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2019 Sumo Gaming World Championships: The Visuals

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Hi there,

one of my favorite silly pet projects is to visualize how sumo gamers fare in Kyushu Basho, originally with the intent to show how fickle and hard-contested the fight for the Sumo Gaming World Championship can be. Of course, this all has changed with Pandaazuma. In recent years, he played in a league of his own, but this is no longer the case, as in 2019 he is playing in an entirely different dimension, thus making the question of who will become Sumo Game World Champion moot. In fact, I have already ordered trophies for Pandaazuma for the years 2019 through 2025 (which, of course, is a lie; but I have a feeling that I could order them right here and right now).

In any case, this will not detract me from visualizing how the other best sumo gamers in the world fared, and to put this into a visualization that will be updated each day. Unfortunately, any visualization that pictures Pandaazuma will make comparisons of the scores of other players an exercise in having great eyesight, as their internal differences must be captured within a few pixels. In order to be able to discern the trajectories of the mere mortals among players, the visualization below will represent Pandaazuma's score minus 100 points! Of course, even then he would lead by a mile. It's beyond laughable, but what can you do...

Anyway, here are the standings for Day 1 (Day 2 will come in much later today, if not tomorrow). For each day, I will compute the standings in the various games and add them to the overall Sumo Gaming World Championship tally (which can be seen here). On each day of the basho (hopefully), I will provide you with the estimated Top 10 Sekitori Oracle standings (as the standings on the Web page are relatively uninformative until the last few days of the basho), the Top 10 positions for the Kyushu Masters, and a visualization of the top players in total.

So here we go with Day 1:

Oracle Estimated Final Standings:

1. Sakura 644

2. Ryoshishokunin 639

2. Frinkanohana 639

2. Gansekiiwa 639

5. Kishikaisei 636

5. pandaazuma 636

7. Gurowake 635

8. Haidouzo 634

8. Tsuchinoninjin 634

8. Mmikasazuma 634

 

Standings for the Kyushu Masters:

1. Athenayama 60.98 (lead in OBG, co-lead in RotoSumo, 2nd in Hoshitori Game)

2. ScreechingOwl 49.63 (2nd in Salarycap Sumo)

3. Taka 39.56 (co-lead in RotoSumo)

4. Tsuchinoninjin 37.05 (lead in Odd Sumo and Salarycap Sumo)

5. Pandaazuma 34.80 (co-lead in Juryo Game)

6. Gansekiiwa 33.98 (2nd in Odd Sumo, tied for 2nd in Oracle)

7. Norizo 32.32 (lead in Hoshitori Game)

8. Hironoumi 28.58 (3rd in Hoshitori Game and RotoSumo)

9. Takanorappa 28.56 (lead in Toto)

10. Frinkanohana 28.28 (co-lead in TTT, tied for 2nd in Oracle)

 

And here is da graph:

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The question of who becomes first or second seems settled. Norizo jumped into 3rd place, overtaking Gonzaburow. chishafuwaku defended 5th place for now, but Taka is off to a brilliant start, moving from 12th to 6th overall. 7th to 10th are covered by ScreechingOwl (who was even outside of the 100 points club featured here, but catapulted himself into the standings), Ganzohnesushi (OK'ish start), Andoreasu (meh start, dropping from 7th), and Golynohana (also lackluster, dropping from 8th place). 

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Day 2:

SCS Standings:

1. Tsuchinoninjin 204

2. ScreechingOwl 195

3. Athenayama 186

4. Kishikaisei 183

5. Kotononami 180

6. Kitakachiyama 174

7. Haidouzo 168

7. Holleshoryu 168

9. Hakase 165

10. DeRosa 162

10. Gansekiiwa 162

 

Oracle Projections:

1. Sakura 621

2. Gansekiiwa 619

2. pandaazuma 619

2. Wamahada 619

5. Frinkanohana 618

5. Kishikaisei 618

5. Ryoshishokunin 618

8. Golynohana 615

9. Tsuchinoninjin 614

10. Choshu-yuki 613

10. Haidouzo 613

10. Mmikasazuma 613

 

The Kyushu Masters have taken their usual turn. But see for yourself...

1. Pandaazuma 90.83(!) (leads in OBG and UDH, co-lead in Paper Oyakata, tied for 2nd in Oracle)

2. ScreechingOwl  48.80 (lead in Tippspiel, 2nd in Salarycap Sumo)

3. reeeen 41.89 (lead in Odd Sumo, co-leads in Paper Oyakata and Quad)

4. Gansekiiwa 41.36 (co-lead in TTT, tied for 2nd in Oracle, 3rd in Odd Sumo)

5. Tsuchinoninjin 38.46 (lead in Salarycap Sumo, 2nd in Hoshitori)

6. Kobashi 37.58 (co-lead in Quad, 3rd in GTB)

7. Athenayama 36.58 (tied for 2nd in RotoSumo, 3rd in Salarycap Sumo)

8. Asashosakari 34.23 (leads in Juryo Game)

9. Chelseayama 34.17 (leads in RotoSumo, 3rd in UDH)

10. Norizo 29.76

 

Of course, no graph is big enough to capture that Panda from Outer Space. I had to set the limit of the graph to 350 points (which, do not forget, actually means 450 points for the Panda)...

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Pandaazuma (423.11) has eclipsed his ambitious goal of reaching 400 points with frightening ease. Next year he will probably aim for 500 points. Haidouzo (199.25) dipped below the 200 points mark. Norizo (171.37) in 3rd and Gonzaburow (159.88) in 4th have stabilized a bit. chishafuwaku (148.99) again defends 5th place with a nice upward movement. Apart from the Peerless Panda, Kotononami (147.17) was one of today's winners, jumping into 6th place. 7th to 12th place are separated by 4.5 points, and feature Andoreasu (7th, 142.15), ScreechingOwl (8th, 140.55), DeRosa (9th, 140.11), Golynohana (10th, 139.64), Ganzohnesushi (11th, 139.19), and Asashosakari (12th, 137.65). 

 

 

 

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What is the criteria you have used for the "Oracle Projections" on Day 2?

Not complaining or criticizing in any way. Just curiosity.

