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Turn The Tide - Banzuke Haru 2019

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This time the results in Makuuchi were left unchanged for crafting this banzuke, but two wins had to be added in Juryo and below.

Kitakachiyama (Ye 7-8 -> 7-8)         Y     
Susanoo (K2e 9-6 -> 9-6)              S     Tenshinhan (K1e 8-7 -> 8-7)
Haidouzo (K1w 8-7 -> 8-7)             K1    Pandaazuma (K2w 8-7 -> 8-7)
Flohru (M2w 9-6 -> 9-6)               K2    Gurowake (Sw 7-8 -> 7-8)

Ganzohnesushi (M1e 8-7 -> 8-7)        M1    Chishafuwaku (Se 6-9 -> 6-9)
Taka (M6e 10-5 -> 10-5)               M2    Andoreasu (M1w 7-8 -> 7-8)
ScreechingOwl (M5w 9-6 -> 9-6)        M3    Fujiyama (M9e 10-5 -> 10-5)
Achiyama (M6w 8-7 -> 8-7)             M4    Chankoyama (M4e 7-7-1 -> 7-8)
Sakura (M10w 9-5-1 -> 9-6)            M5    Konosato (M5e 7-8 -> 7-8)
Jakusotsu (M2e 5-10 -> 5-10)          M6    Korinokoishi (M4w 6-9 -> 6-9)
Bill (M3e 5-10 -> 5-10)               M7    Asashosakari (M3w 5-10 -> 5-10)
Reijinguoshan (M7w 7-8 -> 7-8)        M8    Jejima (M8w Kosho)
Kaiowaka (M10e 8-7 -> 8-7)            M9    Kintamayama (M13w 9-6 -> 9-6)
Gaijingai (M9w 7-8 -> 7-8)            M10   Kuroimori (M13e 8-7 -> 8-7)
Kobashi (J6e 11-4 -> 13-2)            M11   Ruziklao (M14e 8-7 -> 8-7)
Mariohana (M7e 4-11 -> 4-11)          M12   Sebunshu (M12w 7-8 -> 7-8)
Metzinowaka (M8e 4-11 -> 4-11)        M13   Kasamatsuri (M16e 8-6-1 -> 8-7)
Frinkanohana (M11e 6-9 -> 6-9)        M14   Kotononami (J2w 8-7 -> 10-5)
GONZABUROW (J4w 9-6 -> 11-4)          M15   Andonishiki (M15e 7-8 -> 7-8)
Takanorappa (J1e 6-9 -> 8-7)          M16   Gansekiiwa (M14w 6-9 -> 6-9)
Wamahada (M12e 4-11 -> 4-11)          M17   Yassier (M15w 6-7-2 -> 6-9)
Athenayama (J8w 9-6 -> 11-4)          M18   

Fujisan (J3e 6-9 -> 8-7)              J1    Unkonoyama (J3w 6-9 -> 8-7)
Pitinosato (J2e Kosho)                J2    Andrasoyamawaka (M17e 6-7-2 -> 6-9)
Asapedroryu (J9e 8-7 -> 10-5)         J3    Kishikaisei (M16w 5-10 -> 5-10)
Chocshoporyu (M17w 5-8-2 -> 5-10)     J4    Chisaiyama (M18e 5-10 -> 5-10)
Futtokazan (J6w 6-7-2 -> 8-7)         J5    Manatsumai (J7e 6-9 -> 8-7)
Gernobono (J9w 7-8 -> 9-6)            J6    Suwihuto (J5e 5-9-1 -> 7-8)
Taxinohana (J10w 7-8 -> 9-6)          J7    Nantonoyama (M11w Kyujo)
Saruyama (J11w 7-6-2 -> 9-6)          J8    Taikanute (J7w 5-10 -> 7-8)
Kyoju (ms3w 9-6 -> 11-4)              J9    Profomisakari (J8e 5-10 -> 7-8)
Mmikasazuma (J11e 6-9 -> 8-7)         J10   Gawasukotto (J14e 6-9 -> 8-7)
Holleshoryu (J14w 6-7-2 -> 8-7)       J11   Kamogawa (ms3e 6-9 -> 8-7)
Senkoho (J1w Kyujo)                   J12   Mischashimaru (J12w 5-10 -> 7-8)
Hana-ichi (J13e 5-10 -> 7-8)          J13   Shimodahito (J10e 3-12 -> 5-10)
RaeucherLax (J12e 4-11 -> 6-9)        J14   Wolfgangho (J4e Kyujo)

