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Kensho Standings (Haru 2012)

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Disclaimer: I translate this information from the Nikkan Sports Webpage. It should not be considered official. Nikkan is known to make mistakes in their kensho counts from time to time, but they usually get around to correcting them. Also, Nikkan only posts the top 10 everyday, so I have no idea how many kensho someone not on that list has.

After Day 1...

Rikishi		 #		 Yen
Hakuho		 25	1,375,000
Baruto		 14	 770,000
Kotoshogiku	 11	 605,000
Takarafuji	  7	 385,000
Myogiryu	  5	 275,000
Harumafuji	  3	 165,000
Kotooshu	  3	 165,000
Homasho		  3	 165,000
Goeido		  3	 165,000
Aran		  2	 110,000
Asasekiryu	  2	 110,000

Baruto got his push for the Tsuna off to a good start with a win on opening day that netted him 14 kensho.

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After Day 2...

Rikishi		 #		 Yen
Hakuho		 48	2,640,000  
Baruto		 19	1,045,000  
Kotoshogiku	 17	 935,000  
Takarafuji	  7	 385,000
Harumafuji	  6	 330,000  
Tochiozan	  6	 330,000  
Kotooshu	  5	 275,000  
Tochinowaka	  5	 275,000  
Fujiazuma	  5	 275,000
Toyonoshima	  4	 220,000   

Hakuho picked up 23 envelopes, Kotoshogiku and Tochiozan 6 apiece, Baruto 5, Toyonoshima 4, Harumafuji 3 and Kotooshu 2.

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Ikioi's bouts seem to be attracting some sponsor attention. Shame he hasn't won any yet!

Takarafuji was the beneficiary on day one and Fujiazuma on day 2. There were a whopping 10 today and Wakanosato walked off with the booty - of course some of them might have been placed for him.

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Since Code is giving me fits, I've decided to try tables....

After Day 3...

Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 67 3685000
Baruto 24 1320000
Kotoshogiku 16 880000
Wakanosato 10 550000
Kisenosato 9 495000
Tochiozan 9 495000
Aminishiki 8 440000
Harumafuji 7 385000
Takarafuji 7 385000
Toyonoshima 6 330000
Goeido 6 330000

There seems to be a lot of kensho floating around this basho. Hakuho led the way on Day 3 with 19. As Naganoyama mentioned above, Wakanosato walked off with the 10 envelopes placed on his bout with Ikioi. Kisenosato picked up 9 from his first win of the tournament against Yoshikaze.

Baruto won his third bout, pushing out winless Miyogiryu for another 5 envelopes. Tochiozan, Toyonoshima and Harumafuji picked up 3, 2 and 1 kensho respectively. Aminishiki and Goeido joined the leaderboard after wins today.

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As of Day 4
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 86 4730000
Baruto 24 1320000
Kotoshogiku 21 1155000
Kisenosato 12 660000
Kotooshu 12 660000
Tochiozan 10 550000
Wakanosato 10 550000
Harumafuji 8 440000
Kakuryu 8 440000
Aminishiki 8 440000

Baruto's road to the tsuna hit a pot hole as he fell against Kakuryu, who earned enough kensho from his win over the Ozeki to move into the lead group.

Hakuho remained undefeated, adding another 19 kensho to his haul. Kotooshu picked up 7 after downing winless Miyogiryu, while Kotoshogiku picked up 5 against similarly winless Kyokutenho. Kisenosato took home three envelopes after pushing out Gagamaru. Tochiozan and Harumafuji grabbed a single kensho each.

Edited by Zentoryu

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And Ikioi gave away another 7 today.

Edit: Day 5

Edited by Naganoyama

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As of Day 5
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 106 5830000
Baruto 30 1650000
Kotoshogiku 26 1430000
Kotooshu 14 770000
Kisenosato 12 660000
Tochiozan 10 550000
Toyonoshima 10 550000
Wakanosato 10 550000
Kakuryu 9 495000
Goeido 9 495000

Hakuho picked up another 20 envelopes after a sukuinage win over Gagamaru. Baruto thrusted out Tochinowaka for 6 envelopes. Kotoshogiku defeated Tochiozan to earn himself 5 kensho. Kotooshu and Kakuryu took home 2 and 1 kensho respectively, while Toyonoshima and Goeido earned enough envelopes from their victories to rejoin the top-10

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As of Day 6
Shikona Kensho Yen

Hakuho1246820000

Baruto361980000Kotoshogiku351925000Kotooshu17935000Kisenosato16880000Goeido12660000Harumafuji10550000Tochiozan10550000Toyonoshima10550000Wakanosato10550000

Hakuho racked up another 18 kensho after dumping Yoshikaze with a kotenage. Kotoshogiku took home 9 envelopes courtesy of an oshitaoshi win over Miyogiryu.

