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Day 11 is in the bag and the dailies in Haru'19 still look promising.

  • The duel between Norizo and me in Chain Gang continues. Last three days we had picked the same obvious winner. At least 12 SB Masters points. (Signofapproval...)
  • Lucky win in Toto again to get KK today. With 8-3 I'm sharing ranks #3 - #9 with 6 others (including Haidouzo).
  • Four winners in S4 today to achieve KK here also. I'm one of 6 co-leaders (including Haidouzo) now.
  • Also got my KK today in Bench Sumo. Just one win behind the leader along with two other pursuers (including Haidouzo).
  • One of three co-leaders (yep, Haidouzo is here again) in TTT with a brilliant 9-2.
  • Ranked #5 in DST. Can I really stay in the points until Senshuraku is over? And where is Haidouzo?
  • Losing more and more ground in Odd Sumo, ISP is simply to forget.
  • Additionally there a some chances for a few points in two pre-basho games (Juryo Game and Oracle).

Rest of the games suffers big from Ikioi's injury and Onosho's underperforming.

Ganzohnesushi

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sg: perfect score on day 11 Norizo and little ando, both 10-1 now  -
24 of the last 28 matches won
22 of 26 matches in 2019 won
this must be a dream

 

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SOme awful luck flying around and a lot of Mukade Beya are right on the edge at 4-7 despite scoring well. Some good tens today from Chankoyama and Unko. Stefan is streaking again, sadly in the wrong direction. And Steve lost at last, to a drone with a 9-pointer. Now that's unlucky. Chisha and Jan need to be very careful they don't fall down into Juryo.

Day 11:

Rank    Wins Points AADs Opp AADs 10 8+ 5- TB TB+ Who? SG shikona
EY1 6-5 84-80 9 5 0 8 2 2 0 Simon Pandaazuma
EK1 4-7 84-84 10 8 0 7 0 6 2 Scott Haidouzo
EM2 4-7 80-83 7 8 0 5 2 2 0 Gary Chocshoporyu
WM2 4-7 79-83 5 10 1 5 2 0 0 Miyako Chankoyama
EM3 3-8 77-79 6 8 0 4 0 3 1 Eric Sebunshu
WM3 7-4 80-82 8 8 0 5 0 3 3 Rupert Rupatengu
WM7 9-2 84-80 9 9 0 7 1 5 4 Douglas ScreechingOwl
EM12 4-7 74-78 5 4 0 3 2 2 1 Mark Fujiyama
EM15 4-7 78-80 7 8 0 4 0 7 4 Jan Kuroimori
EM16 7-4 86-78 8 5 1 6 0 4 1 Renaud Kotononami
WM17 4-7 75-82 5 8 0 3 1 1 0 Sergio Chishafuwaku
*                      
EJ1 6-5 76-77 6 5 0 3 0 2 1 Stefan Sagi
EJ10 3-8 77-80 6 7 1 4 2 2 0 ?????? Unkonoyama
*                      
Wms8 7-4 79-73 7 5 0 4 0 3 2 Jezz Jejima
Wms22 5-6 77-73 5 6 0 5 1 2 0 Ronnie Gawasukotto
Wms37 10-1 81-66 9 3 0 5 0 2 2 Steve Chelseayama

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37 minutes ago, Andonishiki said:

sg: perfect score on day 11 Norizo and little ando, both 10-1 now  -
24 of the last 28 matches won
22 of 26 matches in 2019 won
this must be a dream

 

Yes, good picking again by you and Norizo. SG is one of those games where you're either 'in the zone' or you aren't. I know when I'm picking well, I usually fly for the whole tournament, but when I'm not, I can't turn it round whatever I do. Will be interesting to see who prevails out of you and Norizo.

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This basho has become very much a damage control one and I'm not even thinking of the Masters but just going for 8-7. Sadly even that modest target is unattainable in many games. At this stage, I just want a nice strong finish. Regarding the Masters, It's basically Odd Sumo and Salarycap. Pretty much everything is dead. 10 points would be very nice, but I'm not even expecting that now.  Will need a jun yusho from Takayasu and/or Goeido - who annoyingly have to face each other. And I need that joker Ichinojo to start losing. How the hell is he 10-1? Just shows how poor the field is these days.