 

PS: Also nothing to do with me being on last place on Day 2 :-(

 

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2 minutes ago, RPedro44 said:

What is the criteria you have used for the "Oracle Projections" on Day 2?

Not complaining or criticizing in any way. Just curiosity.

 

PS: Also nothing to do with me being on last place on Day 2 :-(

 

The projection is based on the simple (not perfectly correct, but relatively correct) assumption that all rikishi will win 50% of their remaining bouts. According to this projections, your final score would be 585 points (which converts to 37th in my standings).

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1 minute ago, Randomitsuki said:

The projection is based on the simple (not perfectly correct, but relatively correct) assumption that all rikishi will win 50% of their remaining bouts. According to this projections, your final score would be 585 points (which converts to 37th in my standings).

It tends to be fairly accurate indeed, but as it is only day 2, there is still plenty of time for Pedro to turn things around.

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Day 3:

SCS results are on display on Golynohana's site, so no need to rehash them here.

Oracle Projections:

1. Frinkanohana 612

2. pandaazuma 611

3. Ryoshishokunin 610

3. Wamahada 610

5. Gansekiiwa 608

6. Sakura 607

7. Choshu-yuki 605

7. Haidouzo 605

7. Kishikaisei 605

10. Bill 604

 

Kyushu Masters:

1. Pandaazuma 80.92 (leads in Toto and UDH; 2nd in Oracle; 3rd in OBG)

2. Athenayama 59.65 (2nd in Hoshitori and Salarycap Sumo; tied for second in Tippspiel and RotoSumo)

3. reeeen 46.50 (leads in Odd Sumo and Quad; tied for 2nd in Norizo Cup)

4. Asashosakari 42.97 (tied for 2nd in Tippspiel)

5. Frinkanohana 40.50 (leads in Oracle and OBG)

6. Norizo 40.48 (leads in RotoSumo; tied for 2nd in Norizo Cup)

7. Gansekiiwa 35.27 (3rd in Odd Sumo)

8. ScreechingOwl 32.08 (leads in TTT)

9. chishafuwaku 31.74 (2nd in GTB)

10. Taka 31.31  (2nd in UDH; tied for 2nd in RotoSumo).

 

World Championship Standings:

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Nice upward movements for many top players, but not for Pandaazuma (413.20, who dropped some leads, but achieved some new leads to stay safely above 400 points). Haidouzo (214.45) straddled the 200 points mark again, solidifying his lead over Norizo (182.09) and Gonzaburow (171.54). chishafuwaku (158.18) kept his pursuers at bay in 5th. The second tier of player mugshots on the results page is currently led by Ganzohnesushi (149.68) in 6th. Golynohana (7th, 147.37), Asashosakari (8th, 146.39), Andoreasu (9th, 143.09), and Kotononami (10th, 139.95) aren't that far behind. The rest of the top 100 points club consists of Taka (11th, 135.78), Gansekiiwa (12th, 129.40), Nantonoyama (13th, 128.15), DeRosa (14th, 127.21), Kobashi (15th, 124.22), ScreechingOwl (16th, 123.83), Frinkanohana (17th, 106.46), Susanoo (18th, 105.78), Gurowake (19th, 103.78), and Athenayama (20th, 102.44). 

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Day 4:

Salarycap Sumo Top 10:

1. Athenayama 414

1. Tsuchinoninjin 414

3. Haidouzo 408

4. Golynohana 405

4. Kotononami 405

4. ScreechingOwl 405

7. Gansekiiwa 396

7. Kitakachiyama 396

9. Hakase 387

10. GONZABUROW 384

 

Oracle Top 10 Projection:

1. pandaazuma 598

2. Gansekiiwa 596

3. Frinkanohana 595

3. Wamahada 595

5. Golynohana 594

6. Sakura 593

7. Bill 592

7. Choshu-.yuki 592

7. Kishikaisei 592

10. Gurowake 591

10. Ryoshishokunin 591

 

Kyushu Masters:

1. Pandaazuma 90.15 (leads in Oracle, Toto, and UDH; 2nd in Juryo Game)

2. chishafuwaku 78.99 (leads in Hoshitori Game, Juryo Game, and Odd Sumo; jun-yusho in GTB)

3. Ganzohnesushi 51.11 (co-lead in Bench Sumo)

4. Kotononami 43.58 (leads in Norizo Cup; 2nd in Hoshitori Game; 3rd in Odd Sumo)

5. Norizo 42.24 (leads in RotoSumo)

6. Gansekiiwa 38.62 (leads in TTT; 2nd in Oracle)

7. Athenayama 37.20 (co-leads in Salarycap Sumo)

8. reeeen 36.12 (leads in Paper Oyakata; 2nd in Odd Sumo)

9. Kobashi 35.39 (finished 3rd in GTB)

10. Asashosakari 33.35 (2nd in UDH)

 

World Championship Race:

Pandaazuma (422.43) continues his total domination. Will he finish with twice as many points as the runner-up in the World Championship? Haidouzo (214.04) still sits quite firmly in 2nd place. But with a monumental surge today, chishafuwaku almost added 50 points to his tally on a single day, also crossing the 200 points mark (205.43, to be precise). Incredible stuff! Norizo (183.85) improved a bit, but dropped down to 4th place. Even worse, for him, another giant leap today was taken by Ganzohneushi (177.03) who catapulted himself into the first tier of SB Web page mugshots. Currently, there is a battle for 6th place, involving Golynohana (162.53, more than 15+ for today), Kotononami (161.10, gaining more than 20 points), and Gonzaburow (160.49). The Top 10 are rounded out by Andoreasu (149.23) and Asashosakari (136.77). Other players with a shot at a final position among the Top 10 are Kobashi (132.83), Gansekiiwa (132.75), DeRosa (132.20), Taka (130.37), and Nantonoyama (128.11).

