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 What is my old enemy Anjoboshi doing on the banzuke gai list?

I hope he isn't retiring .

I will miss our battles on the bench sumo clay 

And if he does ,look at who hes left me.

  My old pain in the neck Iwakoko and Pandazuma

Wheres the challenge,they just are not in your class mate.

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I wasn't expecting to jump all the way up to J4, i might actually reach maegashira next basho. My gaming results were overall average but getting the bench makushita yusho made it all worth it in my eyes.

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Hi everyone!
 
Here are the possible 'milestones' for Bench Sumo players for the November basho 2020. 
 
A big shout-out to Takanorappa and his Bench Sumo stat page that made this email possible.
 
All the good stuff can be found here -->  <http://www.takanorappa.com/ichimons.htm>
 
There are NINE parts (four new ones added for the first time)....
 
1. The players at a new career high rank.
 
2. The number of active bashos (multiples of 10) - *if* the player turns up in September.
 
3. Players who have a chance (even if very remote) of going to a new 'multiple of 100' career wins in September.  
 
4. The current  top 20 leaderboard for the *all-time* total number of wins.
 
5. The current top 20 leaderboard for the highest win percentage for *active* players.
 
6. The top 20 biggest earners from the September 2020 basho.
 
7. The top 20 biggest earners of all time.
 
8. The top 20 kenso winners for the September 2020 basho.  (kensho are sponsorships for bouts)
 
9. The top 20 biggest kensho winners of all time.
 
Enjoy!
 
Jejima (BS rijicho)
 
At a career high rank
ms18E Baku (2nd time in-a-row on the list) - my 4 year old son, who will turn 5 on the second day of the basho!
ms11W Kuramarujo (after 47 bashos playing the game!)
ms10W Hakuryuho
ms1W Houmanumi (3rd time)  
ms1E Oyama (3rd time) 
 
J14E Kaito (4th time, shin-Juryo)
J13W Chelseayama (2nd time, shin-Juryo)
J9W Atenzan (5th time!)  
J5E Rikishimiezi (2nd time)
J4W Oortael
J4E Joaoiyama (4th time, shin-Juryo)
J3E Kishikaisei (4th time)
J1E Yangnomazuma
 
M14E chishafuwaku (back to his previously highest rank)
 
S1W Andoreasu (shin sanyaku, shin-sekiwake)
S1E Yassier 
O1E Norizo
Y1E Flohru (8th time)
 
Number of active bashos (If they are active in July 2020.)
.........10 
ms8E Homuburyuwa - 20
M8E Sakura - 20
.........30 
.........40 
.........50 
.........60 
.........70 
M7W Itachi - 80
M1W Damimonay - 80
ms3W Kotononami - 90
J12E shimodahito - 100
M15E Kitakachiyama - 100 
.........110  
.........120
 
Possible career win milestones this basho: (Current career wins in brackets)
 
100 wins
Nobody here
 
200 wins
ms9E Tenshinhan (190) - 3rd time
 
300 wins
Nobody here - 2nd time
 
400 wins
Nobody here - 4th time
 
500 wins
ms8W Bunijiman (489) - 2nd time
 
600 wins
J6E Holleshoryu (591)
 
700 wins
ms14E Watashi (690) - 2nd time
ms11E Nekonishiki (693) - 2nd time
ms12E Rowitoro (698) - 2nd time
 
800 wins
Nobody here
 
900 wins
K1E Gaijingai (894) - 2nd time
 
Top 20 winningest players of all-time
=1. (=) M11E Chijanofuji - 932
=1. (+1) M9E Jejima - 932
3. (=) M3E Kintamayama - 925
4. (=) J1W Oshirokita - 921
5. (=) K1E Gaijiingai - 894
6. (=)  J12W Takanorappa - 870
7. (=) Y1E Flohru - 837
8. (=)  J7E Sherlockiama - 824
9. (=) BG Doitsuyama* - 805
10. (=) J13E Jakusotsu - 800
 
11. (=)  O1E Norizo - 784
12. (=) M15E Kitakachiyama - 775
13. (=) M2E Pitinosato - 769
14. (=) J14W Fujisan - 753
15. (=) K1W Metzinowaka - 747
16. (=) ms17W Marushiki - 744
17. (=) BG Leonishiki* - 739
18. (=) J2W Frinkanohana - 729
=19. (=) J5E Rubensan - 728  
=19. (+1) J4W Konosato - 728 
 