6-5 in the Baka Cup. GAMBARIMASU!

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1 hour ago, Pandaazuma said:

Yes, good picking again by you and Norizo. SG is one of those games where you're either 'in the zone' or you aren't. I know when I'm picking well, I usually fly for the whole tournament, but when I'm not, I can't turn it round whatever I do. Will be interesting to see who prevails out of you and Norizo.

I never knew The Machine could have a zone to be in!

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1 hour ago, Pandaazuma said:

And Steve lost at last, to a drone with a 9-pointer. Now that's unlucky.

You make your own luck vs. a drone. 

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2 hours ago, Ganzohnesushi said:

Looks like you can easily end up with five Jun-Yusho  (Laughing...)  Great scores almost everywhere... If there is no total collapse for your picks on the remaining days I guess you will finish with approx. 80 SB Points. That should be enough...

Ganbarize!

Ganzohnesushi

That would be wonderful--and hilarious, if it does end up being a boatload of JY, and it will still be 2017 since my last yusho!

The frustration continues in SG, with 10 AADs for 4-7.  Meanwhile, in a most bizarre contrast, my 6-man GBL defeats a perfect day for 8-3 in Bench.  Dipped to 20th in DST.  Now a massive tie for 12th in ISP.  Slipped in Quad, but so did all the other leaders, so now it's a 6-way tie for the yusho (of which I am at the bottom of the tiebreak).  Against all odds, now in a seven-way tie for 3rd in Toto, at 8-3.  After another win in TTT and a loss from the sole leader, it's now a three-way tie for the yusho there (with my usual zero hope of winning a TTT tiebreak).

On the pre-basho scene, there's a drop to third in FS.  My first time checking Hoshitori sees me in 2nd place there.  Tied for 11th in NC.  Still losing the two-way tiebreak for first in Bingo, but now alone in the lead in POG.  And still a mildly comfortable lead in Salarycap.

GANBARIMASU

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It was the 22nd highest scoring day ever in SG...would have been a lot higher if Mitakeumi had won. He will have been a blessing or a curse for many players today. Scott just can't catch a break and is now MK along with Gary, Miyako, Mark and Chisha (who looks very likely to go down now). They join Seb and Unko. Douglas had a great day, not only scoring ten, but taking advantage of slip-ups by the in-form leaders Andonishiki and Norizo. He is now in the leading group, losing only on points scored. Congrats to Rupe and Renaud on their winning records. Stefan! Stop streaking! He now needs two out of three for that promotion. And Chelseayama sadly lost again. 10-2 is still nothing to sniff at.

Unless Rupe can go 11-4 or Owl 13-2, we won't be having any sanyaku representatives from the ranks of the Centipedes (except for the Panda, of course). Jezz has a slight chance of promotion to Juryo if he wins out.

Day 12:

Rank    Wins Points AADs Opp AADs 10 8+ 5- TB TB+ Who? SG shikona
EY1 7-5 93-89 10 6 0 9 2 3 1 Simon Pandaazuma
EK1 4-8 93-93 11 9 0 8 0 7 2 Scott Haidouzo
EM2 4-8 89-93 8 9 0 6 2 2 0 Gary Chocshoporyu
WM2 4-8 88-93 6 11 1 6 2 0 0 Miyako Chankoyama
EM3 4-8 87-89 7 9 1 5 0 4 2 Eric Sebunshu
WM3 8-4 89-90 9 8 0 6 0 3 3 Rupert Rupatengu
WM7 10-2 94-89 10 10 1 8 1 5 4 Douglas ScreechingOwl
EM12 4-8 83-88 6 5 0 4 2 2 1 Mark Fujiyama
EM15 5-7 87-89 8 9 0 5 0 8 5 Jan Kuroimori
EM16 8-4 93-87 9 6 2 7 0 4 1 Renaud Kotononami
WM17 4-8 84-92 6 9 0 4 1 1 0 Sergio Chishafuwaku
*                      
EJ1 6-6 84-87 6 6 0 4 0 2 1 Stefan Sagi
EJ10 4-8 86-89 7 8 1 5 2 3 1 ?????? Unkonoyama
*                      
Wms8 7-5 88-82 8 6 0 5 0 4 2 Jezz Jejima
Wms22 5-7 86-83 6 7 0 6 1 2 0 Ronnie Gawasukotto
Wms37 10-2 89-74 9 3 0 6 0 3 2 Steve Chelseayama

