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Kaiomitsuki

Time to say goodbye

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Hello everybody.... Bonjour à tous ;)

Because I know that after the Basho nobody will be reading the Sumo Games topics, I think It's the good time to open this topic.

This Kyushu Basho will be my last Basho in the Sumo games.
I will only play the pre-bashos games for this november basho.

I do not have the same passion for Sumo games since a few months.
Maybe I will come back. It will be a new challenge...with a new shikona ;)

So I will declare my Intai the 25th of november ;)

It was nice to play Sumo games for more than 10 years.

It was very nice to have to face you every two months since all this time.

Many Yushos in many games... a Green Mawashi some years ago

 

Thank you everybody.... Merci à tous ;)
Good bye... A bientôt... Sayonara

Alexandre aka Kaiomitsuki

PS : I will continue to play GTB

My SumoChannel is still available....  Some updates since one week ;)
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Ah, another name goes. I enjoyed our matches together. Hope to see you back with a new name.

Game fatigue is definitely a thing. Rando went a few years ago and I see Kotononami was posting about it recently. I tend to view the games as a way to enhance my love of sumo, as it gives me a reason to support every single lad depending on my picks. That is just one reason, of course, but it is a nice one. Anyway...I have found that using the games in this positive way makes them less of a chore.

 

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Very sorry to read this. :'-(  But I do understand.

Hope to see you return in the future!

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15 hours ago, Kaiomitsuki said:

So I will declare my Intai the 25th of november ;)

Thank you everybody.... Merci à tous ;)
Good bye... A bientôt... Sayonara

Alexandre aka Kaiomitsuki

Nice retirement Alex, while waiting for your return ;-)

 

8 hours ago, Pandaazuma said:

I tend to view the games as a way to enhance my love of sumo, as it gives me a reason to support every single lad depending on my picks. That is just one reason, of course, but it is a nice one. Anyway...I have found that using the games in this positive way makes them less of a chore.

 

Fits exactly for me.

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On 03/11/2018 at 13:45, Kaiomitsuki said:

Thank you everybody.... Merci à tous ;)
Good bye... A bientôt... Sayonara

Alexandre aka Kaiomitsuki

PS : I will continue to play GTB

This is a big hit to the French contingent. Good luck! Hope to see you back. (Applauding...)

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I follow your results since a lot of years. It's the end of a giant (Applauding...)(Applauding...)(Applauding...)Bye bye and good luck (Holidayfeeling...)

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9 hours ago, Terarno said:

You don't seem happy on this picture.

I'm not happy....

not because everybody was here for my Danpatsu-shiki : Thanks Kaio, Kotomitsuki, Hakuho, Wakanoyama, Buyuzan, Dominique Rocheteau, Michael Jordan, Patrice Martin, Richard Virenque, the 1985 Chicago Bears team, Kisenosato, Kakuryu, Ama, Dolgorsuren Dagvador and his son Luke Skywalker, Harrison Ford, Clint Eastwood, Harry Callahan, François Pinault, Bernard Arnault, one Gilet Jaune but I don't know his name, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Barry Gibb, Gary Glitter, Gilbert O'sullivan, Patrick Juvet, Sheila & Ringo, Jacquie & Michel, Peter & Sloane, Simon & Garfunkel, Homer Simpson, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, many members from SumoForum, many Izzies...

But because once again you was not here because once again you didn't want to show your face lol 

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14 hours ago, Kaiomitsuki said:

Jacquie & Michel

(Applauding...)

Hope to see you back in a while, and around in the meantime

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You will be missed champion. Great job all these years. I suppose the lack of time is the reason of your decision . Anyway happy to see that Buyuzan was here for your dampatsushiki. Underestimated rikishi! Jean-Pierre Mader should have been here but he was on stage au Stade de France the same day...

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1 hour ago, Kotononami said:

 

1 hour ago, Kotononami said:

Jean-Pierre Mader should have been here but he was on stage au Stade de France the same day...

Merci Renaud ;) 

Yes lack of time...and the sporting level of Sumo today seems very low, so It's not very exciting to follow. Kaio could go up on the dohyo today, he could easily be an Ozeki again lol. And thus become Yokozuna as there is no one left ! 

 

I sent an invitation to Patrick Hernandez, Bernard Minet and the Modern Talking too, but unfortunately they could not come as well. 

 
 
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15 hours ago, Ganzohnesushi said:
On 26/11/2018 at 18:58, Kaiomitsuki said:

Jacquie & Michel

made my Day   (Laughing...)

Now I googled, and I'm shocked if you didn't!

(edit: initially I suspected a misspelling of Kennedy and Obama)

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No goodbye Kaiomitsuki(Happygoodbyes...) just "I will see you again soon........"(Hugging...)

 

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8 hours ago, Jakusotsu said:

Now I googled, and I'm shocked if you didn't!

Come on Klaus, don't be more Catholic than the Pope. Yes, I googled them but that was some 10 ore more years ago. Jacquie & Michel are rather popular in France and it gave me a big grin to find their names among all the other illustrious folks mentioned there. And don't blame me, it was Kaiomitsuki's Danpatsu-shiki where they attended, not mine...:-P

Ganzohnesushi

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