*not currently active
 
Top 20 active players with the highest winning percentage
1. (=) Kaito (0.600)
2. (=) Oortael (0.589)
3. (+11) Chelseayama (0.573) 
4. (-1) Athenayama (0.560)
5. (+9) Oyama  (0.550)  
6. (=) Houmanumi (0.550)  
7. (-2) Sakura (0.544)
8. (NE) Kishikaisei (0.542)
9. (+8) Andoreasu (0.539)  
10. (+2) Yassier (0.5345)   
 
11. (-2) pandaazuma (0.5371) 
12. (-2) Flohru (0.53654)   
13. (-5) ScreechingOwl (0.53651)   
14. (-7) Golynohana (0.540)
15. (NE) Joaoiyama (0.533) 
16. (-3) Itachiyama (0.532)
17. (+1) Hokuyutaka (0.5302)   
18. (-7) Gurowake (0.5295)  
19. (-3) Saruyama (0.529)  
20. (NE) Metzinowaka (0.5242)
 
Top 20 biggest earners (with Sep '20 ranks) in September 2020 (in Yen)
1. O2W Norizo               22,575,100
2. M8E Kintamayama    10,409,700
3. Y1E Flohru                10,022,600
4. M6W Andoreasu           9,204,700
5. O1W Taka                    7,941,100
6. J12E Yangnomazuma  7,407,130
7. O1E Bill                       7,344,100
8. M1E Gaijingai             6,244,700
9. M9W Susanoo             6,151,700
10. M8W Pitinosato          6,027,700
 
11. S1W Yassier              5,853,700
12, M6E Damimonay      5,837,700
13. M7W Chijanofuji         5,829,700
14. M14E Kitakachiyama  5,737,700
15. M2E Itachi                   5,712,700
16. M10W Jejima               5,658,700
17. M3W Konosato           5,626,700
18. S1E Terarno               5,557,700
19. M10E Itachiyama         5,513,700
20. M15E Hokuyukata       5,202,700
 
Top 20 biggest earners of all time (in Yen)
1. Y1E Flohru                     1,037,857,810
2. K1E Gaijingai                 1,010,187,200
3. M3E Kintamayama           978,826,090
4. BG Doitsuyama*                950,895,880
5. M13W Itachiyama            924,426,190
6. BG Leonishiki*                   817,758,040
7. M11E Chijanofuji             802,319,150
8. BG Randomitsuki*           796,326,310
9. O1E Norizo                     775,060,370
10. M2E Pitinosato              760,229,900
 
11. BG Rannohana*              742,318,660
12. M4W Konosato             703,089,690
13. K1W Metzinowaka         697,519,220
14. M6W Susanoo              688,818,320
15. M9E Jejima                   666,732,460
16. J1W Oshirokita            655,788,230
17. J2W Frinkanohana       594,653,500
18. BG Ekigozan*               580,347,330
19. M1W Damimonay        564,911,280
20. M7W Itachi                   561,572,030
 
*Not currently active.
 
Top 20 kensho winners (with Sep '20 ranks) in September 2020
1. M6W Andoreasu          35
2. M9W Susanoo              28
=3. M8E Kintamayama     26
=3. M6E Damimonay       26
=5. O2W Norizo              25
=5. M10W Jejima           25
=5. M15E Hokuyutaka   25
8. M8W Pitinosato          24
=9. O1W Taka              23
=9. S1W Yassier           23
=9. M12W andonishiki 23
 
12. M11E Boltbutthamma 22
=13. M15W Achiyama     21
=13. M13W Tameiki       21
15. O1E Bill                    20
=16. Y1E Flohru             19
=16. M1E Gaijingai       19
=16. M2E Itachi            19
=16. M2W Sakura            19
=20. M7W Chijanofuji       18
=20. M14E Kitakachiyama 18
=20. M7E Ruziklao           18
 
Top 20 kensho winners of all time
1. K1E Gaijingai                  7413
2. Y1E Flohru                      7300
3. BG Doitsuyama*             7025
4. M3E Kintamayama          6605
5. BG Randomitsuki*           5960
6. M13W Itachiyama            5919
7. BG Rannohana*               5683
8. BG Leonishiki*                  5665
9. O1E Norizo                       5644
10. M2E Pitinosato               5600
 
11. M11E Chijanofuji             5267
12. M6W Susanoo                4999
13. M4W Konosato               4961
14. K1W Metzinowaka          4653
15. BG Ekigozan*                  3993
16. M1W Damimonay            3983
17. M7W Itachi                      3964
18. BG Takatamale*               3893
19. J1W Oshirokita                3843
20. M5E Rubensan                3667
 
*Not currently active
Edited by Jejima
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No biggie, but it's actually my 4th time at a new highest rank. Looks like the problem was introduced in Sept. when it said 2nd time for the...2nd time.

