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Yusho winner Andoreasu is on an Ozeki run, no doubt. Ganbatte!

As usual by now, 7-8 had to be considered as KK for banzuke making purposes in Juryo and below.

Kitakachiyama (Ye 9-6)      Y     
                            O     Pandaazuma (Ow 10-5)
Andoreasu (S1e 11-4)        S1    Kuroimori (K1e 9-6)
Fujiyama (K2e 9-6)          S2    Taka (K2w 8-7)
GONZABUROW (M3w 10-5)       K1    Asashosakari (S1w 7-8)
ScreechingOwl (S2w 7-8)     K2    Chishafuwaku (K1w Kosho)

Flohru (M2e 8-7)            M1    Ganzohnesushi (S2e 6-9)
Oskanohana (M1e 7-7-1)      M2    Randomitsuki (M1w 7-8)
Frinkanohana (M4e 8-7)      M3    Mariohana (M2w 7-8)
Susanoo (M3e 7-8)           M4    Sebunshu (M7w 9-5-1)
Konosato (M8e 9-6)          M5    Smoczayama (M13w 11-4)
Nomadwolf (M5e 7-8)         M6    Achiyama (M5w 7-8)
Jejima (M7e Kosho)          M7    Chocshoporyu (M8w 8-6-1)
Kaiomitsuki (M4w 6-9)       M8    Wamahada (M9w 8-7)
Kyokuhagyo (M9e Kosho)      M9    Gaijingai (M6e 6-9)
Haidouzo (M12w 8-7)         M10   Chisaiyama (M13e 8-7)
Tosahayate (M10w 7-8)       M11   Kintamayama (J1w 10-5)
Yassier (M6w 4-11)          M12   Bill (M16w 8-7)
Metzinowaka (M11e 6-9)      M13   Kotononami (M10e 5-10)
Taxinohana (M12e 6-9)       M14   Gawasukotto (J2e 8-7)
Jakusotsu (J3w 8-7)         M15   Mmikasazuma (M15w Kosho)
Fujisan (J4e 8-7)           M16   Gernobono (M16e 7-7-1)

Gurowake (M14e 5-10)        J1    Mischashimaru (M11w 3-12)
Kaiowaka (J10e 9-5-1)       J2    Takanorappa (J7w 8-7)
Kasamatsuri (M15e 4-11)     J3    Ruziklao (J2w 6-9)
Tainosen (J1e 5-10)         J4    Andonishiki (M14w 3-12)
Tenshinhan (J9w 8-7)        J5    Doitsuyama (J4w 6-9)
Shimodahito (J10w 8-6-1)    J6    Saruyama (J3e 5-7-3)
Unkonoyama (J13e 8-7)       J7    Profomisakari (J7e 6-9)
Maguroyama (J8e Kosho)      J8    Neko (J6e 5-8-2)
Bunijiman (J8w 6-8-1)       J9    Anjoboshi (ms3e 8-6-1)
Taikanute (J6w 4-11)        J10   Suwihuto (mz 8-7)
Hayaikaze (J5e 3-5-7)       J11   Domichi (J11e 6-7-2)
Senkoho (J12w 6-5-4)        J12   Manatsumai (J12e 5-10)
Kamogawa (J9e 3-11-1)       J13   Aome (J5w Kyujo)
Holleshoryu (J13w 4-10-1)   J14   Ayagawa (ms2e 4-10-1)

Wolfgangho (J14w 3-2-10)    ms1   Rikishimiezi (J11w Kyujo)
Chankoyama (mz 5-10)        ms2   Hana-ichi (ms1w 2-13)
Fatakiyama (J14e Kyujo)     ms3   Reijinguoshan (ms2w Kyujo)
Kuroinohana (ms3w Kyujo)    ms4   
                                  
Banzuke-gai:
Heikotoriki (ms1e)
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As usual by now, 7-8 had to be considered as KK for banzuke making purposes in Juryo and below.

The funny thing is, I just realized there hasn't been a single 7-8 in Juryo and below, but you know what I mean B-)

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With his incredible amount of tie-breaker points, Unkonoyama essentially wrapped up the yusho on day 14 already, so his loss on Senshuraku didn't really matter. He also won his second Kanto-sho in a row - omedeto!

Yusho:

J7e Unkonoyama (9-6) (Yusho winner...)

Kanto-sho:

J7e Unkonoyama (25)

Gino-sho:

K2w Chishafuwaku (11-11)

M9e Kyokuhagyo (11-11)

Shukun-sho:

K1w Asashosakari (4.357)

Congrats to all winners!

Thank you for playing, see ya in November.

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Old Unko is a bit of a mystery. He/she won Quad as well (snatching the yusho from my cold dead hands on senshuraku) and excelled in several games, especially Chain. Is this a new incarnation of an experienced player?

Shit name, though! ;)

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