Anjoboshi (J13w 4-10-1 -> 6-9)        ms1   Tsuchinoninjin (J5w Kyujo)
Ariakenoumi (ms1w 4-10-1 -> 6-9)      ms2   Chenko (ms4e 5-6-4 -> 7-8)
Rikishimiezi (ms2e 2-13 -> 4-11)      ms3   Hagamachikuni (mz 5-10 -> 7-8)
Chiyoshifuji (mz 2-2-11 -> 4-11)      ms4   WAKATAKE (mz 2-9-4 -> 4-11)
Neko (mz 2-9-4 -> 4-11)               ms5   Tainosen (ms1e Kyujo)
Shiroikumo (ms2w Kyujo)               ms6   Kurokawa Akito (ms4w Kyujo)
Nokoshima micuosho (ms5e Kyujo)       ms7   

Banzuke-gai:
Tatsuomi (ms5w)                       
Tdpwent (ms6e)                        
Edwardoho (ms6w)                      
Takanonami (ms7e)                     
Stanwald (ms7w)                       

 

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1 hour ago, Jakusotsu said:

 


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Ganzohnesushi (M1e 8-7 -> 8-7)        M1    ...
                   

8 wins were not enough to be promoted from M1e? I mean, Sanyaku is not really overcrowded with only 7 spots filled. It seems that not only this game is tough, the Banzuke maker is too. Just to quote Terarno: "Jakusotsu is evil" (Whistling...)

For today there is some sadness in Bembel Beya. And from tomorrow onwards --> more keiko! Prost!

Ganzohnesushi

 

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I cannot believe I forgot to request kosho (Applauding...) (in several games, most stupid SB point loss ever)

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12 hours ago, Jakusotsu said:

M16 Gansekiiwa (M14w 6-9 -> 6-9)

I have nothing to complain about. Since I don't think I have ever KKed in this game I didn't even know I was in makuuchi.  Thanks for everything. (Applauding...)

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8 hours ago, Rocks said:

Since I don't think I have ever KKed in this game...

Not true. You had a 8-7 last September.

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Makunouchi after next basho I hope......

I'm starting to warm to this game and hopefully my results will show this......(I didn't like it at first but being a SB game I had to play it..)

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http://turnthetide.sumogames.de/Standing.aspx?B=175&D=15

Both leaders got a win on senshuraku for a splendid 13-2 record. (Perhaps I can make a banzuke without adjustments for a change?) Haidouzo fell behind on tie-breakers, so the yusho goes Ganzohnesushi (who was already celebrating in the German chatroom an hour ago) - congratulations und Prost! (Singingdrunk...)


Yusho:
M1e Ganzohnesushi (13-2) (Yushowinner...)

Kanto-sho:
M18e Athenayama (28) - 2nd in a row!

Gino-sho:
M3e ScreechingOwl (12-12)
M5e Sakura (12-12)

Shukun-sho:
M9w Kintamayama (5.541)
 

Thank you for playing, see ya in May!

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yeeeeah, winning the last 6 days in a row brings the never expected, but fully deserved kk.

i call this a pure miracle, wud have bet a year’s salary against a kk after 2-5-2 on day 9 !

kanpai

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Very late, but I had the chance to catch up with some long overdue busywork recently. This was the 42nd basho for this game - 7 years of turning the tide (or in my case, usually being swept away). A few random stats:


14 players have participated in all 42 basho. Pandaazuma has the most appearances, making picks on 629 out of 630 honbasho days. Gawasukotto's Ironman record of consecutive days ended at 497 in 2017 Kyushu, by the way.

Mischashimaru is the only player to record a positive tie-break/Kanto-sho score in all 42 basho, collecting a staggering 1,139 points in total. At the other end of the scale, Chocshoporyu has recorded a negative score in 39 basho, putting him deep into the red with -626 points.

147 perfect Shukun-sho scores have been recorded, by 51 different players. Taikanute has 30, while Rikishimiezi and Hana-ichi are the other players in double figures, with 10 each.


Most yusho: 3 - Susanoo and Pandaazuma.

Most Kanto-sho: 4 - Flohru, Unkonoyama and Mischashimaru.

Most Gino-sho: 4 - Yassier.

Most Shukun-sho: 3 - Susanoo, Asashosakari and Taikanute.

Total Sansho: 7 - Susanoo (1K, 3G, 3S)

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