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My apologies to all. I actually received this message a long time ago from Marushiki - but somehow forgot to post it to everyone.
 
But here it is....
 
 
 
Venerable Rijicho.  
 
The BSYDC have met after the Basho and discussed the excellent result that Norizo had.  We would like to congratulate Norizo on his Yusho this Basho and we are excited to see where he goes from here on in.   
 
At this stage we feel we need to see how he does over the next Basho or 2 before consideration for the next big step and promotion to Yokozuna.  
 
We could also like to encourage our current Yokozuna Flohru, who had a respectable KK, to continue to do his best and uphold the prestigious rank.  We look forward to the coming Basho in November, and wish all Rikishi well. 
 
Marushiki (Chair BSYDC)
 
 
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Hi everyone!
 
We have a new winner for the Zentoryu Quality of Sumo Award (ZQoSA) for 2020!
 
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Norizo!
 
Omedetou Norizo!
 
Here are the full results for the year.  It is a little more complicated than usual, in order to compare to the final results for 2019 - as well as comparing to the results after September 2020.
 
REMEMBER regular brackets (   ) relate to last basho (Sep 2020).  Curly brackets {   }  refer to the results for last year {2019}.
 
So, it reads like this.
 
Current ZQoSA position - (Change from after September 2020) - {comparison to 2019 final position} - Rank on the November 2020 banzuke - {Rank on the November 2019 banzuke} - shikona - Total ZQoSA points from the previous 6 bashos - (points gain from after November 2020, basically November 2020 minus November 2019) - {comparison to total ZQoSA points for 2019}.
 
*REMEMBER* We only had five bashos in 2020, so the points scores for this year should normally be lower than for 2019.   
 

Over-and-out!  

Jejima

Sanyaku level
1. (=) {+1} O1E {O2W} Norizo 374 (-13) {-77}
2. (+2) {=} Y1E {Y1E} Flohru 370 (+41) {-81}
3. (+6) {+2} O2W {O1W} Taka 368 (+73) {-43}
4. (-2) {+5} M1E {M10W} Terarno 324 (-40) {-35}
5. (+6) {-1} M2W {S1E} pandaazuma 323 (+46) {-99}
6. (+2) {+15} S1W {M6E} Andoreasu 317 (+21) {+61}
7. (=) {+1} M4W {M3E} Konosato 311 (+10) {-54}
8. (-5) {-7} O1W {O1E} Bill 297 (-38) {-167}
9. (+17) {+32} M2E {J2E} Pitinosato 285 (+90) {+151}
=10. (-5) {+3} S1E {S1W} Yassier 281 (-29) {-61}
=10. (=) {+2} M4E {M4E} fujiyama 281 (-10) {-63}
 