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Overall a good day for the Panda, winning all the games except Odd. Too late to make an impact, but it is nice to remember winning. Want to finish very well. Pre-basho remains a nightmare and I am annoyed they gave Ichinojo to Mitakeumi tomorrow...my jun yusho hopes for Takayasu and Goeido are fading big time. Had a very good day in Oracle, with almost all of my muppets turning things around slightly...but I fear it is too late. A kachi-koshi would be a good result there after my total screwing-up of the pre-basho scene. And 7-5 in the Baka Cup gives me hope that I may be able to celebrate something at least after this horror show.

GAMBARIMASU!

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Yeah, The Machine is, in some sense, doing about as well in SG as everywhere else (with 11 AADs) but the results don't show it.  Also unfortunately ran into my first direct loss in Bench.  I'm not sure where 8-4 puts me in the points race, but probably good enough for a few.

Elsewhere, a nice perfect day in DST moves me back towards the top 10.  Won in ISP for a massive tie for 8th (one behind the leading pack of 7).  Won in Quad and now in the leading group of five players.  Won in Toto--now in a 5-way tie for 3rd, behind the sole leader and Ando alone in 2nd.  And won in TTT to stay in the leading group of three.

In pre-bashos, dropped way down to 7th, four points behind the leader in FS.  In the yusho lead in Hoshitori.  Tied for 6th in JG.  Now alone in 2nd in Bingo but alone in the lead in POG.

GANBARIMASU!

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Pre-basho games go more and more South with Ikioi and Onosho... Small chances for SB points in Juryo game and Oracle. Nada mas.

Some dailies are running excellent. Meanwhile the leading duo in TTT is Haidouzo and me at 11-2, me having the slighly better TB. Suddenly finding my name on top also in S4 where I'm leading a group of three 10-3 players with a small TB advantage. Moving to shared #3 in Toto along with two other players with my 10th win today. My TB is crap, thus no chance for Yusho hopes. Wasted my excellent Yusho chance in Chain as already described in another thread. With 10 points in DST I'm currently ranked #5 and assuring my top 10 position. Average in Odd, crap in ISP where I might drop top lower Juryo if the trend continues.

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Quite a mix for day 13.

The hemorrhaging continues in SG, this time with a most unfortunate loss to Ando.  And [verb] me, another [adjective] tiebreak loss in Bench to drop to 8-5 (after FOUR of those [adjective] losses).  Below average in DST to drop to 19th.  And a loss in ISP to fall to a tie for 18th.

But The Machine keeps rolling with wins in Quad, Toto(!), and TTT.  Still joined with Ganzo among the three leading in Quad, in the three-way tie for third in Toto, and in the duo leading TTT.

Now tied for the jun-yusho in Bingo.  Still leading in POG.  None of the others appear updated yet.

GANBARIMASU!

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On 21/03/2019 at 10:49, Pandaazuma said:

It was the 22nd highest scoring day ever in SG...would have been a lot higher if Mitakeumi had won. He will have been a blessing or a curse for many players today. Scott just can't catch a break and is now MK along with Gary, Miyako, Mark and Chisha (who looks very likely to go down now). They join Seb and Unko. Douglas had a great day, not only scoring ten, but taking advantage of slip-ups by the in-form leaders Andonishiki and Norizo. He is now in the leading group, losing only on points scored. Congrats to Rupe and Renaud on their winning records. Stefan! Stop streaking! He now needs two out of three for that promotion. And Chelseayama sadly lost again. 10-2 is still nothing to sniff at.

Unless Rupe can go 11-4 or Owl 13-2, we won't be having any sanyaku representatives from the ranks of the Centipedes (except for the Panda, of course). Jezz has a slight chance of promotion to Juryo if he wins out.

