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I am trying to understand the above figures, however no idea so far. As a regular bench participant I also checked the tables whether my Shikona is part of it, however, not found so far.

Can anybody help?

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Hi Andreas, this has to do with the quality of your daily aites.... The higher they are ranked the more points you can collect. A win in Makushita doesn‘t bring you any point while wins vs. Yokozuna or Ozeki are worth 14 resp. 12 points. I assume you spent 2019 all 6 Basho in Makushita, that’s why you are not on this list. Only wins vs. Sekitori (Makuuchi and Juryo) are counted. Alles klar?

Ganzohnesushi

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15 hours ago, Ganzohnesushi said:

Hi Andreas, this has to do with the quality of your daily aites.... The higher they are ranked the more points you can collect. A win in Makushita doesn‘t bring you any point while wins vs. Yokozuna or Ozeki are worth 14 resp. 12 points. I assume you spent 2019 all 6 Basho in Makushita, that’s why you are not on this list. Only wins vs. Sekitori (Makuuchi and Juryo) are counted. Alles klar?

Ganzohnesushi

And (unlike the early days) the points are only given if you are ranked in one of the top two divisions. So a Makushita player defeating a Juryo player gets zero points.

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22 hours ago, Ganzohnesushi said:

...  I assume you spent 2019 all 6 Basho in Makushita, that’s why you are not on this list. Only wins vs. Sekitori (Makuuchi and Juryo) are counted. 

So with the help of some banzuke luck, I'll start compiling QoS points as soon as Hatsu. (Bow...)

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1 hour ago, Oortael said:

So with the help of some banzuke luck, I'll start compiling QoS points as soon as Hatsu. (Bow...)

You may think about the contents of the envelope for the Banzuke committee  ;-)

Ganzohnesushi

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38 minutes ago, Ganzohnesushi said:

You may think about the contents of the envelope for the Banzuke committee  ;-)

Ganzohnesushi

I don't think this is necessary. You just have to look at the quality of my sumo ... from the seat of your brand new Tesla Cybertruck that should be arriving at your location any hours now ! 

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29 minutes ago, Oortael said:

I don't think this is necessary. You just have to look at the quality of my sumo ... from the seat of your brand new Tesla Cybertruck that should be arriving at your location any hours now ! 

Nice... but this won‘t help for Bench Sumo as Í´m not involved in Banzuke making there. But of course I will consider your new Banzuke Position in SalaryCap, Odd Sumo and ISP...

 Ganzohnesushi 

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Oh so this is how it works ....

40 minutes ago, Ganzohnesushi said:

Nice... but this won‘t help for Bench Sumo as Í´m not involved in Banzuke making there. But of course I will consider your new Banzuke Position in SalaryCap, Odd Sumo and ISP...

 Ganzohnesushi 

Oh, so this is how it works ....   :-P

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Hi all,

Here is the new banzuke for January 2020. It was put together by Flohru (who did the heavy lifting with the 'compromise' banzuke making this time), Kaiomitsuki and Jejima, with Asashosakari, Kintamayama and Ekigozan looking on.

Enjoy!

Jejima

Flohru (Y1E, 5-10)                  Y1
Bill (O1E, 10-5)                        O1  Norizo (O2W, 8-7)
                                             O2  Taka (O1W, KOSHO)
Susanoo (M2E, 11-4)              S1  Damimonay (M1W, 8-7)
Terarno (M10W, 12-3)              K1  Rubensan (K1W, KOSHO)