Makunouchi level
12. (+2) {+27} M7W {J1E} Itachi 276 (+21) {+116}
13. (+7) {+16} K1E {M10E} Gaijingai 271 (+49) {+74}
14. (-1) {-4} M7E {M5E} toonoryu 267 (0) {-83}
15. (-3) {+9} M5W {M6W} ScreechingOwl 262 (-9) {+29}
16. (=) {+7} K1W {M9E} Metzinowaka 259 (+11) {+24}
17. (-2) {+40} M8E {M13W} Sakura 254 (0) {+186}
18. (-12) {-4} M10W {M5W} Gawasukotto 253 (-50) {-85}
19. (=) {+6} M1W {M1W} Damimonay 233 (+9) {+5}
=20. (-3) {-5} M9E {K1E} Jejima 219 (-8) {-109}
=20. (+3) {+31} M12E {J4W} Unkonoyama 219 (+12) {+129}
22. (=) {+6} M6E {M3} Ruziklao 218 (+9) {+1}
23. (+12) {-7} M5E {K1W} Rubensan 217 (+58) {-106}
24. (+3) {+11} M3W {M17E} Hokuyutaka 214 (+26) {+46}
25. (+3) {+11} M8W {M8W} tainosen 210 (+32) {+43}
26. (-9) {-8} M3E {M2W} Kintamayama 209 (-18) {-86}
27. (-3) {+11} M11E {M14W} Chijanofuji 199 (0) {+36}
28. (-3) {-9} M10E {M12W} Achiyama 198 (+1) {-96}
29. (+12) {+40} M14E {J13W} chishafuwaku 195 (+82) {+170}
30. (-2) {+2} M11W {M11W} andonishiki 174 (-4) {+1}
31. (+2) {=} M9W {M9W} Boltbutthamma 166 (+2) {-8}
32. (-11) {-25} M6W {M2E} Susanoo 165 (-51) {-202}
33. (+3) {+40} M15E Kitakachiyama 158 (+18) {+112}
=34. (-1) {-4} M13E {M16W} Jakusotsu 145 (-19) {-35}
=34. (-3) {-28} M16E {M1E} Chocshoporyu 145 (-21) {-229}
36. (-6) {+24} M13W {J3E} Tameiki 143 (-29) {+87}
37. (-6) {+10} J1W {M17W} Oshirokita 128 (-38) {+9}
38. (-1) {-21} M17W {M11E} Yamashade 120 (-19) {-196}
39. (+6) {+7} J2W {M14E} Frinkanohana 103 (+10) {-17}
40. (-2) {-30} INTAI {M4W} Ihopeso 102 (-34) {-248}
41. (+3) {-8} M16W {M16E} Kitahotaru 99 (+2) {-73}
=42. (+1) {-2} M13W {J2E} Itachiyama 98 (-12) {-41}
=42. (+7) {+6} M17E {M12E} Getayukata 98 (+20) {-6}
 
Juryo level
44. (-2) {-17} J14W {M7E} Fujisan 95 (-17) {-127}
45. (+20) {-2} M15W {J6W} Kaiowaka 86 (+48) {-44}
46. (-7) {-26} J8W {M8E} iwakoko 84 (-47) {-200}
47. (-7) {-13} J2E {M15W} mischashimaru 82 (-34) {-88}
=48. (+8) {+17} M14W {ms4E} tokugawa 81 (+20) {+43}
=48. (=) {-3} J8E {J5E} Hana-ichi 81 (+2) {-43}
50. (+4) {=} J6E {J12W} Holleshoryu 80 (+17) {-13}
51. (+12) {NE} J1E {ms15W} Yangnomazuma 75 (+31 {+75})
=52. (-6) {-30} J7W {M7W} Gurowake 73 (-14) {-163}
=52. (-1) {+3} J7E {J10W} Sherlockiama 73 (+4) {+3}
=54. (-3) {+13} J11E {J9W} Unagiyutaka 69 (0) {+40}
=54. (-1) {-2} J3W {J4E} Saruyama 69 (+5) {-15}
56. (+6) {NE} J4W {ms11E} Oortael 67 (+20) {+67}
57. (-10) {-5} J9E {J3W} Mukanibaru 60 (-26) {-24}
58. (-9) {-4} ms2E {J10E} Heiyu 58 (-20) {-23}
=59. (-2) {+14} J10E {J11E} kuroimori 55 (-5) {+36}
=59. (+5) {+17} J10W {ms3E} Golynohana 55 (+14) {+43}
61. (-7) {-12} J13E {J5W} GONZABUROW 47 (-16) {-51}
62. (+4) {+4} J12E {J11W} shimodahito 43 (+6) {+6}
63. (-2) {-26} J6W {M15E} Tsunamiko 38 (-12) {-127} 
=64. (-6) {-5} ms4E {J6E} Gansekiiwa 36 (-22) {-22}
=64. (+3) {+14} J5E {J14W} Rikishimiezi 36 (+3) {+26}
66. (-6) {-22} ms9E {J1W} Tenshinhan 35 (-17) {-93}
67. (+1) {NE} J9W {ms16E} Atenzan 33 (+3) {+33}
68. (+5) {NE} J12W {ms10E} Takanorappa 29 (+16) {+29}
69. (+2) {NE} J3E {ms14E} Kishikaisei 25 (+3) {+25}
70. (-11) {-44} BG {M13E} Haidouzo 20 (-33) {-204}
 