Day 12:

Rank    Wins Points AADs Opp AADs 10 8+ 5- TB TB+ Who? SG shikona
EY1 7-5 93-89 10 6 0 9 2 3 1 Simon Pandaazuma
EK1 4-8 93-93 11 9 0 8 0 7 2 Scott Haidouzo
EM2 4-8 89-93 8 9 0 6 2 2 0 Gary Chocshoporyu
WM2 4-8 88-93 6 11 1 6 2 0 0 Miyako Chankoyama
EM3 4-8 87-89 7 9 1 5 0 4 2 Eric Sebunshu
WM3 8-4 89-90 9 8 0 6 0 3 3 Rupert Rupatengu
WM7 10-2 94-89 10 10 1 8 1 5 4 Douglas ScreechingOwl
EM12 4-8 83-88 6 5 0 4 2 2 1 Mark Fujiyama
EM15 5-7 87-89 8 9 0 5 0 8 5 Jan Kuroimori
EM16 8-4 93-87 9 6 2 7 0 4 1 Renaud Kotononami
WM17 4-8 84-92 6 9 0 4 1 1 0 Sergio Chishafuwaku
*                      
EJ1 6-6 84-87 6 6 0 4 0 2 1 Stefan Sagi
EJ10 4-8 86-89 7 8 1 5 2 3 1 ?????? Unkonoyama
*                      
Wms8 7-5 88-82 8 6 0 5 0 4 2 Jezz Jejima
Wms22 5-7 86-83 6 7 0 6 1 2 0 Ronnie Gawasukotto
Wms37 10-2 89-74 9 3 0 6 0 3 2 Steve Chelseayama

OK, Mr Panda. Streaking stopped. Tomorrow looks tricky, but it is just as difficult for everybody.

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Day 13:

Rank    Wins Points AADs Opp AADs 10 8+ 5- TB TB+ Who? SG shikona
EY1 8-5 98-93 10 6 0 9 3 3 1 Simon Pandaazuma
EK1 4-9 97-98 11 9 0 8 1 7 2 Scott Haidouzo
EM2 4-9 94-99 8 10 0 6 3 2 0 Gary Chocshoporyu
WM2 4-9 93-99 6 12 1 6 3 0 0 Miyako Chankoyama
EM3 4-9 92-96 7 10 1 5 1 4 2 Eric Sebunshu
WM3 8-5 94-95 9 8 0 6 1 4 3 Rupert Rupatengu
WM7 11-2 100-93 11 10 1 8 1 5 4 Douglas ScreechingOwl
EM12 5-8 89-92 7 5 0 4 2 2 1 Mark Fujiyama
EM15 6-7 93-93 9 9 0 5 0 8 5 Jan Kuroimori
EM16 9-4 99-92 10 6 2 7 0 4 1 Renaud Kotononami
WM17 5-8 91-97 7 9 0 4 1 1 0 Sergio Chishafuwaku
*                      
EJ1 7-6 91-92 7 6 0 4 0 2 1 Stefan Sagi
EJ10 4-9 91-94 7 8 1 5 3 4 1 ?????? Unkonoyama
*                      
Wms8 7-6 94-88 9 7 0 5 0 5 2 Jezz Jejima
Wms22 6-7 92-87 7 7 0 6 1 2 0 Ronnie Gawasukotto
Wms37 11-2 95-76 10 3 0 6 0 3 2 Steve Chelseayama

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Posted (edited)

A strong day 14, with losses only in Quad, Toto, and Odd.

In a large group just behind the leading three at 10-4 in Bench, so there should be *some* points there, even with a loss.  It's all damage control in SG (5-9).  A good day in DST but too far from the top 10 for any realistic chances there.  A win for 10-4 in ISP but that's only good for a large tie for 16th.  A fractional point may be had with a win, but that's all I see there.  Not a terrible finish Odd, even in the worst case, but a win is necessary for KK, and a huge win is necessary for top 10.

In the big three, the dance continues with Ganzo.  Now it's just the two of us leading Quad, with a huge tiebreak lead for Ganzo.  Back to form in Toto, where we both lost, dropping to a 9-way tie for 3rd.  The leading group of two are two wins ahead, so a smaller tie for 3rd is the best we can hope for.  And with wins each, Ganzo and I remain alone in the TTT lead, with a comfortable tiebreak lead for Ganzo.

Looks like I'll be counting on my own strong finish and a slip or two from Ganzo to break my yusho-less streak... at least in the dailies.

