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GTB - Nagoyim 2018 Basho - + Results!!

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Asashosakari    10,994
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57 entries from the GTB ranking's top 60 players, the exceptions being #16 Gooner (the defending champion), #42 Haidouzo and #53 McBugger.

The provisional post-Nagoya ranking - current pre-Nagoya standings in brackets. The list includes all top 20 both pre and post:

 1 Okisuruga       4.449  ( 1 / 5.616)
 2 Pandaazuma      4.294  ( 2 / 5.513)
 3 Feginowaka      4.255  ( 3 / 5.368)
 4 Ganzohnesushi   4.190  ( 4 / 5.333)
 5 Gurowake        4.136  ( 6 / 5.301)
 6 Asashosakari    4.118  ( 8 / 5.257)
 7 Chishafuwaku    4.106  ( 5 / 5.324)
 8 Chiyonosawa     4.093  ( 7 / 5.275)
 9 Konosato        4.037  ( 9 / 5.156)
10 Andonishiki     3.998  (15 / 4.958)
11 Flohru          3.990  (10 / 5.089)
12 Heriokuno       3.949  (12 / 5.051)
13 Jakusotsu       3.923  (11 / 5.077)
14 Kaiomitsuki     3.919  (22 / 4.924)
15 Akinomaki       3.887  (13 / 5.003)
16 Gonzaburow      3.874  (25 / 4.899)
17 RaeucherLax     3.871  (26 / 4.891)
18 Gooner          3.867  (16 / 4.951)
19 Yubinhaad       3.867  (19 / 4.934)
20 Sukubidubidu    3.835  (23 / 4.923)
21 Kaiowaka        3.833  (17 / 4.947)
..
25 Tsuchinoninjin  3.794  (20 / 4.928)
27 Jejima          3.773  (18 / 4.945)
28 Taxinohana      3.768  (14 / 4.969)

Several large projected movements in both directions this time. Taxinohana was the yusho winner one year ago, Jejima had one of the two runner-up scores, so they're set to drop a lot of points. Conversely, relatively low scores in Nagoya 2017 for Andonishiki, Kaiomitsuki, Gonzaburow and RaeucherLax, so they have upwards potential - if they score at least average this time. (That is, average for a top 10/20 player, not average among all players. Game-wise we're talking approximately 9-6 to 10-5 here, or about 5 points above the KK/MK line.)

Gooner, being kosho-kyujo, will of course maintain his current score of 4.951 points and slot in according to that value in the new rankings, so his provisional new rank of #18 doesn't mean anything, but I don't have a better way of including him in the list of players.

Okisuruga's lead in the provisional scores is even larger than in the live ranking, so his pursuers will likely have to hope for a sub-par performance by the leader in addition to posting a strong result themselves. His advantage of 0.155 ranking points over top chaser Pandaazuma converts to approximately 7 to 8 in-game points.

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chishafuwaku    360
3 hours ago, Asashosakari said:

Kakuryu (Y1e 14-1 Y)     Y1   Hakuho (Y1w 11-4)
Kisenosato (Y2e 0-0-15)  Y2   ---
Goeido (Ow 3-6-6)        O1   Takayasu (Oe 0-0-15)
---                      O2   Tochinoshin (Se 13-2)
Ichinojo (Sw 8-7)        S    Mitakeumi (Ke 9-6)
Tamawashi (M1e 8-7)      K    Shohozan (M2e 8-7)

Shodai (M4w 9-6)         M1   Chiyonokuni (M11w 12-3)
Kotoshogiku (M5e 8-7)    M2   Ikioi (M5w 8-7)
Abi (M2w 7-8)            M3   Kaisei (M1w 6-9)
Takakeisho (M10w 10-5)   M4   Kagayaki (M8w 9-6)
Daishomaru (M9e 9-6)     M5   Yoshikaze (M8e 8-7)
Chiyotairyu (M4e 6-9)    M6   Endo (Kw 3-10-2)
Daieisho (M3e 5-10)      M7   Takarafuji (M6w 7-8)
Chiyoshoma (M6e 6-9)     M8   Kyokutaisei (M15w 10-5)
Myogiryu (M16e 10-5)     M9   Nishikigi (M17e 10-5) -1
Aoiyama (M13w 8-7) +1      M10  Sadanoumi (M14e 8-7)
Onosho (J1w 12-3 Y) -1      M11  Chiyomaru (M7w 5-10) +1
Tochiozan (M15e 8-7)     M12  Yutakayama (M3w 2-13)
Arawashi (M12e 7-8)      M13  Asanoyama (M12w 7-8)
Kotoeko (J2e 11-4) -1       M14  Okinoumi (M10e 5-10) +1
Ryuden (M7e 3-12)        M15  Ishiura (M13e 6-9)
Meisei (J4e 10-5) -1        M16  Hokutofuji (M9w 4-7-4) +1

Very similar but the difference can go up to 10 points

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Rocks    877

My picks. I only had 2 demoted and Ishiura being saved. This was completely off the cuff.