pandaazuma (S1E, 7-8)          M1  Yassier (S1W, 7-8)
Konosato (M3E, 8-7)                2   Gawasukotto (M5W, 9-6)
Andoreasu (M6E, 9-6)              3   fujiyama (M4E, 8-7)
Kintamayama (M2W, 7-8)        4   toonoryu (M5E, 8-7)
Jejima (K1E, 5-10)                   5   Yamashade (M11E, 10-5)
Chocshoporyu (M1E, 5-10)     6   iwakoko (M8E, 8-7)
Ihopeso (M4W, 6-9)               7   Metzinowaka (M9E, 8-7)
Boltbutthamma (M9W, 8-7)           8   tainosen (M8W, KOSHO)
Chijanofuji (M14W, 10-5)   9   Achiyama (M12W, 9-6)  
Ruziklao (M3W, 5-10)      10  ScreechingOwl (M6W, 6-9)
Fujisan (M7E, 6-9)        11  Gaijingai (M10E, 7-8)
Getayukata (M12E, KOSHO)  12  andonishiki (M11W, 7-8)
Gurowake (M7W, 5-10)                  13  Sakura (M13W, KOSHO)
Itachiyama (J2E, 10-5)                   14  Haidouzo (M13E, 7-8)
Tameiki (J3E, 10-5)       15  Hokuyutaka (M17E, 8-7)
Oshirokita (M17W, 8-7)    16  Unkonoyama (J4W, 10-5)
Itachi (J1E, 8-7)         17  Mukanibaru (J3W, 9-6)

Gansekiiwa (J6E, 10-5)    J1  Pitinosato (J2W, 8-7)
Hana-ichi (J5E, 9-6)                       2  mischashimaru (M15W, 7-8)
GONZABUROW (J5W, 9-6)          3  Frinkanohana (M14E, 6-9)
Jakusotsu (M16W, 7-8)     4   Tenshinhan (J1W, 7-8)
Heiyu (J10E, 10-5)        5   Tsunamiko (M15E, 4-11)
Saruyama (J4E, 7-8)       6   Kitakachiyama (J7E, 8-7)
Kitahotaru (M16E, 4-11)   7   Mariohana (J9E, 8-7)
Unagiyutaka (J9W, 8-7)    8   Furanohana (J12E, 9-6)
Sherlockiama (J10W, 8-7)  9   kuroimori (J11E, 8-7)
chishafuwaku (J13W, 9-6)  10  Mmikasazuma (J7W, 6-9)
Golynohana (ms3E, 10-5)   11  Rikishimiezi (J14W, 8-7)
shimodahito (J11W, 7-8)   12  Kyodaitimu (ms4W, 10-5)
Holleshoryu (J12W, 7-8)   13  Kaiowaka (J6W, 4-11)
Oortael (ms11E, 12-3)     14  Kasamatsuri (J13E, 7-8)

Homuburyuwa (J14E, 7-8)   ms1 wolfgangho (J8E, 4-11)
Kofujinokami (ms12W, 11-4) 2   tokugawa (ms4E, 8-7)
Hironoumi (J8W, 3-12)     3   Watashi (ms2E, 7-8)
Sebunshu (ms3W, 7-8)      4   Rowitoro (ms1W, 6-9)
Bunijiman (ms5E, KOSHO)   5   Roundeye (ms13W, 10-5)
Nantonoyama (ms6E, KOSHO) 6   Kotononami (ms8E, 8-7)
Anjoboshi (ms8W, 8-7)     7   Aminoumi (ms15E, 10-5)
Basoyama (ms2W, 5-10)     8   Atenzan (ms16E, 10-5)
Kintsubasa (ms9E, KOSHO)  9   Oskanohana (ms10W, 8-7)
aoyume (ms7E, 7-8)        10  Fujiko (ms1E, 4-11)
Athenayama (ms18E, 10-5)  11  Yangnomazuma (ms15W, 9-6)
Joaoiyama (ms9W, 7-8)     12  Nekonishiki (ms5W, 5-10)
kamogawa (ms6W, 5-10)     13  VESHANA (ms12E, 7-8)
Kishikaisei (ms14E, KOSHO) 14  Takanorappa (ms10E, 6-9)
Houmanumi (ms19E, 9-6)    15  Hibarifuji (ms11W, 6-9)
Wamahada (ms7W, 4-11)     16  Kitanoyama (ms17W, 8-7)
Chelseayama (ms18W, 8-7)  17  Akokoneko (ms14W, 5-10)
Marushiki (ms13E, 4-11)   18  Domichi (ms16W, 5-10)
Maeden (ms17E, 5-10)      19

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Hi everyone,
 
I have received the following missive from the honorable Maruzhiki-zeki, chair of the Bench Sumo Yokozuna Deliberation Council...
 
Jejima (BS rijicho)
 
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Venerable Rijicho Jejima
 
The BSYDC have met and debated Flohru's first Basho as Yokozuna.
 