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Day 5:

Salarycap Sumo Top 10:

1. Kotononami 495

2. Tsuchinoninjin 489

3. Golynohana 480

4. Gansekiiwa 474

4. Haidouzo 474

4. ScreechingOwl 474

7. GONZABUROW 471

8. Athenayama 465

9. Kishikaisei 459

10. Asapedroryu 456

 

Oracle Top 10:

1. Wamahada 588

2. pandaazuma 583

3. Choshu-yuki 581

4. Frinkanohana 580

4. Gansekiiwa 580

6. Golynohana 579

6. Kishikaisei 579

6. Sakura 579

6. Tsuchinoninjin 579

10. chishafuwaku 578

10. Ryoshishokunin 578

 

Kyushu Masters Top 10:

1. Pandaazuma 94.19 (leads in Toto and UDH; 2nd in Juryo Game, Oracle, and - tied - in Hoshitori Game)

2. chishafuwaku 67.80 (leads in Juryo Game; jun-yusho in GTB; 2nd in Odd Sumo; 3rd in UDH)

3. Kotononami 52.08 (leads in Salarycap Sumo; 3rd in Odd Sumo)

4. Norizo 42.90 (leads in RotoSumo; tied for 2nd in Hoshitori Game)

5. Ganzohnesushi 42.16 (co-leads in Bench Sumo)

6. reeeen 42.00 (leads in Paper Oyakata and Odd Sumo; 2nd in Norizo Cup)

7. Kobashi 38.72 (tied for 2nd in Toto; finished 3rd in GTB)

8. Tsuchinoninjin 34.50 (leads in Hoshitori Game; 2nd in Salarycap Sumo)

9. Taka 33.23 (2nd in RotoSumo)

10. ScreechingOwl 32.93 (leads in Quad)

 

World Championship Standings:

Yesterday, I asked whether the Panda (426.47) will ultimately have twice as many points as his closest pursuer. Of course, the question turned out to be purely rhetorical. There is a concept of regression to the middle, but for whatever reason this doesn't seem to apply to him anymore. It's simply incredible! Regression to the middle applied to many other top dogs today, however. Haidouzo (202.45) managed to stay above the 200 points mark while chishafuwaku in 3rd dropped below that mark (194.24). Norizo (184.51) remains in fourth while an ever-improving Kotononami (169.60) overtook Ganzohnesushi (168.08) to take fifth place. Golynohana (162.92) battles with Gonzaburow (158.02) for seventh place while Andoreasu in 9th  (148.39) enjoys both some upward and downward margin. 10th place is hotly contested among Taka (137.70), Kobashi (136.16), and DeRosa (135.40). Gansekiiwa and Asashosakari were close to the coveted places yesterday, but experienced quite some downturns today and need some extra boost to get back into contention. 

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Day 6:

Salarycap Sumo Top 10:

1. Haidouzo 591

2. Asapedroryu 549

2. ScreechingOwl 549

4. Tsuchinoninjin 540

5. Chelseayama 534

6. Kotononami 531

7. Gansekiiwa 528

8. Kishikaisei 525

9. Golynohana 522

9. GONZABUROW 522

 

Oracle Top 10:

1. Wamahada 579.5

2. pandaazuma 578.5

3. Frinkanohana 577.5

3. Sakura 577.5

5. Gansekiiwa 576.5

5. Golynohana 576.5

5. Ryoshishokunin 576.5

8. Choshu-yuki 575.5

9. chishafuwaku 574.5

9. Kishikaisei 574.5

 

Kyushu Masters:

Wow, quite a race for the Green Mawashi right now!

1. Pandaazuma 79.11 (leads in Toto and UDH; 2nd in Oracle, 3rd in Hoshitori Game and Odd Sumo)

2. chishafuwaku 77.91 (leads in Juryo Game and Odd Sumo; co-lead in ISP; jun-yusho in GTB; 2nd in UDH) 

3. Kobashi 54.69 (leads in Quad and co-leads in ISP; 2nd in Toto; 3rd place in GTB)

4. ScreechingOwl 50.61 (2nd in Tippspiel; tied for 2nd in Salarycap Sumo and Sumo Game)

5. Norizo 35.34 (2nd in RotoSumo)

6. Athenayama 32.00 (leads in Tippspiel)

7. Jakusotsu 31.89 (leads in Chaingang)

8. Taka 30.88 (3rd in RotoSumo)

9. Konosato 27.32 (leads in TTT)

10. Oskahanada 26.30

 

World Championship:

Pandaazuma (411.39) lost some ground, but stays firmly above the 400 points mark. Haidouzo (207.37) in 2nd gets some heat from chishafuwaku (204.25) in third. Norizo (4th, 176.95) is in no-man's land. Five players are battling for the final spot in the first tier of the Top 10: Gonzaburow (155.46), Andoreasu (153.91), Ganzohnesushi (152.21, losing about 16 points today), Kobashi (152.13, winning about 16 points today), and Golynohana (150.95, losing about 12 points today). ScreechingOwl (142.36) rounds out the Top 10. Very tough day for Kotononami who lost more than 30 points...

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Day 7:

I have decided to post the (interim) graph though UDH results for Day 7 aren't in. But hey, it's weekend, and we sumo game retirees (like Tamanaogijma) deserve some rest, if we so desire. As these standings are not entirely accurate, I will refrain from lengthy comments.

Oracle Top 10:

1. pandaazuma 584

2. Gansekiiwa 583

3. Golynohana 582

4. Choshu-yuki 580

4. Kishikaisei 580

4. Sakura 580

7. chishafuwaku 579

7. Frinkanohana 579

9. ScreechingOwl 578

10. Gurowake 577

10. Ryoshishokunin 577

10. Wamahada 577

 

Kyushu Masters:

1. Pandaazuma 76.86 (leads in Oracle , Toto, and UDH; 3rd in Odd Sumo) 

2. chishafuwaku 66.86 (leads in Juryo Game and Odd Sumo; jun-yusho in GTB and 2nd in UDH)

3. ScreechingOwl 43.31 (tied for 2nd in Tippspiel and Toto)

4. Gansekiiwa 40.00 (leads in TTT; 2nd in Oracle; 3rd in Salarycap Sumo)

5. Ganzohnesushi 39.61 

6. Ketsukai 38.29 (leads in Chaingang and OBG)

7. Taka 37.67 (tied for 2nd in RotoSumo)

8. Susanoo 37.08 (2nd in OBG)

9. Norizo 32.21 (leads in Quad)

10. Golynohana 31.45 (3rd in Oracle)

 

World Championship Standings:

Notable gains today by Golynohana (close to 15 points), Ganzohnesushi (more than 13 points), and DeRosa (almost 20 points). Tough days for chishafuwaku (more than 10 points) and Kobashi (more than 25 points!)

