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Day 15 : Tsurugisho

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Day 15

Yutakayama

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Day 13 submissions:

WAKATAKE - Ichiyamamoto
Flohru - Kizakiumi
wolfgangho - Ichiyamamoto
Akogyokuseki - Tobizaru
Tenshinhan - Arawashi
chishafuwaku - Kotonowaka
Benihana - Kotonowaka
Gansekiiwa - Ishiura
Gaijingai - Kotonowaka
Achiyama - Tokushoryu
Tameiki - Tokushoryu
Fujisan - Yutakayama

Day 13 sees Kotonowaka the younger getting the most votes with 3 players.

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Day 13 results:

Ichiyamamoto - loss (WAKATAKE, wolfgangho)
Kizakiumi - loss (Flohru)
Tobizaru - win (Akogyokuseki)
Arawashi - loss (Tenshinhan)
Kotonowaka - win (chishafuwaku, Benihana, Gaijingai)
Ishiura - win (Gansekiiwa)
Tokushoryu - loss (Achiyama, Tameiki)
Yutakayama - win (Fujisan)

Though the yusho was already decided on day 12, players are trying to improve their streak records if possible so as to have better kekka chances for kachikoshi. Half the field emerged victorious for the day.

Yusho - Benihana (7)

Active streaks:

3 - Akogyokuseki
1 - chishafuwaku, Benihana, Gansekiiwa, Gaijingai, Fujisan

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Day 14 submissions:

WAKATAKE - Tobizaru
Flohru - Kizakiumi
wolfgangho - Tobizaru
Akogyokuseki - Kotonowaka
Tenshinhan - Tsurugisho
chishafuwaku - Kotonowaka
Benihana - Kyokutaisei
Gansekiiwa - Yutakayama
Gaijingai - Tobizaru
Achiyama - Kizakiumi
Tameiki - Ishiura
Fujisan - Tobizaru

Tobizaru is the top pick for day 14 with 4 votes.

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Day 14 results: 

Tobizaru - loss (WAKATAKE, wolfgangho, Gaijingai, Fujisan)
Kizakiumi - loss (Flohru, Achiyama)
Kotonowaka - win (Akogyokuseki, chishafuwaku)
Tsurugisho - win (Tenshinhan)
Kyokutaisei - loss (Benihana)
Yutakayama - win (Gansekiiwa)
Ishiura - loss (Tameiki)

The field took a beating today with only 4 players scoring wins. Akogyokuseki still has a respectable streak building at the end.

Yusho - Benihana (7)

Active streaks:

4 - Akogyokuseki
2 - chishafuwaku, Gansekiiwa
1 - Tenshinhan

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Day 15 submissions:

WAKATAKE - Tsurugisho
Flohru - Kizakiumi
wolfgangho - Wakatakakage
Akogyokuseki - Kotonowaka
Tenshinhan - Tsurugisho
chishafuwaku - Daishomaru
Benihana - Chiyoshoma
Gansekiiwa - Tsurugisho
Gaijingai - Tsurugisho
Achiyama - Tsurugisho
Tameiki - Ishiura
Fujisan - Yutakayama

Juryo yusho winner Tsurugisho is the obvious choice to finish strong by 5 players. 

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Day 15 results:

Tsurugisho - win (WAKATAKE, Tenshinhan, Gansekiiwa, Gaijingai, Achiyama)
Kizakiumi - loss (Flohru)
Wakatakakage - loss (wolfgangho)
Kotonowaka - win (Akogyokuseki)
Daishomaru - win (chishafuwaku)
Chiyoshoma - loss (Benihana)
Ishiura - win (Tameiki)
Yutakayama - loss (Fujisan)

Final results are in, with 8 players finishing day 15 with wins and carrying streaks over into Aki 2019. Akogyokuseki got the strongest finish to the basho and we'll have to see if she can extend that into the next basho.

Yusho - Benihana (7)

Active streaks:

5 - Akogyokuseki
3 - chishafuwaku, Gansekiiwa
2 - Tenshinhan
1 - WAKATAKE, Gaijingai, Achiyama, Tameiki

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JWS Nagoya 2019 Kekka:

Streaks

7 - Benihana
6 - Gansekiiwa
5 - WAKATAKE, Akogyokuseki
4 - chishafuwaku, Gaijingai, Tameiki
3 - Flohru, wolfgangho, Tenshinhan, Achiyama
2 - Fujisan

Kekka has been calculate to 4.09 which has to be rounded up, meaning that a streak of 5 wins is where you achieve an 8-7.

Player records for Nagoya 2019:

10-5 --> Benihana
9-6 --> Gansekiiwa
8-7 --> WAKATAKE, Akogyokuseki
7-8 --> chishafuwaku, Gaijingai, Tameiki
6-9 --> Flohru, wolfgangho, Tenshinhan, Achiyama
5-10 --> Fujisan

With that being said here is the banzuke for JWS Aki 2019:

Aki 2019
East Rank West
Tenshinhan (6-9, O1E) O  
WAKATAKE (8-7, K1W) S Behihana (10-5, Y, M2E)
Gaijingai (7-8, S1E) K chishafuwaku (7-8, S1W)
Gansekiiwa (9-6, J, M3W) M1 Akogyokuseki (8-7, M2W)
Flohru (6-9, K1E) M2 Fujisan (5-10, S2E)
wolfgangho (6-9, M1E) M3 Achiyama (6-9, M1W)
Tameiki (7-8, mz) M4 Jejima (0-0-15, M3E)
Masonoyama (0-0-15, M4E) M5 kuroimori (0-0-15, M4W)

@Tenshinhan unfortunately finished with a 6-9, and will be kadoban for next basho. He will need to achieve a kekka of 8-7 to retain his rank. There are no official ozeki runs for right now, but a strong record in Aki by @Benihana will put him on an official run. I am pleased to announce that the banzuke has been growing since starting this game, and we are now up to 15 players of the banzuke! We had 12 players which is one short of the most participants at 13, I would like to see this tied and eclipsed. Congratulations to everyone and thank you very much for your participation in this game!!!

 

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Congrats to @Benihana (Singingdrunk...)

 

And thanks for the game! 

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