It is understandable that standing in such a lofty position, can lead to the odd jittering of nerves the first time you are up there.  Though Flohru's record this Basho was not exactly what is expected of a Yokozuna, we do understand that he needs time to settle into his role. 
 
Currently we feel that, and as no Yokozuna in the Live Sumo would be asked to retire after one poor performance.  We will be give Flohru the chance to give his best for the first Basho of 2020. 
 
We offer Flohru our encouragement and support.   We look forward to seeing how the new season of Sumo turns out for everyone, and how a new perspective on the game can improve for Flohru's chances. 
 
On behalf of the BSYDC, I would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and merry festive seasons greetings to all, and may 2020 bring good things to all. 
 
 Marushiki (Chair BSYDC)
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This is a bit old news now - but I notice that I forgot to post it last November. So, better late than never....

Hi everyone!
 
We have a new winner for the Zentoryu Quality of Sumo Award (ZQoSA) for 2019!
 
It is....
 
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Bill!
 
Omedetou Bill!
 
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 2018 - as well as comparing to the results after September 2019.
 
REMEMBER regular brackets (   ) relate to last basho.  Curly brackets {   }  refer to last year {2018}.
 
So, it reads like this.
 
Current ZQoSA position - (Change from after September 2019) - {comparison to 2018 final position} - Rank on the November 2019 banzuke - {Rank on the November 2018 banzuke} - shikona - Total ZQoSA points from the previous 6 bashos - (points gain from after November 2019, basically November 2019 minus November 2018) - {comparison to total ZQoSA points for 2018}.
 
There are lots of interesting stories within the numbers if you take a look. Sadly, I have no time to say more - so you will need to see for yourselves.

Over-and-out!  

Jejima

Sanyaku level
1. (+3) {+6} O1E {S2E} Bill 464 (+6) {+68}
=2. (-1) {+4} Y1E {S1E} Flohru 451 (-64) {+49}
=2. (+3) {+2} O2W {K1E} Norizo 451 (-4) {+27}
4. (-1) {+7} S1E {M1W} pandaazuma 422 (-38) {+53}
5. (-3) {+21} O1W {M8W} Taka 411 (-65) {+162}
6. (+2) {-3} M1E {O1E} Chocshoporyu 374 (+21) {-60}
7. (+4) {+6} M2E {M4W} Susanoo 367 (+30) {-56}
8. (+2) {+29} M3E {M12E} Konosato 365 (+16) {+184}
9. (+5) {+7} M10W {K1W} Terarno 359 (+44) {+57}
=10. (-3) {+24} M4W {M9W} Ihopeso 350 (-18) {+152}
=10. (+2) {+15} M5E {M7W} toonoryu 350 (+30) {+97}
 
Makunouchi level
12. (+6) {+27} M4E {J1W} fujiyama 344 (+46) {+204}
13. (-4) {-8} S1W {K2E} Yassier 342 (-9) {-64}
14. (+6) {=} M5W {S2W} Gawasukotto 338 (+71) {+31}
15. (=) {+36} K1E {J3W} Jejima 328 (+15) {+230}
16. (-10) {+7} K1W {M5E} Rubensan 323 (-59) {+67}
17. (=) {+5} M11E {M8E} Yamashade 316 (+12) {+59}
18. (-5) {=} M2W {M5W} Kintamayama 295 (-23) {+11}
19. (=) (-11) M12W {M7E} Achiyama 294 (+5) {-93}
20. (+2) {+40} M8E {J5W} iwakoko 284 (+28) {+225}
21. (+3) {+26} M6E {M15E} Andoreasu 256 (+7) {+134}
22. (-6) {-20} M7W {M2E} Gurowake 236 (-75) {-206}
23. (+3) {-13} M9E {M4E} Metzinowaka 235 (0) {-137}
24. (-3) {-23} M6W {O2E} ScreechingOwl 233 (-24) {-224}
25. (+4) {+8} M1W {M9E} Damimonay 228 (+25) {-70}
26. (+2) {+9} M13E {M13W} Haidouzo 224 (-1) {+28}
27. (=) {+19} M7E {M15W} Fujisan 222 (-7) {+97}
28. (-5) {-1} M3W {M3W} Ruziklao 217 (-36) {-22}
29. (+8) {-3} M10E {M13E} Gaijingai 197 (+35) {-19}
30. (+2) {-10} M16W {M6E} Jakusotsu 180 (+12) {-92}
31. (+13) {+32} M9W {J7E} Boltbutthamma 174 (+37) {+124}
32. (+1) {+18} M11W {J2W} andonishiki 173 (+6) {+63}
33. (-3) {-6} M16E {M6W} Kitahotaru 172 (-24) {-67}
34. (+5) {-1} M15W {M10W} mischashimaru 170 (+22) {-39}
35. (+8) {+8} M17E {J6W} Hokuyutaka 168 (+29) {+37}
36. (-11) {-27} M8W {M2W} tainosen 167 (-70) {-208}
37. (-2) {-1} M15E {M11E} Tsunamiko 165 (-1) {-22}
38. (+7) {+7} M14W {J4E} Chijanofuji 163 (+38) {+34}
39. (-8) {-27} J1E {M3E} Itachi 160 (-13) {-176}
40. (+2) {-16} J2E {M1E} Itachiyama 139 (-4) {-116}
41. (-8) {-26} J2W {S1W} Pitinosato 134 (-33) {-171}
42. (-4) {-23} J12E {M10E} Furanohana 131 (-20) {-151}
 