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Day 8:

Oracle Top 10:

1. chishafuwaku 572

2. Sakura 570

3. Gansekiiwa 569

3. Ganzohnesushi 569

5. pandaazuma 568

6. Choshu-yuki 567

6. Golynohana 567

6. Tsuchinoninjin 567

9. Kishikaisei 565

10. Frinkanohana 564

10. Gurowake 564

 

Kyushu Masters:

Pandaazuma has lost his mojo, at least for now. In contrast, Ganzohnesushi rebounded extremely well today, taking over the lead in the race for the Green Mawashi.

1. Ganzohnesushi 81.50 (co-leads in POG and Bench; tied for 2nd in Norizo Cup and OBG) 

2. chishafuwaku 75.55 (leads in Juryo Game, Oracle, and Odd Sumo; jun-yusho in GTB)

3. Pandaazuma 51.85 (leads in UDH; 3rd in Odd Sumo)

4. DeRosa 43.00 (leads in Sumo Game; tied for 2nd in Norizo Cup)

5. ScreechingOwl 40.64 (leads in Toto; tied for 2nd in Tippspiel and Quad)

6. Kobashi 39.28 (leads in Quad; finished 3rd in GTB)

7. Susanoo 37.80 (co-leads in Bench; tied for 2nd in OBG; 3rd in Hoshitori Game)

8. Taka 35.05 (leads in RotoSumo; tied for 2nd in Chaingang)

9. Gansekiiwa 35.00 (leads in TTT; tied for 2nd in SCS)

10. Ketsukai 34.50 (leads in OBG; tied for 2nd in Chaingang)

 

World Championship Standings:

The Panda (384.13) is in a slump, and it will be interesting to see if and how he gets out of it. 400 points are still within reach for someone of his caliber, of course. Haidouzo in 2nd  (216.91) has been quite stable over the last few days. Ganzohnesushi's sudden surge has led him to 207.42 and into 3rd place. chishafuwaku also recovered and straddled the 200 points line, but dropped to 4th place for now (201.99). Norizo (173.11) remains safely in 5th place though his score has steadily declined over the last few days. From there on, it stays murky. Golynohana (160.07) has a tiny leading margin over Gonzaburow (159.96), and DeRosa (156.08) and Andoreasu (155.22) are very close behind. Kotononami (151.70) has recovered quite nicely and sits in 10th place.

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Day 9:

Top 10 Oracle:

1. pandaazuma 569

2. Sakura 567

3. Choshu-yuki 565

4. Gansekiiwa 564

5. Golynohana 563

5. Tsuchinoninjin 563

7. Asashosakari 562

7. chishafuwaku 562

7. Frinkanohana 562

7. Ganzohnesushi 562

7. Ryoshishokunin 562

 

Kyushu Masters:

All sumo gamers know that feeling. The basho starts splendidly, but at some time during the tournament things slowly begin to fall apart. Somehow one starts to suck in daily gaming, and while the pre-basho games had such a wonderful start, there is a slow, but steady decline. Over the last two days, things must have felt that way for Pandaazuma - he didn't know how to respond to all that unpredictable stuff in the daily scene, and while he dominated pre-basho gaming, he slowly moved down in all of them. Yay, mid-basho blues... So how can you turn around these things? More effort in daily games? Well, the Panda invented a new strategy, and that is simply improving one's standings in pre-basho games. You might retort that there is no way to deliberately improve your standings in pre-basho games during the basho - but for whatever reasons Pandaazuma can do this with a snip of his fingers. Early on, he was leading in Juryo Game and Oracle, for example. But a couple of shoddy days, and he found himself dropping to a four-way tie for 3rd in Juryo Game, and he even slipped down that slippery road of Oracle mediocrity down to 5th place. And his response? Simply getting back into the lead in both games! It's as simple as defying gravity!

And so, the hope for mortal players to capitalize on the Panda's mini slump lasted for an entire day... 

1. Pandaazuma 76.86 (leads in Juryo Game, Oracle, and UDH; 3rd in Odd Sumo)

2. Ganzohnesushi 72.12 (co-leads in Bench Sumo; 3rd in RotoSumo)

3. chishafuwaku 56.88 (leads in Odd Sumo; jun-yusho in GTB; tied for 2nd in Juryo Game)

4. ScreechingOwl 44.58 (leads in Quad and Toto; 2nd in Tippspiel)

5. DeRosa 44.50 (leads in Norizo Cup and Sumo Game)

6. Susanoo 44.32 (leads in OBG; 3rd in Hoshitori Game)

7. Taka 41.88 (2nd in RotoSumo; tied jun-yusho in Chaingang)

8. Konosato 38.25 (2nd in Hoshitori Game; tied for 2nd in TTT; 3rd in UDH)

9. Norizo 36.38 (leads in RotoSumo; 2nd in Quad)

10. Tsuchinoninjin 35.50 (leads in Hoshitori Game; 2nd in SCS)

 

World Championship Standings:

The Panda (309.14) added another 25 points to his tally as if this were nothing, and continues to astound an awestruck audience. Haidouzo (218.95) is improving his score ever so slightly. Ganzohnesushi (198.04) dipped below the 200 mark, but remains in 3rd place. chishafuwaku (183.32) continued to dance the 200 points limbo: ever since Day 3, he was above 200 on even days, and below on odd days. However, today he took quite a dive (-18 points) and has to stretch in order to stay in pattern for tomorrow. Norizo (177.99) stays firmly in fifth place. The GoGo duet of Gonzaburow (163.46) and Golynohana (162.55) continue to march in perfect synchrony - ever since day 4 they were separated by less than five points. DeRosa (157.58) defends eighth place in front of Andoreasu (154.16). Taka (146.35) added about seven points today, thus overtaking Kotononami (143.13) who lost about eight points today for the final spot among the Top 10. Currently uncharted Susanoo (142.77) and ScreechingOwl (136.33) are absolutely in contention for the Top 10 as well.