Baruto improved to 5-1 with a victory over still winless Kyokutenho, grabbing the 6 envelopes placed on the bout by sponsors.

Kisenosato collected 4 kensho, while Kotooshu, Goeido and Harumafuji picked up 3 each.

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As of Day 7
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 144 7920000
Baruto 43 2365000
Kotoshogiku 35 1925000
Kisenosato 21 1155000
Kotooshu 17 935000
Kakuryu 17 935000
Toyonoshima 17 935000
Ikioi 14 770000
Goeido 12 660000
Harumafuji 10 550000
Tochiozan 10 550000
Yoshikaze 10 550000
Wakanosato 10 550000

Hakuho took care of business against Kyokutenho, earning another 20 kensho for himself. Kakuryu picked up 8 kensho and remained tied with the Yokozuna in the Yusho race after forcing out Ozeki Harumafuji. Yokozuna-hopeful Baruto remained a win behind the leaders with a yorikiri victoryu over Aminishiki that netted him 7 envelopes.

Toyonoshima also took home 7 kensho after downing Kotoshogiku. Kisenosato pushed out Tochinoshin to collect 5 envelopes, while Ikioi and Yoshikaze earned enough kensho from wins over Miyabiyama and Kotooshu respectively to move into the lead group.

Edited by Zentoryu

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As of Day 8
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 167 9185000
Baruto 49 2695000
Kotoshogiku 42 2310000
Kisenosato 33 1815000
Toyonoshima 22 1210000
Kotooshu 17 935000
Kakuryu 17 935000
Goeido 17 935000
Ikioi 14 770000
Harumafuji 13 715000
Aminishiki 13 715000

Hakuho added 23 kensho to his total and took over the sole lead in the Yusho race after forcing out Tochinoshin. Meanwhile Kisenosato handed Kakuryu his first loss of the tournament and earned 12 kensho of his own.

Kotoshogiku took home 7 envelopes after throwing down Gagamaru. Baruto picked up 6 against Tokitenku. Toyonoshima and Goeido collected 5 kensho apiece and Harumafuji 3. Aminishiki surprised Kotooshu to earn at least 4 envelopes and join the tail end of the leaderboard.

Edited by Zentoryu

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As of Day 9
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 167 9185000
Baruto 55 3025000
Kotoshogiku 48 2640000
Kakuryu 39 2145000
Kisenosato 33 1815000
Kotooshu 23 1265000
Toyonoshima 22 1210000
Ikioi 20 1100000
Goeido 19 1045000
Harumafuji 14 770000

Kakuryu pulled off the upset against the Yokozuna, handing Hakuho his first loss of the tournament and forcing a four-way tie for the lead in the Yusho race. The Sekiwake was rewarded for his effort with the 22 kensho placed on the bout by sponsors. Baruto joined Kakuryu, Shotenro and Hakuho at 8-1 by forcing out Toyonoshima, picking up another 6 envelopes in the process.

Kotoshogiku, Kotooshu and Ikioi also took home 6 kensho each, while Goeido picked up 2 and Harumafuji 1.

Edited by Zentoryu

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As of Day 10
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 188 10340000
Baruto 64 3520000
Kotoshogiku 48 2640000
Kakuryu 41 2255000
Kisenosato 40 2200000
Toyonoshima 26 1430000
Goeido 24 1320000
Kotooshu 23 1265000
Harumafuji 22 1210000
Ikioi 20 1100000

Hakuho threw down Aminishiki to earn 21 kensho. Baruto had the second highest total of the day with 9 from a win over Tochiozan. Harumafuji picked up 8 from a tsukiotoshi victory against Kotoshogiku, while Kisenosato pushed out Miyogiryu for 7. Goeido and Toyonoshima earned 5 and 4 envelopes respectively and Kakuryu 2.