Juryo level
43. (-7) {+4} J6W {M12W} Kaiowaka 130 (-34) {+8}
44. (+2) {+24} J1W {J12W} Tenshinhan 128 (+6) {+91}
45. (-5) {+8} J5E {M14W} Hana-ichi 124 (-21) {+31}
46. (+3) {-7} M14E {J8W} Frinkanohana 120 (+18) {-20}
47. (=) {-18} M17W {M16W} Oshirokita 119 (+13) {-119}
48. (-7) {-7} M12E {M11W} Getayukata 104 (-40) {-32}
49. (+2) {+2} J5W {J4W} GONZABUROW 98 (+13) {0}
50. (-2) {-9} J12W {M17E} Holleshoryu 93 (-10) {-43}
51. (+7) {+7} J4W {J8E} Unkonoyama 90 (+28) {-20}
=52. (+5) {-31} J4E {M16E} Saruyama 84 (+18) {-183}
=52. (-2) {+14} J3E {J9W} Mukanibaru 84 (-8) {+36}
54. (+5) {NE} J10E {ms7W} Heiyu 81 (+20) {+81}
55. (-3) {-17} J10W {J7W} Sherlockiama 70 (-11) {-78}
56. (-3) {+5} J14E {J11E} Homuburyuwa 69 (-10) {+15}
57. (-3) {+15} M13W {J12E} Sakura 68 (-7) {+47}
58. (-3) {-15} ms13W {J1E} Roundeye 65 (-5) {-66}
59. (+5) {NE} J6E {NE} Gansekiiwa 58 (+22) {+58}
60. (+9) {NE} J3E {NE} Tameiki 56 (+29) {+56}
61. (-1) {-12} J9E {J5E} Mariohana 50 (-9) {-61}
62. (=) {=} J7W {J11W} Mmikasazuma 49 (+2) {-2}
63. (+8) {+17} J7E {ms10W} Kitakachiyama 46 (+22) {+45}
64. (-3) {+10} ms4W {J10W} Kyodaitimu 43 (-14) {+29}
65. (-9) {-34} ms4E {M14E} tokugawa 38 (-31) {-180}
66. (-1) {+4} J11W {ms4E} shimodahito 37 (+7) {+13}
67. (+7) {NE} J9W {ms7E} Unagiyutaka 29 (+14) {+29}
68. (+2) {NE} J8E {ms8W} wolfgangho 28 (+2) {+28}
69. (-2) {-6} J13W {J9E} chishafuwaku 25 (-3) {-25}
=70. (-7) {-40} BG {J3E} Leonishiki 24 (-17) {-204}
=70. (+1) {-1} J8W {ms11E} Hironoumi 24 (0) {-12}
 