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Day 10:

Salarycap Sumo Top 10:

1. Asapedroryu 954

2. GONZABUROW 924

2. Haidouzo 924

2. Tsuchinoninjin 924

5. Kotononami 909

6. Golynohana 906

6. ScreechingOwl 906

8. Gansekiiwa 900

9. Kitakachiyama 894

10. DeRosa 882

 

Oracle Top 10 Projection:

1. pandaazuma 562

1. Sakura 562

3. Choshu-yuki 561

3. Ganzohnesushi 561

5. chishafuwaku 559

5. Gansekiiwa 559

7. Asashosakari 558

7. Kishikaisei 558

9. DeRosa 557

9. Frinkanohana 557

9. Golynohana 557

9. Mmikasazuma 557

9. Tsuchinoninjin 557

 

Kyushu Masters:

1. Pandaazuma 77.45 (leads in Juryo Game and UDH; co-leads in Oracle; tied for 2nd in Toto; 3rd in Odd Sumo)

2. Ganzohnesushi 65.96 (co-leads in Bench Sumo; 3rd in Paper Oyakata)

3. DeRosa 55.60 (leads in Paper Oyakata, Norizo Cup, and OBG)

4. chishafuwaku 53.56 (leads in Odd Sumo; jun-yusho in GTB)

5. ScreechingOwl 51.70 (leads in Quad and Toto; 2nd in Tippspiel)

6. Konosato 46.00 (leads in Hoshitori Game; 2nd in UDH; tied for 2nd in TTT)

7. Norizo 41.63 (leads in RotoSumo; 2nd in Hoshitori Game and Quad)

8. Taka 37.11 (2nd in RotoSumo; jun-yusho tie in Chaingang; tied for 2nd in ISP)

9. Susanoo 37.04 (2nd in OBG)

10. Kotononami 33.08 (tied for 2nd in Toto)

 

World Championship:

This was a slow news day, in a way. Only one Top 10 contestant had a change of more than 10 points today, and that was DeRosa (in the upward direction) after grabbing the lead in all three Japanese games. Pandaazuma (409.73) was staying stable. Haidouzo's slow 4-day upward trend was bucked today, but at 212.98 he is still the main contender for 2nd place in the World Championship. Ganzohnesushi (191.88) dipped a bit, but remains in 3rd place. Norizo (183.24) improved in sufficient fashion to overtake chishafuwaku (180.00) for 4th place.

The second half of the Top 10 are currently led by DeRosa (168.68) in front of Gonzaburow (163.96). Not far behind, Andoreasu (157.91) stole eighth place from Golynohana (154.20) who finally ended his streak of synchronized gaming with Gonzaburow. The Top 10 are rounded out by Kotononami (150.60). ScreechingOwl (143.45) and Taka (141.58) may still have a shot at the Top 10.

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Day 11:

Top 10 Oracle Projection:

1. Sakura 557

2. Mmikasazuma 555

2. pandaazuma 555

4. Frinkanohana 554

4. Ganzohnesushi 554

4. Hakase 554

7. Choshu-yuki 553

8. Asashosakari 552

8. chishafuwaku 552

8. Gansekiiwa 552

 

Kyushu Masters:

Pandaazuma lost more than 12 points today, and is no longer in the driver's seat for Kyushu Basho. There are currently five players poised for a 50+ points basho .

1. Ganzohnesushi 70.18 (leads in Norizo Cup; co-leads in Bench Sumo)

2. Pandaazuma 65.10 (2nd in Juryo Game; tied for 2nd in Oracle; 3rd in Odd Sumo and UDH)

3. Konosato 56.00 (leads in Hoshitori Game, Sumo Game, and UDH)

4. chishafuwaku 52.77 (leads in Odd Sumo; jun-yusho in GTB; 3rd in Juryo Game)

5. ScreechingOwl 51.30 (leads in Toto; 2nd in Tippspiel)

6. Taka 44.75 (leads in RotoSumo; 2nd in ISP; shared jun-yusho in Chaingang)

7. Norizo 43.33 (leads in Quad; 2nd in Hoshitori Game and RotoSumo)

8. Kotononami 39.41 (2nd in Norizo Cup; 3rd in SCS)

9. DeRosa 37.83 (leads in Paper Oyakata; 2nd in Ozumo Bingo)

10. Ketsukai 35.77 (leads in Ozumo Bingo; shared jun-yusho in Chaingang)

 

World Championship:

Last year, Pandaazuma missed the 300 points mark in the waning days of the gaming year. This year, the same thing could happen again, albeit with the 400 points mark. After Day 11, he dipped below that magical mark (397.38), but he has bounced back from similar predicaments before. Haidouzo (214.87) calmly cruises into 2nd place, as it seems. Current Kyushu Masters leader Ganzohnesushi (196.10) closes in on the 200 points mark again. Norizo (184.94) remains fourth in front of chishafuwaku (179.21).

The second tier is now led by Gonzaburow (159.96) with a narrow leading margin over Andoreasu (157.63) and Kotononami (156.93). Yesterday's power player DeRosa suffered a painful loss of almost 18 points to drop from sixth to ninth (150.91), closely followed by Taka in tenth (149.22) and Golynohana in 11th (148.92). Konosato (143.81) and ScreechingOwl (143.05) are still in contention (in fact, Konosato only moved into contention today by suddenly taking the lead in three games).

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Short info: tomorrow I will have no time in the evening, so I will only report abridged (and probably incomplete) info about Day 12 in the (European) afternoon. From Friday onwards, business should be back to usual.

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14 hours ago, Randomitsuki said:

Kyushu Masters:

1. Ganzohnesushi 70.18 (leads in Norizo Cup; co-leads in Bench Sumo)

After Day 12 results I think this dream is over...

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6 minutes ago, Ganzohnesushi said:

After Day 12 results I think this dream is over...

Ganzohnesushi

Yeah, this is really tough luck. You lost around 20 points today... Will do the (incomplete) update once NC results are in.

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Day 12:

As I told yesterday, I have little time for comments today, so it's mostly just numbers and visuals. UDH results of Day 12 are not included.

Oracle Top 10 Projection:

1. Sakura 552

2. Ganzohnesushi 551

3. Mmikasazuma 550

4. Frinkanohana 548

4. Gansekiiwa 548

6. Asashosakari 547

6. chishafuwaku 547

6. Choshu-yuki 547

6. Golynohana 547

6. pandaazuma 547

6. Tsuchinoninjin 547

 

Kyushu Masters:

A terrible meltdown for Ganzohnesushi today. He lost more than 22 points on a single day. Conversely, ScreechingOwl could further amp his standings and suddenly finds himself in the leading position.