In pre-basho:  tied for 6th in FS as of day 13.  4th place in points in Hoshitori.  Tied for 9th in JG.  Slipped to alone in 3rd in Bingo.  Still a nice little lead in POG--which might be my best bet for breaking the yusho-less streak, along with Salarycap, where I also had a nice little lead as of day 13.  And in 9th in Oracle, but heck if I can tell what direction I'm headed.

I swear I've been having nightmares about Yet Another Senshuraku Collapse.

GANBARIMASU

Edited by Haidouzo
Missed one

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Owl slipped up today and he won't be figuring in the yusho race - which is now a straight match-up between Norizo and Andonishiki. A great record though so he will have a nice boost up the banzuke along with some significant Masters points.

Mostly a nightmare for Mukade Beya. There are some 7-7s tomorrow. Go and win!

Day 14:

Rank    Wins Points AADs Opp AADs 10 8+ 5- TB TB+ Who? SG shikona
EY1 9-5 106-97 11 6 0 10 3 3 1 Simon Pandaazuma
EK1 5-9 105-103 12 9 0 9 1 7 2 Scott Haidouzo
EM2 5-9 99-103 8 10 0 6 4 2 0 Gary Chocshoporyu
WM2 5-9 100-105 7 13 1 6 3 0 0 Miyako Chankoyama
EM3 4-10 98-103 8 11 1 5 1 4 2 Eric Sebunshu
WM3 9-5 100-99 10 8 0 6 1 4 3 Rupert Rupatengu
WM7 11-3 105-100 11 11 1 8 2 5 4 Douglas ScreechingOwl
EM12 5-9 94-99 7 6 0 4 3 2 1 Mark Fujiyama
EM15 6-8 98-100 9 10 0 5 1 8 5 Jan Kuroimori
EM16 10-4 108-97 11 6 2 7 0 4 1 Renaud Kotononami
WM17 6-8 97-103 8 10 0 4 1 2 1 Sergio Chishafuwaku
*                      
EJ1 7-7 94-96 7 6 0 4 1 2 1 Stefan Sagi
EJ10 4-10 95-102 7 9 1 5 4 4 1 ?????? Unkonoyama
*                      
Wms8 7-7 99-95 9 8 0 5 1 5 2 Jezz Jejima
Wms22 7-7 99-90 8 7 0 6 1 2 0 Ronnie Gawasukotto
Wms37 11-3 99-84 10 4 0 6 1 3 2 Steve Chelseayama

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14 minutes ago, Pandaazuma said:

Owl slipped up today and he won't be figuring in the yusho race

I was rooting for him too. :'-(

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9 consecutive wins to go 10-4 from 1-4 with 3 losses on TB

Fist time ever in 15 years.

Not a bad basho after all if I look at my last 2 years of gaming. Still in contention for Top 10 (and maybe more) in SG , S4 , JG , TTT

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Unlucky to Owl, who missed out on jun yusho as well but he'll be happy with 11 and a decent score. Renaud can say the same with an even better score. Rupert finished well with a win over luckless Seb, who is going to be hammered on the banzuke with that 4-11. Everyone else in Makuuchi went MK with some awful luck suffered by Scott and Chanko in particular.

Juryo saw Stefan pull out a fairly lucky win over a misfiring Chisha but he'll take the 8 wins and is now certain to return to Makuuchi. Omedetou. Unko won strongly but 5-10 is a disappointment for the lad.

Makushita was a triumph for Chelseayama, who won to secure a jun yusho and a nice 12-3 record. Jezz and Ronnie lost badly to fall to MK.

Banzuke:

Rupert should be returning to sanyaku, most likely taking Scott's spot at komusubi. Chisha is down to Juryo with Stefan taking his place. Jan and Mark should be safe with the lack of promotion candidates but they'll have no room to move in May. And it looks like Unko is returning to Makushita.

A mixed bag for the Centipedes, but not good enough by our standards. Need improvement in May.