Makushita level
72. (+1) {NE} ms5E {ms1E} Bunijiman 21 (0) {+21}
73. (+7) {-6} J11E {J14W} kuroimori 19 (+13) {-25}
74. (-9) {-20} J13E {J13E} Kasamatsuri 18 (-12) {-71}
75. (-8) {-16} ms8W {J6E} Anjoboshi 14 (-14) {-53}
=76. (+1) {NE} ms3E {NE} Golynohana 12 (0) {+12}
=76. (+1) {NE} ms6E {ms13E} Nantonoyama 12 (0) {+12}
78. (NE) {NE} J14W {ms4W} Rikishimiezi 10 (+10) {+10}
79. (=) {NE} ms1W {ms2W} Rowitoro 8 (0) {+8} 
80. (-5) {-23} ms3W {J10E} Sebunshu 5 (-9) {-70}
81. (-5) {-25} ms6W {J14E} kamogawa 0 (-13) {-80}
82. (=) {-4} ms13W {ms6W} Marushiki -1 (0) {-5}

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Hi everyone!

Here are the updated standings for the Zentoryu Quality of Sumo Award for 2020 after the January 2020 basho.  This is the combined results of the ZQoSA from March 2019 to January 2020.

It reads like this.....

Current ZQoSA position - (Change from after November 2019) - Rank on the January 2020 banzuke - shikona - Total ZQoSA points from the previous 6 bashos - (points gain from after January 2020, basically January 2020 minus January 2019).

Flohru took advantage of bill skipping this basho, and retakes the top spot.  Yassier leaps up into the top 5. The biggest climber is Sakura, moving up 18 spots.

Over-and-out!

Jejima

Sanyaku level
1. (+1) Y1E Flohru 436 (-15)
2. (+2) M1E pandaazuma 429 (+7)
3. (-1) O1W Norizo 416 (-35)
4. (+9) M1W Yassier 408 (+66)
5. (+4) K1E Terarno 401 (+42)
6. (-1) O2W Taka 386 (-25)
7. (-6) O1E Bill 375 (-89)
8. (+6) M2W Gawasukotto 369 (+31)
9. (-2) S1E Susanoo 362 (-5)
10. (=) M7E Ihopeso 361 (+11)
 
Makunouchi level
11. (-3) M2E Konosato 353 (-12)
12. (=) M3W fujiyama 350 (+6)
13. (+2) M5E Jejima 344 (+16)
=14. (-4) M4W toonoryu 330 (-20)
=14. (+2) K1W Rubensan 330 (+7)
16. (-10) M6E Chocshoporyu 312 (-62)
17. (+2) M9W Achiyama 277 (-17)
18. (+3) M3E Andoreasu 270 (+14)
19. (+6) S1W Damimonay 263 (+35)
20. (+3) M7W Metzinowaka 261 (+26)
21. (-1) M6W iwakoko 257 (-27)
22. (-4) M4E Kintamayama 252 (-43)
23. (+1) M10W ScreechingOwl 249 (+16)
24. (-7) M5W Yamashade 244 (-72)
25. (+3) M10E Ruziklao 241 (+24)
26. (+1) M11E Fujisan 222 (0)
27. (+4) M8E Boltbutthamma 210 (+36)
28. (+1) M11W Gaijingai 208 (+11)
29. (-3) M14W Haidouzo 206 (-18)
30. (-8) M13E Gurowake 193 (-43)
31. (+3) J2W mischashimaru 185 (+15)
32. (=) M12W andonishiki 184 (+11)
33. (+2) M15W Hokuyutaka 181 (+13)
34. (+4) M9E Chijanofuji 176 (+13)
35. (+1) M8W tainosen 165 (-2)
36. (+5) J1W Pitinosato 160 (+26)
37. (-4) J7E Kitahotaru 157 (-15)
38. (+1) M17E Itachi 155 (-5)
39. (+18) M13W Sakura 152 (+84)
40. (-10) J4E Jakusotsu 145 (-35)
41. (-4) J5W Tsunamiko 144 (-21)
42. (-2) M14E Itachiyama 139 (0)
 