Makushita level
=71. (-2) {-9} ms5W {J7W} Mmikasazuma 19 (-9) {-30}
=71. (NE) {NE} J4E {ms9W} Joaoiyama 19 (+19) {+19}
=73. (NE) {NE} J13W {ms18W} Chelseayama 15 (+15) {+15}
=73. (NE) {NE} J14E {unranked} Kaito 15 (+15) {+15}
75. (=) {-5} J5W {J8W} Hironoumi 11 (+4) {-13}
=76. (-2) {-8} ms3E {J8E} wolfgangho 10 (-2) {-18}
=76. (NE) {-16} J11W {ms13W} Roundeye 10 (+10) {+10}
78. (-8) {-36} ms2W {J12E} Furanohana 9 (-16) {-122}
79. (-3) {-15} ms7W {ms4W} Kyodaitimu 6 (0) {-37}
80. (-3) {-4} ms7E {ms6E} Nantonoyama 4 (0) {-8}
81. (-1) {-6} BG {ms8W} Anjoboshi 0 (0) {0}
82. (-3) {-8} ms15E {J13E} Kasamatsuri -2 (-3) {-20}

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Hi everyone,

This is the last banzuke that Kaiomitsuki (who has been doing this for at least a decade, I think) will be actively helping with. He will remain as a banzuke maker emeritus, joining the ranks of Kintamayama, Ekigozan and Asashosakari, available for consultation as  and when needed.

Jejima and Flohru were the other two banzuke makers.

This was quite a difficult banzuke to put together. There is a LOT of bad banzuke luck. So, if you ended up with an MK, be warned, you might have been demoted further than you expect. There is some good banzuke luck too (not as much as the bad luck, I think) for some players.

There is a big shake-up of the two top divisions, as we have SIX players promoted from Juryo joining Makunouchi. At the other end of the banzuke, only two players have been promoted from Makushita to Juryo.

Anyway, here it is....

Jejima

 

Flohru (Y1E, 8-7)                               Y1
Taka (O2W, 8-7)                                O1          Norizo (O1E, 7-8)
Andoreasu (S1W, 9-6)                    S1           Pitinosato (M2E, 12-3)
                                                            S2           Bill (O1W, 6-9)
Gaijingai (K1E, 9-6)                          K1           pandaazuma (M2W, 10-5)

Damimonay (M1W, 8-7)             M1         toonoryu (M7E, 11-4)
Metzinowaka (K1W, 7-8)              2              Rubensan (M5E, 9-6)
fujiyama (M4E, 8-7)                       3              Konosato (M4W, 8-7)
chishafuwaku (M14E, 13-2)          4              Terarno (M1E, 6-9)
Ruziklao (M6E, 8-7)                         5              Susanoo (M6W, 8-7)
Boltbutthamma (M9W, 9-6)        6              Itachi (M7W, 8-7)                
Hokuyutaka (M3W, 7-8)                 7              Achiyama (M10E, 9-6)
Sakura (M8E, KOSHO)                    8              Chijanofuji (M11E, 9-6)
Kintamayama (M3E, 6-9)               9              Yassier (S1E, 3-12)
ScreechingOwl (M5W, 6-9)          10           tainosen (M8W, 7-8)
Unkonoyama (M12E, 8-7)            11           Jejima (M9E, 7-8)
Yangnomazuma (J1E, 11-4)          12           Tameiki (M12W, KOSHO)
Kaiowaka (M15W, 9-6)                  13           Frinkanohana (J2W, 11-4)
Kitakachiyama (M15E, 8-7)           14           andonishiki (M11W, 6-9)
Yamashade (M17W, 8-7)              15           Gawasukotto (M10W, 5-10)
Saruyama (J3W, 9-6)                       16           Hana-ichi (J8E, 11-4)
Holleshoryu (J6E, 9-6)              17           Joaoiyama (J4E, 8-7)