Edited by Zentoryu

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As of Day 11
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 215 11825000
Baruto 64 3520000
Kotoshogiku 48 2640000
Kakuryu 41 2255000
Kisenosato 40 2200000
Kotooshu 33 1815000
Harumafuji 30 1650000
Toyonoshima 26 1430000
Ikioi 26 1430000
Goeido 25 1375000

Hakuho forced out Kotoshogiku to collect 27 envelopes and remain tied with Kakuryu for the Yusho lead. Baruto suffered a major blow to his Yokozuna promotion hopes after falling victim to a Yoritaoshi from fellow Ozeki Kotooshu. Osh picked up 10 kensho for his efforts.

Harumafuji picked up 8 from a win over Kisenosato, while Ikioi earned 6 against Hochiyama. Lastly, Goeido took home a single envelope from a win over Kitataiki.

Edited by Zentoryu

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As of Day 12
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 238 13090000
Baruto 64 3520000
Kotoshogiku 61 3355000
Kisenosato 43 2365000
Kakuryu 43 2365000
Harumafuji 37 2035000
Kotooshu 33 1815000
Ikioi 30 1650000
Goeido 28 1540000
Toyonoshima 26 1430000

Hakuho and Kakuryu remained tied for the Yusho lead after the Yokozuna took care of business against Kotooshu while Kakuyru forced out Shotenro. Hakuho's win netted him 23 envelopes. Kakuryu took home only 2.

Baruto's Yokozuna promotion hopes were pretty much dashed today after Kotoshogiku sent him tumbling off the dohyo, with Shogun collecting 13 kensho from the gyoji.

Harumafuji is still in the Yusho race, a win behind the co-leaders, after beating Tochiozan and earning 7 envelopes. Ikioi took home another 4 kensho. Kisenosato and Goeido grabbed 3 apiece.

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As of Day 13
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 238 13090000
Kisenosato 73 4015000
Baruto 72 3960000
Kotoshogiku 61 3355000
Kakuryu 51 2805000
Kotooshu 40 2200000
Harumafuji 37 2035000
Ikioi 30 1650000
Goeido 29 1595000
Toyonoshima 26 1430000

Kakuryu is now the sole leader in the Makuuchi Yusho race after Kisenosato surprised Hakuho while Kakuryu took down Kotoshogiku with an uwatedashinage. Kisenosato's upset netted him 30 kensho, Kakuryu's eight. Baruto also picked up eight envelopes after thrusting fellow Ozeki Harumafuji off the dohyo.

Kotooshu collected 7 envelopes from a win over Aran and Goeido a single kensho from a quick victory over Shotenro.

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As of Day 14
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 270 14850000
Kisenosato 81 4455000
Baruto 72 3960000
Kakuryu 64 3520000
Kotoshogiku 61 3355000
Kotooshu 40 2200000
Harumafuji 37 2035000
Goeido 32 1760000
Ikioi 30 1650000
Homasho 27 1485000

Kakuryu threw down Kotooshu to remain in the Yusho lead heading into senshuraku. The victory added 13 envelopes to his total. Hakuho stayed a win behind, slapping down Harumafuji for 32 kensho of his own.

Kisenosato collected 8 envelopes after forcing out Baruto, while Goeido took home 3 from a win over Okinoumi.

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As of Day 15
Shikona Kensho Yen
Hakuho 310 17050000
Kisenosato 81 4455000
Baruto 72 3960000
Kotoshogiku 72 3960000
Kakuryu 64 3520000
Harumafuji 48 2640000
Goeido 42 2310000
Kotooshu 40 2200000
Homasho 30 1650000
Ikioi 30 1650000

Kakuryu was stunned by Goeido, while Hakuho took care of business against Baruto. The resulting kettei-sen went the Yokozuna's way as well after a hard fought bout with the Sekiwake. Kakuryu will have to console himself with two special prizes and a likely promotion to Ozeki.

Goeido earned 10 envelopes from his Yusho spoiling win, while Hakuho's win over Baruto netted the Yokozuna 40 envelopes. Kotoshogiku and Harumafuji took home 11 kensho apiece with Homasho adding 3 to his total.

Hakuho also claims the 10,000,000yen bonus that goes with winning the Makuuchi Yusho. The special prize winners and Juryo Yusho winner Kimikaze will collect 2,000,000yen each.

Edited by Zentoryu

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