-3)

Makuuchi

M16e   Koryu (3-3)		 oshidashi	  J3w	Chiyohakuho (2-4)
M14e   Tochinonada (2-4)   oshidashi	  M14w   Hokutoriki (4-2)
M15w   Shimotori (6-0)	 hatakikomi	 M13e   Yoshikaze (4-2)
M13w   Takamisakari (4-2)  yorikiri	   M16w   Tamanoshima (2-4)
M12e   Takekaze (2-4)	  oshidashi	  M15e   Wakakoyu (4-2)
M11e   Mokonami (5-1)	shitatedashinage M12w   Kimurayama (1-5)
M9e	Tosayutaka (3-3)	yorikiri	   M10e   Aran (5-1)
M11w   Tokusegawa (2-4)	uwatedashinage M8e	Kakizoe (2-4)
M7w	Kyokutenho (4-2)	uwatenage	  M10w   Okinoumi (0-6)
M9w	Goeido (4-2)		yorikiri	   M6e	Tokitenku (2-4)
M5w	Hakuba (5-1)		tottari		M8w	Toyohibiki (3-3)

M4e	Kitataiki (3-3)	 yorikiri	   M6w	Kokkai (2-4)
M4w	Asasekiryu (5-1)	yoritaoshi	 M7e	Tamawashi (1-5)
M1e	Toyonoshima (1-5)   yorikiri	   M2w	Tochinoshin (4-2)
S1e	Kisenosato (4-2)	sukuinage	  K1w	Tochiozan (2-4)
O3w	Baruto (6-0)		hatakikomi	 S1w	Aminishiki (2-4)
K1e	Kotoshogiku (3-3)   yorikiri	   O2w	Kaio (4-2)
O2e	Kotomitsuki (3-3)   oshidashi	  M2e	Homasho (0-6)
M3e	Kakuryu (2-4)	   hatakikomi	 O1w	Kotooshu (4-2)
O1e	Harumafuji (4-2)	hatakikomi	 M1w	Miyabiyama (2-4)
Y1e	Hakuho (6-0)		yorikiri	   M3w	Wakanosato (0-6)

Day 7

Juryo

Ms1w   Hochiyama (2-1)					J14w   Kaiho (2-4)
J13e   Kirinowaka (0-6)				   J13w   Kanbayashi (1-5)
J11e   Wakatenro (2-4)					J14e   Sadanofuji (3-3)
J10e   Kiyoseumi (5-1)					J12w   Futeno (4-2)
J11w   Yamamotoyama (2-4)				 J9w	Kyokunankai (3-3)
J9e	Kasuganishiki (3-3)				J12e   Matsutani (5-1)
J10w   Hoshikaze (3-3)					J7w	Tokushinho (2-4)
J6e	Asofuji (2-4)					  J8e	Daido (6-0)
J8w	Sakaizawa (3-3)					J5w	Bushuyama (4-2)
J5e	Masatsukasa (3-3)				  J7e	Toyozakura (3-3)
J3e	Kasugao (2-4)					  J6w	Tosanoumi (3-3)
J4w	Sokokurai (4-2)					J2w	Kotokasuga (3-3)
J2e	Shotenro (2-4)					 J4e	Tamaasuka (2-4)
J1e	Sagatsukasa (1-5)				  J3w	Chiyohakuho (2-4)

Makuuchi

M16e   Koryu (3-3)						M16w   Tamanoshima (2-4)
M14e   Tochinonada (2-4)				  J1w	Gagamaru (5-1)
M13e   Yoshikaze (4-2)					M14w   Hokutoriki (4-2)
M15w   Shimotori (6-0)					M12w   Kimurayama (1-5)
M11e   Mokonami (5-1)					 M15e   Wakakoyu (4-2)
M13w   Takamisakari (4-2)				 M10w   Okinoumi (0-6)
M10e   Aran (5-1)						 M11w   Tokusegawa (2-4)
M12e   Takekaze (2-4)					 M9w	Goeido (4-2)
M9e	Tosayutaka (3-3)				   M6w	Kokkai (2-4)
M6e	Tokitenku (2-4)					M8w	Toyohibiki (3-3)
M8e	Kakizoe (2-4)					  M5w	Hakuba (5-1)

M7w	Kyokutenho (4-2)				   M4w	Asasekiryu (5-1)
M4e	Kitataiki (3-3)					M7e	Tamawashi (1-5)
M2e	Homasho (0-6)					  M3w	Wakanosato (0-6)
K1e	Kotoshogiku (3-3)				  K1w	Tochiozan (2-4)
O1e	Harumafuji (4-2)				   M3e	Kakuryu (2-4)
M1w	Miyabiyama (2-4)				   O3w	Baruto (6-0)
M1e	Toyonoshima (1-5)				  O2w	Kaio (4-2)
O2e	Kotomitsuki (3-3)				  S1w	Aminishiki (2-4)
S1e	Kisenosato (4-2)				   O1w	Kotooshu (4-2)
Y1e	Hakuho (6-0)					   M2w	Tochinoshin (4-2)

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Kakuryu has a very fast Tachi-Ai but Kotooshu is technically poor...he don't change his formulation during the bout. Never.

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The four incumbent ozeki are a rather shaky group with Kaio and Kotooshu losing and Harumafuji and Kotomitsuki not looking very solid in the wins.

I would'nt even mention the word "solid" in connection with those wins. Ok, Kotomitsuki got henkaed by Homasho (what's wrong with THIS guy?) and survived but Harumafuji just pulled one of the ugliest sidejumps in return. Against Miyabiyama to whom he should be able run twice aroud the time Miya changes his direction. (Applauding...)

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"Eesti poeg" Baruto has started very well after his Ozeki promotion. (In a state of confusion...) There is a big difference compared to Ama (Haramafuji)

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