Itachiyama (M13W, 5-10)            J1            Oortael (J4W, 8-7)
mischashimaru (J2E, KOSHO)      2              Chocshoporyu (M16E, 6-9)
tokugawa (M14W, 5-10)                 3              Jakusotsu (M13E, 4-11)
Kitahotaru (M16W, 5-10)              4              Getayukata (M17E, 5-10)
Fujisan (J14W, 10-5)                        5              Rikishimiezi (J5E, 7-8)
Takanorappa (J12W, 9-6)              6              Golynohana (J10W, 8-7)
Unagiyutaka (J11E, 8-7)                 7              Sherlockiama (J7E, 7-8)
Gurowake (J7W, 7-8)                     8              Oshirokita (J1W, 4-11)
Mukanibaru (J9E, KOSHO)            9              iwakoko (J8W, 7-8)
Kishikaisei (J3E, 4-11)                      10           Oyama (ms1E, 10-5)
Kaito (J14E, 9-6)                            11           shimodahito (J12E, 8-7)
kuroimori (J10E, 7-8)                       12           Chelseayama (J13W, 8-7)
Roundeye (J11W, 7-8)                   13           Hironoumi (J5W, 4-11)
Tsunamiko (J6W, 4-11)                  14           Houmanumi (ms1W, 8-7)

Wamahada (ms5E, 9-6)               ms1        Furanohana (ms2W, 8-7)
Mmikasazuma (ms5W, 9-6)         2              Kotononami (ms3W, 8-7)
GONZABUROW (J13E, 6-9)           3              Athenayama (ms6E, 9-6)
Marushiki (ms17W, 13-2)              4              Tenshinhan (ms9E, 10-5)
Atenzan (J9W, 4-11)                       5              Aminoumi (ms15W, 12-3)
Fujiko (ms6W, 8-7)                          6              Heiyu (ms2E, 7-8)
Bunijiman (ms8W, 8-7)                  7              Domichi (ms10E, 8-7)
Nantonoyama (ms7E, 7-8)           8              Maeden (ms16E, 10-5)
Kintsubasa (ms13W, 9-6)              9              wolfgangho (ms3E, 5-10)
Kyodaitimu (ms7W, 7-8)               10           Kashunowaka (ms14W, 8-7)
Homuburyuwa (ms8E, 6-9)          11           Hakuryuho (ms10W, 7-8)
Oskanohana (ms9W, 6-9)             12           kamogawa (ms12W, KOSHO)

Rowitoro (ms12E, 7-8)                   13           Basoyama (ms16W, 8-7)
Kuramarujo (ms11W, 6-9)            14           Hibarifuji (ms19W, 8-7)
Watashi (ms14E, 7-8)                      15           Kasamatsuri (ms15E, 7-8)
Kitanoyama (ms13E, 6-9)              16           Akokoneko (ms17E, 7-8)
VESHANA (ms19E, 7-8)                  17           Nekonishiki (ms11E, 3-12)
aoyume (ms20E, 5-10)                   18           Baku (ms18E, 4-11)
Akishiki (ms18W, 3-12)                  19
 

Banzuke-gai
Gansekiiwa (ms4E, 0-0-15)
Kofujinokami (ms4W, 0-0-15)

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On 17/02/2020 at 16:10, Joaoiyama said:

My goal is getting the juryo yusho this year and reaching makuuchi by hatsu 2021, i feel confident this year!

Called it, got makushita yusho though but hey i only spent one basho at juryo. (Dancingofjoy...)

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1 hour ago, Jejima said:

There is a LOT of bad banzuke luck.

I hope your wife doesn't look too closely. B-)

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Big thanks for the banzuke, and tip of the cap to Kaiomitsuki for his work.

I received both good and bad luck on this banzuke as I go up 3 ranks with a 8-7, but also Joaoiyama managed to reach Makunouchi from the same J4 8-7.

I gotta work harder on this (Showingoff...) !

Congrats to all, and see you for 2021 !

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1 minute ago, Oortael said:

... but also Joaoiyama managed to reach Makunouchi from the same J4 8-7.

I'm pretty sure Itachiyama would have received the Nishikigi treatment in Ozumo, but the Bench Banzuke has always been proclaimed to be more dynamic.

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1 hour ago, Oortael said:

Big thanks for the banzuke, and tip of the cap to Kaiomitsuki for his work.

I received both good and bad luck on this banzuke as I go up 3 ranks with a 8-7, but also Joaoiyama managed to reach Makunouchi from the same J4 8-7.

I gotta work harder on this (Showingoff...) !

Congrats to all, and see you for 2021 !

it was not exactly the same, it was east and west,

and only one one place was available.

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54 minutes ago, Pitinosato said:

it was not exactly the same, it was east and west,

and only one one place was available.

Itachiyama and Holleshoryu were also in the mix around those ranks, tough calls.

 

On another note, in hatsu i'm going to be on that sweet M17 spot... (Scratchingchin...)

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