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Guess Kisenosato's Aite (S1E Takakeisho) - January 2019

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Final results:

Senshuraku was the fifth day with everybody getting a win. And we knew already who will win the yusho in most convincing fashion (along with all sansho): congratulations to Yokozuna Gurowake!

Gurowake (12-3)
Sakura (10-5)
kuroimori (9-6)
Ryoshishokunin (9-6)
chishafuwaku (9-6)
Tenshinhan (8-7)
orandashoho (8-7)
Jakusotsu (7-8)
shimodahito (7-7-1)
Profomisakari (6-9)
WAKATAKE (5-10)
The Kyokai (2-13)
TillerTheChiller (1-0-14)
Andonishiki (0-2-13)
Umizoi (0-0-15)
Ayagawa (0-0-15)
Jejima (kosho)

Takakeisho's aites: 1. Shodai, 2. Shohozan, 3. Tamawashi, 4. Mitakeumi, 5. Myogiryu, 6. Tochiozan, 7. Ichinojo, 8. Onosho, 9. Nishikigi, 10. Takayasu, 11. Hokutofuji, 12. Kotoshogiku, 13. Hakuho, 14. Okinoumi, 15. Goeido


Yusho:
Gurowake (12-3) (Yushowinner...)


Shukunsho:
Gurowake    7
kuroimori    5
Tenshinhan    5
chishafuwaku    5
Sakura    3
Jakusotsu    3
Ryoshishokunin    3
orandashoho    3
Profomisakari    3


Kantosho:
Gurowake    1
Sakura    2
Ryoshishokunin    3
shimodahito    3
orandashoho    3
kuroimori    4
Jakusotsu    4
Tenshinhan    4
chishafuwaku    4


Ginosho:
Gurowake    6
Sakura    2
Ryoshishokunin    1
shimodahito    1

 

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This game has really changed since I started playing it.  It used to be that getting even 8 right was a monumental feat.  Are the new torikumi makers simply more predictable?  Are we picking rikishi that are easier to predict for?  Is the huge amount of kyujos leading to cases where it's obvious what tack they will take because there aren't that many actual choices?

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Well, I still think getting 8 right would have been a monumental feat...

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4 hours ago, Gurowake said:

This game has really changed since I started playing it.  It used to be that getting even 8 right was a monumental feat.  Are the new torikumi makers simply more predictable?  Are we picking rikishi that are easier to predict for?  Is the huge amount of kyujos leading to cases where it's obvious what tack they will take because there aren't that many actual choices?

I'm too new to know the answer to that. I do think we get more variability with a Maegashira, especially in the last few days.

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Big thank you to Jakusotsu for running the game.

January 2019
Sakura (Y1E 10-5 (Secondprize...)) Y1 Gurowake (Y1W 12-3 (Yushowinner...))
Kuroimori (Y2E 9-6) Y2 

                                        YO Jakusotsu (YO 7-8) 
Gernobono (O1E INTAI) O1 

Ryoshishokunin (S1E 9-6)   S1 Andonishiki (S1W 0-2-13)  
Jejima (K1E KOSHO) K1 Tenshinhan (K1W 8-7)  

Umizoi (M1E KOSHO) M1 chishafuwaku (M1W 9-6)
shimodahito (M2E 7-7-1) M2 orandashoho (M2W 8-7)

Profomisakari (M3E 6-9) M3 WAKATAKE (M3W 5-10)
Ayagawa (M4E 0-0-15) M4 The Kyokai (M4W 2-13)

Mae-zumo
TillerTheChiller (mz 1-0-14)

KK line:  8-7
OQ line: 11-4

Yusho:  Gurowake (Y1W 12-3)
Jun-yusho:  Sakura (Y1E 10-5) 

Shukunsho: Gurowake 
Kantosho: Gurowake 
Ginosho: Gurowake

Congratulations to Gurowake for winning everything!

Edited by Jejima

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New banzuke for March 2019

Gurowake (Y1W 12-3) Y1 Sakura (Y1E 10-5)
Kuroimori (Y2E 9-6) YO Jakusotsu (YO 7-8) 
Ryoshishokunin (S1E 9-6)   S1 Tenshinhan (K1W 8-7)   
Jejima (K1E KOSHO) K1 chishafuwaku (M1W 9-6)

Umizoi (M1E KOSHO) M1 orandashoho (M2W 8-7)
shimodahito (M2E 7-7-1) M2 Andonishiki (S1W 0-2-13)

Profomisakari (M3E 6-9) M3 WAKATAKE (M3W 5-10)
The Kyokai (M4W 2-13) M4 TillerTheChiller (mz 1-0-14)

Intai
Gernobono (O1E INTAI)

Banzuke-gai

Ayagawa (M4E 0-0-15)

Comments:
A great basho by Gurowake who showed why he is a Yokozuna. It is hoped that the rest of 2019 will continue as it started for him.
Although she came up slightly short of Ozeki Quality sumo, Sakura did very well to get the jun-yusho.
Yokozuna Jakusotsu greatly disappointed with his MK. He will be watched closely for improvement in March.

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