Juryo level
43. (+4) M16E Oshirokita 135 (+16)
44. (+7) M16W Unkonoyama 129 (+39)
45. (-1) J4W Tenshinhan 125 (-3)
46. (=) J3W Frinkanohana 122 (+2)
47. (+5) M17W Mukanibaru 117 (+33)
48. (-5) J13W Kaiowaka 112 (-18)
49. (=) J3E GONZABUROW 104 (+6)
50. (+10) M15E Tameiki 99 (+43)
51. (-3) M12E Getayukata 96 (-8)
52. (+2) J5E Heiyu 95 (+14)
53. (-3) J13E Holleshoryu 93 (0)
=54. (-12) J8W Furanohana 90 (-41)
=54. (-9) J2E Hana-ichi 90 (-34)
56. (-4) J6E Saruyama 89 (+5)
=57. (+2) J1E Gansekiiwa 68 (+10)
=57. (+6) J6W Kitakachiyama 68 (+22)
59. (-4) J9E Sherlockiama 61 (-9)
60. (-4) ms1E Homuburywa 60 (-9)
61. (+6) J8E Unagiyutaka 48 (+19)
=62. (=) J10W Mmikasazuma 42 (-7)
=62. (+4) J12E shimodahito 42 (+5)
=62. (+2) J12W Kyodaitimu 42 (-1)
65. (-4) J7W Mariohana 38 (-12)
66. (-8) ms5W Roundeye 32 (-33)
67. (+1) ms1W wolfgangho 28 (0)
68. (+1) J10E chishafuwaku 26 (+1)
69. (+4) J9W kuroimori 25 (+6)
70. (=) ms3E Hironoumi 24 (0)
 
Makushita level
71. (+1) ms5E Bunijiman 21 (0)
72. (+4) J11E Golynohana 20 (+8)
73. (-8) ms2W tokugawa 18 (-20)
=74. (-4) BG Leonishiki 13 (-11)
=74. (+4) J11W Rikishimiezi 13 (+3)
=76. (=) ms6E Nantonoyama 12 (0)
=76. (NE) J14E Oortael 12 (+12)
78. (-4) J14W Kasamatsuri 8 (-10)
79. (-4) ms7E Anjoboshi 5 (-9)
80. (+2) ms18E Marushiki -1 (0)
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Hi all!
 
In lightning quick speed (for Bench, at least), here is the new banzuke for March 2020. It was crafted by Jejima, Flohru and Kaiomitsuki (watched over by Kintamayama, Asashosakari and Ekigozan). This one was difficult to sort out, and there are LOTS of bad luck and good luck this time around. Keep your fingers crossed that you are a 'lucky' one - but be prepared for bad luck too.
 
Here you go.
 
Jejima
 

Flohru (Y1E, 8-7)                            Y1
Taka (O2W, 10-5)                            O1 Norizo (O1W, 8-7)
                                                            O2 Bill (O1E, KOSHO)
Terarno (K1E, 11-4)                        S1 Yassier (M1W, 12-3)
Gawasukotto (M2W, 11-4)             K1 pandaazuma (M1E, 9-6)

Damimonay (S1W, 7-8)                 M1 Rubensan (K1W, 7-8)
fujiyama (M3W, 8-7)                       2 Susanoo (S1E, 6-9)       
Jejima (M5E, 8-7)                            3 Sakura (M13W, 12-3)
Andoreasu (M3E, 7-8)               4 Metzinowaka (M7W, 9-6)
Konosato (M2E, 6-9)                          5 Ihopeso (M7E, 8-7)
ScreechingOwl (M10W, 9-6)        6 Gaijingai (M11W, 8-7)
mischashimaru (J2W, 12-3)          7 Itachi (M17E, 10-5)
Tameiki (M15E, 9-6)                       8 Boltbutthamma (M8E, 7-8)
Kintamayama (M4E, 5-10)            9 Chijanofuji (M9E, 7-8)
Hokuyutaka (M15W, 8-7)                     10 Ruziklao (M10E, 7-8)
Chocshoporyu (M6E, 5-10)             11 tainosen (M8W, 6-9)
iwakoko (M6W, 5-10)                        12 Fujisan (M11E, 7-8)
Gurowake (M13E, KOSHO)          13 Achiyama (M9W, 6-9)
Itachiyama (M14E, KOSHO)         14 andonishiki (M12W, 7-8)
Oshirokita (M16E, 8-7)               15 Unkonoyama (M16W, 8-7)
toonoryu (M4W, 3-12)              16 Mukanibaru (M17W, 8-7)
Heiyu (J5E, 10-5)                            17 Pitinosato (J1W, 8-7)
 