1. ScreechingOwl 65.40 (leads in Toto; 3rd in Hoshitori Game and SCS)

2. Pandaazuma 56.03 (2nd in Juryo Game; 3rd in Odd Sumo and UDH)

3. Konosato 56.00 (leads in Hoshitori Game, Sumo Game, and UDH)

4. chishafuwaku 55.17 (leads in Odd Sumo; jun-yusho in GTB)

5. Ganzohnesushi 48.10 (co-leads in Bench Sumo; 2nd in Oracle and Norizo Cup)

6. Norizo 46.19 (leads in Quad, 2nd in Hoshitori Game and RotoSumo)

7. DeRosa 40.50 (leads in POG and OBG)

8. Taka 38.84 (leads in RotoSumo; shared jun-yusho in Chaingang)

9. Kotononami 32.94 (3rd in Norizo Cup)

10. Ketsukai 31.00 (2nd in OBG; shared jun-yusho in Chaingang)

 

World Championship:

Pandaazuma lost some ground, so the 400+ points mission is in danger. Ganzohnesushi's nightmare shifted him from 3rd to 5th overall. In contrast, ScreechingOwl improved all the way from 12th to 8th overall.

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Day 13:

Although Golynohana has already posted the SCS standings after Day 13, I will post "my" SCS standings here (which already acknowledge the fact that Hakuho will at least have a 12-3 jun-yusho worth 25 bonus points).

SCS Top 10:

1. Haidouzo 1510

2. ScreechingOwl 1477

3. Asapedroryu 1474

4. GONZABUROW 1447

5. Tsuchinoninjin 1435

6. Gansekiiwa 1417

7. Golynohana 1408

8. DeRosa 1360

9. Oskahanada 1342

10. Konosato 1330

 

Oracle Top 10 Projection:

1. Ganzohnesushi 555

2. Mmikasazuma 554

3. Sakura 552

4. Golynohana 548

4. Konosato 548

4. ScreechingOwl 548

4. Tsuchinoninjin 548

8. Asashosakari 547

8. chishafuwaku 547

8. Frinkanohana 547

8. Gansekiiwa 547

 

Kyushu Masters Top 10:

Pandaazuma experienced an epic meltdown today (more than 22 points since yesterday). That probably shattered his hopes for an unprecedented fourth Green Mawashi this year. At the moment, we have a thrilling duel between ScreechingOwl and Konosato for the Green Mawashi. They are both tied at 9-4 in Sumo Game which gives Konosato 15 points, but only 10 points for ScreechingOwl. Finally, chishafuwaku is also full in contention, so keep an eye on him as well!

1. ScreechingOwl 67.89 (leads in Toto; 2nd in Hoshitori Game and SCS; tied for 2nd in Sumo Game)

2. Konosato 65.35 (leads in Hoshitori Game, Sumo Game, and UDH)

3. chishafuwaku 60.00 (leads in ISP and Odd Sumo; jun-yusho in GTB)

4. Norizo 46.80 (leads in Quad; 2nd in RotoSumo; 3rd in Hoshitori Game)

5. Ganzohnesushi 45.14 (leads in Oracle; 2nd in Norizo Cup)

6. DeRosa 43.50 (leads in OBG; 2nd in POG)

7. Taka 39.89 (leads in RotoSumo; shared jun-yusho in Chaingang)

8. Pandaazuma 34.95 (no double digit scores for now)

9. Gansekiiwa 33.50 (leads in TTT; 2nd in Odd Sumo)

10. Kotononami 29.28 (2nd in UDH)

 

World Championship:

Pandaazuma (367.23) did not only lose sight of the Green Mawashi, but also looks more and more likely to miss out on that super-ambitious 400 points goal. While I could imagine that he is disappointed by this "disaster" we/he should not forget that he will finish with the most dominating year ever in the history of sumo gaming. What he has achieved in 2019 is ridiculously awesome, and if it weren't the Panda I would say that he set a record for the ages. 

Haidouzo (214.57) is all but guaranteed to finish second for 2019 with a solid Kyushu performance in the 20s. Norizo (188.41) and a slightly rejuvenated chishafuwaku (186.71) are battling for 3rd place while it looks that Ganzohnesushi (171.06) will settle for 5th.

Below that the only certain thing is that nothing is certain. Six players have an excellent shot at the remaining five places among the Top 10, and they are separated by only 8.5 points (which, as most of you can attest to, amounts to nothing). Currently, Gonzaburow (161.96) leads the second tier in front of ScreechingOwl (159.64), Golynohana (158.56), Andoreasu (157.95), and DeRosa (156.58). Only three points further behind, there is Konosato (153.16, but currently uncharted in the graph as he hasn't been above 100 points at the beginning of the basho, and also hasn't been in the Top 10 ever since. But maybe he will make it onto the graph when it really counts!)

Finally, I'd say that we have two more players with an outside chance of a Top 10 finish: Kotononami (146.80) and Taka (144.36).

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Day 14:

SCS Top 10 (including bonus points for Hakuho and Asanoyama):

1. ScreechingOwl 1836

2. Asapedroryu 1744

2. Haidouzo 1744

4. Konosato 1683

5. GONZABUROW 1669

6. Gansekiiwa 1642

7. Tsuchinoninjin 1636

8. Golynohana 1618

9. DeRosa 1579

10. Kishikaisei 1561

 

Oracle Top 10 Projection:

1. Ganzohnesushi 541.5

2. Mmikasazuma 540.5

3. Sakura 539.5

4. Asashosakari 538.5

4. chishafuwaku 538.5

4. Konosato 538.5

7. Hakase 537.5

7. Susanoo 537.5

9. DeRosa 536.5

9. Frinkanohana 536.5

9. Gansekiiwa 536.5

9. Golynohana 536.5

9. Kotononami 536.5

9. ScreechingOwl 536.5

9. Tsuchinoninjin 536.5

9. Unkonoyama 536.5

 

Kyushu Masters:

Yesterday, I speculated that the outcome of the Kyushu Masters may depend on how the two main contestants for the title (ScreechingOwl and Konosato) fare in Sumo Game. Well, that was possibly wrong. Indeed, Sumo Game delivered an interesting outcome today, as ScreechingOwl won (moving from 10 to 12 points) whereas Konosato lost (dropping from 15 to 7.25 points). However, the Swiss gaming wizard ironed this out by massively improving in the SCS standings (from 1 to 8 points). At the same time, ScreechingOwl had a small, but significant net loss of 4.5 points today. Though he improved in Sumo Game and SCS, he lost more than 5 points in Oracle, and also some smaller amounts in Tippspiel, Hoshitori, and Quad. As a consequence, Konosato takes the lead in the Kyushu Masters Race. And by the looks of it, he has a good chance of defending that top spot tomorrow, as a yusho in Hoshitori Game and UDH seems all but guaranteed, considering his leading margin. On the other hand, ScreechingOwl still leads in Toto and SCS, but would probably lose quite a lot of Toto points if he didn't win tomorrow. We'll see how this pans out, and we won't write off chishafuwaku (though he lost some ground today).

1. Konosato 66.08 (probably yusho in Hoshitori Game and UDH; tied for 2nd in TTT)

2. ScreechingOwl  63.38 (leads in Toto and SCS; 2nd in Sumo Game; 3rd in Hoshitori Game)

3. chishafuwaku 56.83 (jun-yusho in GTB; 2nd in Odd Sumo)

4. Norizo 45.75 (leads in Quad and RotoSumo)

5. Ganzohnesushi 42.18 (leads in Oracle; 2nd in Norizo Cup)

6. Susanoo 39.82 (2nd in Bench Sumo and Hoshitori Game)

7. Taka 36.08 (2nd in RotoSumo; shared jun-yusho in Chaingang)

8. DeRosa 35.79 (leads in the Japanese twin games)

9. Gansekiiwa 32.71 (leads in TTT; 3rd in Odd Sumo)

10. Kotononami 29.46 (3rd in Norizo Cup and UDH)

 

World Championship:

The sudden and unexpected demise of Pandaazuma (360.36) continues. His slump coincided with engaging in a forum brawl about UDH rule changes. Note to superstitious self: if you want to beat the Panda, pick up a forum fight with him, as he loses concentration afterwards ;) All joking aside, I am confident that he will soon come back as strong as ever.

Haidouzo (211.78) will finish in 2nd place for the year. The bronze medal is still contested among Norizo (187.36) and chishafuwaku (183.27). Ganzohnesushi (168.10) collapsed in week 2, and he can be happy if he finishes the year in the first tier of the Top 10 (which is no longer a foregone conclusion).

Andoreasu (162.76) has the best shot of moving into the first tier in the Final Standings, but he is pursued by Gonzaburow (159.96). Not content with battling for the Green Mawashi, ScreechingOwl (155.13) and Konosato (153.89, newly charted on the graph) are also fighting for 8th place in 2019. Golynohana (151.05) rounds out the Top 10, but DeRosa (148.87) and Kotononami (146.98) are still lurking in the hanamichi to catch some spotlight. Very very very outlandish Top 10 chances might exist for Taka (140.55) and Susanoo (138.27), but they would clearly have to add double digits tomorrow.

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Tadaa!

Ok, here are the Final Results of this and that. In fact, I don't know whether the results are super-final as both Hoshitori Game and SCS haven't posted official results while I am writing this. But I have computed the SCS standings throughout the basho, and barring any mistakes that I've made I should have figured out the Top 10. A little more shaky are my computations of Hoshitori Game, but I checked for the Top 25 players after Day 14 and manually computed what I believe their final tallies will be. Results for these two games are as follows (I think).

Salarycap Sumo Top 10:

1. ScreechingOwl 2268

2. Konosato 2142

3. Haidouzo 2100

4. GONZABUROW 2046

5. Gansekiiwa 2028

6. Golynohana 1959

7. Tsuchinoninjin 1944

8. Asashosakari 1902

9. Kotononami 1899

9. Unkonoyama 1899

 

Hoshitori Game Top 10 (might be off a little)

1. Konosato 986

2. ScreechingOwl 935

3. Tsuchinoninjin 915

4. Susanoo 908

5. Taka 888

6. Kakushoyama 886

7. Bill 869

8. Athenayama 865

9. Flohru 859

10. Norizo 854

 

Kyushu Masters:

Coming into the day, it looked like a duel between Konosato and ScreechingOwl, with chishafuwaku being the dark horse.

Let's begin with chishafuwaku. He had a strong senshuraku and could really stir things up in the Kyushu Masters. He was overtaken by eventually yusho-ing reeeen in Odd Sumo where he dropped from 2nd to 3rd. He also lost half a point in UDH. But this was more than offset by a) a huge boost in Juryo Game (from 5 points to jun-yusho) and b) a similar boost in Oracle (from 6.33 points to jun-yusho). This has led to a daily net gain of more than 10 points, resulting in a final tally of 67.00.

Next, there is ScreechingOwl who had a very mixed day. On the plus side, he went from 2nd place to yusho winner in Sumo Game (going from 12 to 15 points), increased his Oracle tally by another 3 points,  and he gained another two points in Hoshitori Game (by my reckoning). However, this was offset by some notable downturns. Most notably, of course, was his loss on senshuraku in Toto, a game he has led throughout most of the basho. But the final kuroboshi turned a 15-points yusho into a six-way jun-yusho worth only 7.25 points. To make matters worse, he finished near the bottom in Tippspiel today for a meager 4 points in that game. As a consequence, he went down from 4th (8 points) to 8th (3 points) in Tippspiel. All this amounted to a net loss of about 6.5 points. I have him at 57.50 points for Kyushu Basho.

