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FINAL - RotoSumo Standings (Kyushu 2013)

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Terarno wins the Makuuchi Yusho (along with the Shukun-Sho and Kanto-Sho)

Sukubidubidu takes the Juryo Championship and Kitanoyama the Makushita crown.

Terarno (M12E)	        1455	12-3 Shukun-sho, Kanto-sho
Torafujii (M5E)	        1421	11-4
Frinkanohana (O1E)	1391	10-5
Nomadwolf (M2E) 	1387	10-5
Larissi (M4W)   	1386	10-5 Gino-sho
Doitsuyama (M10W)	1386	10-5
Zentoryu (M13E)  	1379	10-5
Kaiomitsuki (M4E)	1363	9-6
Jejima (M6E)    	1349	9-6
Achiyama (M11E) 	1346	9-6
Vikanohara (M9E)	1341	8-7
Andoreasu (O2W) 	1339	8-7
Gibuten (M1W)   	1337	8-7
Fatakiyama (M10E)	1333	8-7
Randomitsuki (M3W)	1330	8-7
Takanorappa (S1W)	1326	8-7
Kitakachiyama (K1W)	1309	7-8
Flohru (M14E)   	1308	7-8
Oskanohana (S2E)	1306	7-8
Konosato (M5W)  	1303	7-8
Andonishiki (M2W)	1303	7-8
Susanoo (M7W)   	1301	7-8
Pandaazuma (S1E)	1297	7-8
Kotononami (M15E)	1297	7-8
ScreechingOwl (M7E)	1296	7-8
Ganzohnesushi (M8W)	1295	7-8
Choshu-Yuki (M3E)	1295	7-8
Gaijingai (K1E) 	1291	7-8
Hironoumi (K2W) 	1286	7-8
Chisaiyama (M11W)	1285	7-8
Bafa (O1W)      	1283	7-8
GONZABUROW (M1E)	1278	6-9
Norizo (Y1E)    	1273	6-9
Hogashi (M13W)   	1265	6-9
Heikotoriki (M6W)	1258	6-9
Fuseigou (M15W) 	1252	6-9
Tosahayate (M12W)	1249	5-10
Aome (M14W)     	1240	5-10
Bill (M8E)      	1233	5-10
Mariohana (S2W)  	1217	4-11
Takanosushi (K2E)	1206	4-11

Sukubidubidu (J6E)	1422	12-3
Ketsukai (J10W)  	1377	10-5
Seki Haruaki (J8E)	1374	10-5
Saruyama (J5E)  	1354	9-6
Senkoho (J14E)  	1346	9-6   Kanto-sho
KikoCookie (J11W)	1339	9-6   Shukun-sho, Gino-sho
Ruziklao (J4W)  	1332	9-6
Fukurou (J1W)   	1314	8-7
Metzinowaka (J6W)	1312	8-7
Leonishiki (J5W)	1312	8-7
Asashosakari (J2E)	1312	8-7
Feginowaka (J9E)	1307	8-7
Zenjimoto (J4E) 	1290	7-8
Kuroimori (J7E)  	1282	7-8
Profomisakari (J13W)	1280	7-8
Hakajusakari (J9W)	1263	7-8
Mischashimaru (J12E)	1257	6-9
Kaiowaka (J1E)  	1251	6-9
Chishafuwaku (J12W)	1233	6-9
Tainosen (J8W)  	1207	5-10
Mmikasazuma (J11E)	1205	5-10
Taka (J7W)      	1186	4-11
Choconofuji (J3E)	1172	4-11

Kitanoyama (ms4E)	1499	7-0   Shukun-sho, Gino-sho
Anjoboshi (ms8E)	1393	5-2
Tsunamiko (NR)  	1387	5-2
Onigashima (ms8W)	1381	5-2   Kanto-sho
Veshana (ms10E)  	1377	5-2
Fujiyama (ms2W)  	1358	5-2
Kyodaitimu (ms4W)	1356	5-2
Wamahada (ms5W)  	1346	4-3
Takanokaze (ms9W)	1334	4-3
Nagayama (ms9E) 	1321	4-3
Sherlockiama (ms6W)	1319	4-3
Marushiki (ms12W)	1294	4-3
Sebunshu (ms1E) 	1253	3-4
Maruyama (ms7E) 	1247	3-4
Fujisan (ms7W)  	1224	2-5
Hayaikaze (ms2E)	1223	2-5
Asanomeshi (NR) 	1190	2-5
Arawaka (ms3W)  	1180	2-5
Asabiru (ms1W)  	1135	1-6
Mariomaru (ms3E)	1019	0-7

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Thank for running this game, it is one of my favorite. I am curious concerning the methodology of determining the W-L records. D doo you have a scale with fixed values for each W-L pt. based on 0-maximum points possible or do you perhaps create a spread based on the actual point spread each basho?

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Thank for running this game, it is one of my favorite. I am curious concerning the methodology of determining the W-L records. D doo you have a scale with fixed values for each W-L pt. based on 0-maximum points possible or do you perhaps create a spread based on the actual point spread each basho?

I have three different scales I use for win/loss distribution. They are all based on the same method, which basically compares a players point total to the average for all players in his (or her) division and awards wins based on the difference.

I've used charts #1 and #2 since the game debuted some ten years ago, while chart #3 has only been in use for about 3 years. Now which one I use depends on a couple of factors. First factor is how tight the scoring is compared to the average. If the scoring spread is large, I will use chart #1 or #3. If the spread is very tight around the average, I use chart #2. Second factor I consider is which chart produces the best overall balance between total wins and losses for all players in their division. Chart 3 is very similar to #1 with some minor alterations and is the one that gets used the most these days since it tends to fit both criteria very well (most of the time, anyway). For instance, Chart #3 was used for all three divisions this basho.

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I wonder how much better this would have been if I had picked Tamawashi, Kitataiki or even 'only' Tokitenku instead of Jokoryu ?

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