Yokozuna E: Kakuryu Y1e (14-1)
    Yokozuna W: Hakuho Y1w (11-4)
  Yokozuna E2: Kisenosato Y2e (0-0-15)
      Ozeki E: Goeido O1w (3-6-6)
      Ozeki W: Takayasu O1e (0-0-15)
          Ozeki W2: Tochinoshin S1e (13-2)
      Sekiwake E: Ichinojo S1w (8-7)
    Sekiwake W: Mitakeumi K1e (9-6)
    Komusubi E: Tamawashi M1e (8-7)
    Komusubi W: Shohozan M2e (8-7)
   Maegashira E: Shodai M4w (9-6)
  Maegashira W: Kotoshogiku M5e (8-7)
Maegashira E2: Ikioi M5w (8-7)
Maegashira W2: Chiyonokuni M11w (12-3)
Maegashira E3: Abi M2w (7-8)
Maegashira W3: Kaisei M1w (6-9)
Maegashira E4: Kagayaki M8w (9-6)
Maegashira W4: Yoshikaze M8e (8-7)
Maegashira E5: Daishomaru M9e (9-6)
Maegashira W5: Takakeisho M10w (10-5)
Maegashira E6: Endo K1w (3-10-2)
Maegashira W6: Chiyotairyu M4e (6-9)
Maegashira E7: Takarafuji M6w (7-8)
Maegashira W7: Daieisho M3e (5-10)
Maegashira E8: Chiyoshoma M6e (6-9)
Maegashira W8: Kyokutaisei M15w (10-5)
Maegashira E9: Aoiyama M13w (8-7)
Maegashira W9: Myogiryu M16e (10-5)
Maegashira E10: Nishikigi M17e (10-5)
Maegashira W10: Onosho J1w (12-3)
Maegashira E11: Chiyomaru M7w (5-10)
Maegashira W11: Yutakayama M3w (2-13)
Maegashira E12: Arawashi M12e (7-8)
Maegashira W12: Asanoyama M12w (7-8)
Maegashira E13: Sadanoumi M14e (8-7)
Maegashira W13: Okinoumi M10e (5-10)
Maegashira E14: Tochiozan M15e (8-7)
Maegashira W14: Kotoeko J2e (11-4)
Maegashira E15: Hokutofuji M9w (4-7-4)
Maegashira W15: Daiamami M11e (4-11)
Maegashira E16: Ishiura M13e (6-9)
Maegashira W16: Ryuden M7e (3-12)

 

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Gurowake    1,638
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10 minutes ago, Asashosakari said:

52 points. Yutakayama at M9w... (Mono-ii...)  (SpookyTVprogram...)

Ditto.  Higher than I thought before I totaled it.  No points between M9w and M13e, but I expected that.  Got all but two below that though to make up for it, points for which I was only slightly more sure about.

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Tiger Tanaka    96

I think I wrapped up around 44, had a case of the off by one's where rikishi were flip flopped at the W and next rank down E, which washes out to 0. Thems the breaks! And then Yutakayama only going down to 9 destroyed a lot of the middle to lower half of my banzuke.

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Rocks    877
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I was gangbusters till I got to the bottom. I got around 50 I think.

 

Just did it proper. I got a 48.  Not bad considering. They seemed to be very generous to Yutakayama. Kinda harsh on Hokutofuji IMO too.

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Shinrei    27
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First attempt, a meager 44 points. Koteko's promotion was less than I'd thought. Onosho, 12-3 from J1w, gets M11. Kotoeko, 11-4 from J2e, gets (only) M14?!?

Ryuden's demotion was worse than I'd thought. Chiyomaru, 5-10 from M7, gets M10 (which I got correct - yay me). Ryuden, 3-12 from M7, gets slammed down to M15?!?

For the most part, most of my misses were off by only one rank, so there's that consolation.

Edited by Shinrei
correction

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Sakura    322

54 for me. I think. 

I had 

Chiyotairyu M6 Takarafuji
Daieisho M7 Endo

I wasn't lenient enough with Endo's demotion and that cost me a fair amount of points.

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Kintamayama    22,330

Results are in. The winner is Kishikaisei, in his/her 4th basho!! Congratulations!! Not one of the top four placers is in the ranking top ten. 75 players, which is excellent. 2 new players as well.

Milestones:

Pitinosato- 80th basho

Kaiowaka-80th basho

Kotononami-70th basho

Mmikasazuma-70th basho

Kitakachiyama-60th basho

Tsuchinoninjin-20th basho

Reijinguoshan-20th

Thank you all for playing and see you all again next basho. To see how you did, go here.

And now, on with the Ba-show!!

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Kintamayama    22,330

MONOII- there is a monoii pending at the moment, as one entry was sent by mail due to the site being down and went into my spam folder for some reason. We are reviewing this at the moment.