Finally, there is Konosato. He would need a small net gain of 0.92 points today in order to finish ahead of chishafuwaku. Most shockingly, Konosato lost again in Sumo Game (he was in the lead until a few days before), dropping from 7.25 to 2.5 points there. He also lost some footing in Oracle (from 6.33 to 4.14 points). He lost smaller amounts in Ozumo Bingo (from 2 to 0.86 points) and TTT (from 11 to 10 points). His added losses for the day amounted to 9.08 points. Now let's look at his upward movements for the day: He added 0.3 points for squeezing into the Bench Sumo Top 10. Net score: -8.78 points, distance to chishafuwaku: -9.70 points. Konosato also sneaked into the Top 10 in Quad by being one of the few winners in senshuraku. Net score: -7.92 points, distance to chishafuwaku: -8.84 points. Konosato improved very much in Salarycap Sumo, going from 4th (8 points) to jun-yusho (12 points). Net score: -3.92 points, distance to chishafuwaku: -4.84 points. Konosato desperately needed a stronger boost. And he got it with Juryo Game where he went from a 9th place tie worth 1.5 points to a three-way tie for 3rd place (worth 8 points). This 6.5 points gain turned his daily net loss (-3.92) into a net gain (+2.68). And it also turned his distance to chishafuwaku from -4.84 points to +1.66 points. Phew, that was close! Congrats, Raymond! And hats off to chishafuwaku and ScreechingOwl.

Top 10:

1. Konosato 68.66 (yusho in Hoshitori Game and UDH; jun-yusho in SCS; shared jun-yusho in TTT)

2. chishafuwaku 67.00 (jun-yusho in GTB and Juryo Game; shared jun-yusho in Oracle; 3rd in Odd Sumo)

3. ScreechingOwl 57.50 (yusho in Sumo Game and SCS; jun-yusho in Hoshitori Game)

4. Ganzohnesushi 42.86 (yusho in Oracle)

5. Taka 38.86 (yusho in RotoSumo; shared jun-yusho in Chaingang)

6. Norizo 37.80 (yusho in Quad; jun-yusho in RotoSumo)

7. Ketsukai 34.00 (yusho in OBG; shared jun-yusho in Chaingang)

8. Asashosakari 32.38 (shared jun-yusho in Oracle)

9. Susanoo 29.97 (jun-yusho in Bench Sumo)

10. Gansekiiwa 29.00 (yusho in TTT)

 

If I got all my computations right, chishafuwaku will receive the shukun-sho (for missing out on the Green Mawashi by such a tiny amount) and the gino-sho. The kanto-sho will go to Ganzohnesushi.

 

World Championship:

A forgettable basho, but an unforgettable year for Pandaazuma. He stays above 350 points total (356.28, to be precise). Not much else to say here rather than congrats to such a dominating gaming year!!!

Haidouzo is the only other player to break the 200 points barrier (210.87 points). In the earlier days of sumo gaming, this would have been a Championship-worthy score, but sumo gaming has been completely redefined by the Panda.

Third place goes to chishafuwaku (193.44) with his senshuraku boost. Omedetou! He overtakes Norizo who lost almost 8 points on senshuraku to finish fourth.

Ganzohnesushi held his ground well on senshuraku and defended fifth place (168.78).

Sixth place goes to Gonzaburow (162.46) whose small senshuraku surge was enough to prevail over Andoreasu (160.51), the latter having a small net loss on senshuraku.

Kyushu winner Konosato defended eighth place (156.47). On the home stretch, Golynohana (154.42) grabbed ninth place from ScreechingOwl (149.25).

Other players in double digits were:

11. Taka 143.33

12. DeRosa 141.08

13. Kotononami 140.60

14. Asashosakari 135.80

15. Susanoo 128.42

16. Nantonoyama 128.11

17. Gansekiiwa 123.13

18. Gurowake 111.78

19. Kobashi 111.23

20. Terarno 107.43

21. Choshu-yuki 102.83

22. Unkonoyama 100.08

 

Here is the graph in all its glory:

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As the setting up for the WC page takes a lot of time and is very tedious, it could take a while to upload it (maybe a week, depending on my motivation). So therefore I decided to also publish other notable achievements right now:

 

Totals

World Champion in Daily Games: Norizo (154.95 points)

World Champion in Pre-Basho Games: Pandaazuma (209.45 points)

Shukun-sho 2019: Pandaazuma (8 yusho)

Kanto-sho 2019: Pandaazuma (46 finishes among the Top 10)

Gino-sho 2019: Pandaazuma (146.83 points in his worse gaming category)

 

World Champions per Game

Bench Sumo: Flohru (30.75 points)

Chaingang: Anjoboshi (20.00 points)

Tippspiel: Andoreasu (40.50 points!)

Fantasy Sumo: Pandaazuma (19.00 points)

Guess the Banzuke: Pandaazuma (46.00 points!!)

Hoshitori Game: Akinomaki (28.00 points)

ISP: GiancarloYR (20.10 points)

Juryo Game: Kotononami (24.00 points)

Paper Oyakata Game: Kanpei (20.50 points)

Juryo Game: chishafuwaku (37.50 points)

Norizo Cup: Eeve (36.00 points)

Ozumo Bingo Game: Pandaazuma (31.50 points)

Odd Sumo: Pandaazuma and chishafuwaku (31.00 points)

Sekitori Quadrumvirate: Ganzohnesushi (28.25 points)

RotoSumo: Taka and Nantonoyama (20.00 points)

Sumo Game: ScreechingOwl (36.00 points)

Sekitori-Toto: Pandaazuma (33.50 points)

UDH: Gonzaburow (27.00 points)

Salarycap Sumo: Golynohana (30.00 points)

Turn the Tide: Andoreasu (30.43)

 

That wraps up an exciting sumo gaming year of 2019. Spread the gaming gospel, and hopefully I see you return in 2020! It was my pleasure to be your Superbanzuke host. :-)

 

 

 

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A million thanks, Rando, for your unbelievable efforts. Brilliant commentary and graphics. We are all really grateful. :)

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Yes, thanks a lot for all your efforts, Rando. Since years this thread is the annual highlight of Sumo gaming though in 2019 the WC was way too early decided by the Panda. Hope in 2020 we will have a little bit more suspense.

Congrats, Simon for your extraordinary performance in 2019. Be ensured that we mortal players will do our best to avoid such a dominance in future.

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A big thank you Rando for this work of professional and for the remarkable comments. I congratulate Pandaazuma for its exceptional year.

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On 21/11/2019 at 05:58, Randomitsuki said:

Oracle Top 10 Projection:

1. Sakura 552

**sigh**

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