Final Standings:

Rank    Wins Points AADs Opp AADs 10 8+ 5- TB TB+ Who? SG shikona
EY1 9-6 113-105 12 7 0 10 3 3 1 Simon Pandaazuma
EK1 6-9 113-110 13 9 0 10 1 7 2 Scott Haidouzo
EM2 5-10 105-111 8 11 0 6 4 2 0 Gary Chocshoporyu
WM2 6-9 108-111 8 13 1 7 3 0 0 Miyako Chankoyama
EM3 4-11 104-110 8 12 1 5 1 4 2 Eric Sebunshu
WM3 10-5 106-104 11 8 0 6 1 4 3 Rupert Rupatengu
WM7 11-4 111-108 11 12 1 8 2 5 4 Douglas ScreechingOwl
EM12 5-10 102-107 8 7 0 5 3 3 1 Mark Fujiyama
EM15 6-9 104-106 9 10 0 5 1 9 5 Jan Kuroimori
EM16 11-4 115-103 12 6 2 7 0 4 1 Renaud Kotononami
WM17 6-9 102-109 8 10 0 4 2 2 1 Sergio Chishafuwaku
*                      
EJ1 8-7 100-101 7 6 0 4 1 2 1 Stefan Sagi
EJ10 5-10 103-109 8 10 1 6 4 4 1 ?????? Unkonoyama
*                      
Wms8 7-8 105-103 9 9 0 5 1 5 2 Jezz Jejima
Wms22 7-8 103-95 8 7 0 6 2 2 0 Ronnie Gawasukotto
Wms37 12-3J 99-84 10 4 0 6 1 3 2 Steve Chelseayama
Edited by Pandaazuma

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A truly abysmal performance by the Panda. I started badly by going for risky pre-basho picks, who almost all disappointed to a massive degree. Only Tomokaze, Meisei and Ryuden did a good job. I can take some consolation in the fact that I would have never picked Ichinojo, Aoiyama, Giku or Yoshi to excel as they did so even if I had picked more orthodoxly, I'd have ended up mid-table in most games. The dailies started really badly and I actually recovered well in some of them but it's still meh. A lucky 8 Masters points in Odd Sumo was the highlight, with a measly 0.5 in SG and whatever small change I sneak in Salarycap. If I break 10, I'll be very surprised. The two games I usually excel at - Toto and Oracle  - were write-offs, and that basically set the tone. I count myself lucky I managed an 8-7 in Oracle.

So Haru was a disaster. At least the stinking Baka Cup goes back to Scott for two months, but I doubt he'll mind after his stellar performance throughout. That was my worst performance for about six years so I'll just consign it to the dustbin and come back strong in Natsu, where I'll have to start overhauling Scott's lead in the World Championships!

See you in May!

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2 hours ago, Pandaazuma said:

That was my worst performance for about six years so I'll just consign it to the dustbin and come back strong in Natsu...

Say what?!? Just when I expected you to do the honourable thing an go intai! :-P

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Just now, Jakusotsu said:

Say what?!? Just when I expected you to do the honourable thing an go intai! :-P

I like my shikona too much to do that! ;)

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Bench:  A perfect day on senshuraku for the win puts me in a 4-way tie for 3rd.  7.25 points.

DST:  Weak end.  8-7.

ISP:  Trusted The Machine's pick and got rewarded with 1/14th of a point (instead of zero).

Odd:  41st of 58.

Quad:  History repeats itself with an unlikely senshuraku win putting me alone in 1st.  15 points, and a daily game yusho to go along with the others.

Toto:  Danced along with Ganzo to a loss and a seven-way tie for 8th.  6/7ths of a point.

SG:  6-9.  Baloney!

TTT:  Ganzo kept pace with my win to take the yusho from me.  But I get the lone jun-yusho.  12 points.

Chaingang:  lolz

Dailies:  35.18 points.

Pre- basho:

FS:  Is there a tiebreaker system in FS?  I think not.  If not, a split yusho.  13.5 points.

Hoshitori:  4th as of day 14.  Assuming 4th, 8 points.

Juryo Game:  Tied for 5th.  5.5 points.

NC:  Not a chance.

Bingo:  A late-game surge tiebreak win for the yusho, if I'm reading it correctly.  15 points.

POG:  A smashing yusho.  15 points.

SCS:  Leading as of day 13.  Yusho is not out of the question at all.  Going to assume 15 points.

Oracle:  Tiebreak loss for a lone jun-yusho.  12 points.

Pre-basho:  Something in the neighborhood of 84 points.

So nearly 120 points.  5 yusho (one split).  2 Jun-yusho.  Points in 12 games.

THE DROUGHT IS OVER

GANBARIMASU

 

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