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fwuzzle23    16

First kachikoshi for me!

With that said, I completely blew the ozeki placements, so I'm still disappointed in myself for losing those points. I must gambarize and further develop my brand of GTBing...

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Pandaazuma    881

Congrats to Kishikaisei. I've noticed he (she?) putting in stellar performances in multiple games recently.

Didn't expect to do so well this time but am happy to finish fifth on a very tricky banzuke. At least I limited the Masters damage from Susanoo's excellent performance. Not sure how I am ever going to overtake Okisuruga in the rankings though - they, whoever it is, are quite simply inhumanly uncanny at this game.

Thanks to all the game admins! :)

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Asashosakari    10,994
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1 hour ago, Pandaazuma said:

Not sure how I am ever going to overtake Okisuruga in the rankings though - they, whoever it is, are quite simply inhumanly uncanny at this game.

Six consecutive top 6 finishes, that's pretty insane indeed in this "most people broadly know how it works" era. Then again, it usually still just takes one mediocre (or worse) score to lose hold of the #1 spot...

Speaking of which, the new post-Nagoya ranking list is the 94th update since rankings were introduced to GTB. (The game itself is of course a few years older.) That means the race is now on for the anniversary ranking: The next 6 tournaments until Nagoya 2019 are the ones that will count towards the 100th ranking list. My glory days are long gone by now, but I'm definitely going to push for a return to #1 for that. (Readingbook...) (Typingatcomputer...)

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Asashosakari    10,994

By the way:

On 6/20/2018 at 01:13, Asashosakari said:

10 Andonishiki     3.998  (15 / 4.958)
14 Kaiomitsuki     3.919  (22 / 4.924)
16 Gonzaburow      3.874  (25 / 4.899)
17 RaeucherLax     3.871  (26 / 4.891)
..
25 Tsuchinoninjin  3.794  (20 / 4.928)
27 Jejima          3.773  (18 / 4.945)
28 Taxinohana      3.768  (14 / 4.969)

Several large projected movements in both directions this time. Taxinohana was the yusho winner one year ago, Jejima had one of the two runner-up scores, so they're set to drop a lot of points. Conversely, relatively low scores in Nagoya 2017 for Andonishiki, Kaiomitsuki, Gonzaburow and RaeucherLax, so they have upwards potential - if they score at least average this time. (That is, average for a top 10/20 player, not average among all players. Game-wise we're talking approximately 9-6 to 10-5 here, or about 5 points above the KK/MK line.)

Andonishiki 19th place -> 11th overall
Kaiomitsuki 50th place -> 21st
Gonzaburow 14th place -> 15th
RaeucherLax 10th place -> 13th

So, three of 'em managed to take advantage of their upwards-moving opportunity, while Kaiomitsuki has ended up where he was before (and will now have to carry a new mediocre score for another 6 basho).

And on the flipside:

Tsuchinoninjin 22nd place -> 25th
Jejima 36th place -> 29th
Taxinohana 4th place -> 16th

It was a GTB contest with tight scoring in the middle of the field, and the difference between Tsuchinoninjin and Jejima amounted to only 2 points, so even though 22nd place sounds pretty good it still wasn't enough to prevent Tsuchinoninjin's projected descent (nor Jejima's by the same token). Taxinohana did manage to post a very timely strong score again to cancel most of his points losses, so he only fell a couple of spots after all.

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Rocks    877

Congrats to Kishikaisei! (Applauding...)And to Kamogawa for an oh so close jun-yusho. (Applauding...)

Kudos to @RaeucherLax

for beating me AND achieving ANOTHER Top 10. Way to go. But I'm coming buddy. I'm coming...(Showingoff...)

Thanks to @Kintamayama and all those who made this possible. (Iamnotworthy...)

 

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Yubinhaad    7,066

Well this will be a short one, assuming that the missing entry mono-ii doesn't affect things too much. As it stands, all of the top ten from last basho are still in the top ten this time. Looking through my records I believe it's only the second time that has happened, the first being 2005 Nagoya and Aki. On that occasion three players (marked below) were kyujo from the second basho. This time all of the top ten participated and did enough to hold their place in the green ranks. (Iamnotworthy...)

(I'll delete and re-post if the mono-ii does end up changing the top ten)

 

200507	Player		200509

1	Chiyotokimiya	2 *
2	Feginowaka	1
3	Vincentoryu	3 *
4	Gernobono	9
5	Tamanaogijima	7
6	Asashosakari	8
7	Frinkanohana	5
8	Hamanoyama	6 *
9	Randomitsuki	4
10	Susanoo		10


201805	Player		201807

1	Okisuruga	1
2	Pandaazuma	2
3	Feginowaka	3
4	Ganzohnesushi	7
5	Chishafuwaku	4
6	Gurowake	5
7	Chiyonosawa	10
8	Asashosakari	6
9	Konosato	9
10	Flohru		8

 

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