Yamashade (M5W, 3-12)                J1 Hana-ichi (J2E, 8-7)
Kitakachiyama (J6W, 10-5)           2 GONZABUROW (J3E, 8-7)
Saruyama (J6E, 9-6)                      3 Jakusotsu (J4E, 8-7)
Tenshinhan (J4W, 8-7)                 4 Kitahotaru (J7E, 9-6)
Getayukata (M12E, 5-10)              5 Unagiyutaka (J8E, 9-6)
Haidouzo (M14W, 5-10)                6 Gansekiiwa (J1E, 6-9)
Frinkanohana (J3W, 7-8)              7 kuroimori (J9W, 8-7)
chishafuwaku (J10E, 8-7)             8 Holleshoryu (J13E, 9-6)
Furanohana (J8W, 7-8)                 9 Sherlockiama (J9E, 7-8)
Tsunamiko (J5W, 5-10)                 10 Mmikasazuma (J10W, KOSHO)
tokugawa (ms2W, 10-5)                 11 Oortael (J14E, 8-7)
Golynohana (J11E, 7-8)                12 Anjoboshi (ms7E, 10-5)
Nantonoyama (ms6E, 9-6)            13 Hironoumi (ms3E, 8-7)
Kaiowaka (J13W, 7-8)                 14 Rikishimiezi (J11W, 6-9)
 
shimodahito (J12E, 6-9)                 ms1 wolfgangho (ms1W, KOSHO)
Kofujinokami (ms2E, KOSHO)     2 Kyodaitimu (J12W, 6-9)
Mariohana (J7W, 3-12)                  3 Wamahada (ms16E, 12-3)
Homuburyuwa (ms1E, 7-8)           4 Roundeye (ms5W, 8-7)
Joaoiyama (ms12E, 10-5)             5 Kintsubasa (ms9E, 9-6)
Atenzan (ms8W, 8-7)                     6 Kotononami (ms6W, KOSHO)
Bunijiman (ms5E, 7-8)                   7 Watashi (ms3W, 6-9)
Oskanohana (ms9W, 8-7)              8 Sebunshu (ms4E, 6-9)
Rowitoro (ms4W, 6-9)                    9 Kasamatsuri (J14W, 3-12) 
Athenayama (ms11E, 8-7)          10 Yangnomazuma (ms11W, 8-7)
Kishikaisei (ms14E, 9-6)              11 Takanorappa (ms14W, 9-6)
Aminoumi (ms7W, 6-9)                  12 Nekonishiki (ms12W, KOSHO)
Kaito (ms20E, 10-5)                        13 VESHANA (ms13W, KOSHO)
Chelseayama (ms17E, 9-6)          14 kamogawa (ms13E, 7-8)
Kuramarujo (ms19W, 9-6)             15 Fujiko (ms10W, 5-10)
aoyume (ms10E, 4-11)                  16 Kitanoyama (ms16W, 7-8)
Houmanumi (ms15E, 6-9)             17 Akokoneko (ms17W, KOSHO)
Marushiki (ms18E, 7-8)                 18 Domichi (ms18W, KOSHO)
Maeden (ms19E, KOSHO)            19 Basoyama (ms8E, 2-13)
Hibarifuji (ms15W, 5-10)                20 Oyama (ms20W, 5-10)  

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Sad for me. Not a good time to get my first MK.  Just have to get the Juryo yusho in March to make up for it I guess.

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

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Here are the possible 'milestones' for Bench Sumo players for the Haru (March) basho 2020. 
 
A big shout-out to Takanorappa and his Bench Sumo stat page that made this email possible - and for posting a milestones email last basho, when I was very busy.
 
All the good stuff can be found here -->  <http://www.takanorappa.com/ichimons.htm>
 
There are five parts....
 
1. The players at a new career high rank.
 
2. The number of active bashos (multiples of 10) - *if* the player turns up in March.
 
3. Players who have a chance (even if very remote) of going to a new 'multiple of 100' career wins in March.  
 
4. The current #20 leaderboard for the *all-time* total number of wins.
 
5. The current #20 leaderboard for the highest win percentage for *active* players.
 
Enjoy!
 
Jejima (BS rijicho)
 
At a career high rank
ms15E Kuramarujo (44 active bashos! - But most of them were in the past)
ms14E Chelseayama (2nd time-in-a-row)
ms13E Kaito
ms11E Kishikaisei
ms10E Athenayama (2nd time)
ms6E Atenzan (2nd time - but he has been ranked higher under a previous shikona)
ms5E Joaoiyama
ms2E Kofujinokami (2nd time for the drone, on the brink of becoming a 'paid' player?)
 
J11W Oortael (3rd time)
 
M15W Unkonoyama (2nd time)
M8E Tameiki (2nd time)
M3W Sakura (5th time)
 
S1E Terarno (shin-Sekiwake, Jakusotsu will be proud of his ?former? tsukebito!)
O1E Taka
Y1E Flohru (5th time)
 
Number of active bashos (If they are active in November 2019.)
J13E Nantonoyama - 10 
.........20 
.........30
J12E Golynohana - 40  
J8E chishafuwaku - 40 
  .........50  
J3E Saruyama - 60
J1W Hana-ichi - 60  
 
M14W andonishiki - 60  
.........70 
M8W Boltbutthamma - 80
ms9W Kasamatsuri - 90
M17E Heiyu - 100
M12W Fujisan - 100  
.........110  
M15E Oshirokita - 120
M9W Chijanofuji - 120
 
Possible career win milestones this basho: (Current career wins in brackets)
 
100 wins
ms20E Hibarifuji (94) - 2nd time on the watch list
ms18W Domichi (97)
 
200 wins
M15W Unkonoyama (194) - 2nd time
 
300 wins
ms2W Kyodaitimu (288)
M5W Ihopeso (288)
ms19W Basoyama (290) - 2nd time
J8E chishafuwaku (296) - 2nd time 
J1E Yamashade (298) - 3rd time
ms12E Aminoumi (298) - 2nd time
 
400 wins
Nobody here
 
500 wins
ms8W Sebunshu (486)
M2E fujiyama (495) - 2nd time
 
600 wins
M7E mischashimaru (599) - 2nd time
 
700 wins
Nobody here
 
800 wins
Nobody here
 
900 wins
Nobody here
 
Top 20 winning players of all-time
1. M3E Jejima - 912
2. M9W Chijanofuji - 911
3. M9E Kintamayama - 902
4. M15E Oshirokita - 901
5. M6W Gaijiingai - 875
6. ms11W Takanorappa - 843
7. Y1E Flohru - 810
8. BG Doitsuyama* - 805
9. J9W Sherlockiama - 802
10. J3W Jakusotsu - 774
 
11. O1W Norizo - 758
12. J2E Kitakachiyama - 751
13. M17W Pitinosato - 742
14. M12W Fujisan - 740
15. BG Leonishiki* - 739
=16. M4W Metzinowaka - 729
=16. ms18E Marushiki - 729
18. M1W Rubensan - 714
19. M2W Susanoo - 713
20. J7E Frinkanohana - 712
 
*not currently active
 
Top 20 active players with the highest winning percentage
1. J11W Oortael (0.644)
2. ms10E Athenayama (0.600)
3. J6W Gansekiiwa (0.578)
4. ms14E Chelseayama (0.567)
5. M3W Sakura (0.558)
6. M13E Gurowake (0.544)
7. K1W pandaazuma (0.540)
8. J12E Golynohana (0.538)
9. M6E ScreechingOwl (0.537)
10. Y1E Flohru (0.5347)
 
11. S1W Yassier (0.5345)
=12. M14E Itachiyama (0.53333333333)
=12. M4E Andoreasu (0.53333333333)
14. J4E Tenshinhan (0.5304)
15. J3E Saruyama (0.5299)
16. M10E Hokuyutaka (0.529)
17. K1E Gawasukotto (0.527)
=18. M2E fujiyama (0.52380952381)
=18. M8E Tameiki (0.52380952381)
20. M13W Achiyama (0.5232)
 
 
Get those milestones!
 
Jejima (BS rijicho)
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Nice one!

Always good to see eleven decimal places too. Not used often enough. ;)

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