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Randomitsuki

Invitation Makushita Game Hatsu 2020

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Hiya,

please consider playing the wonderful and only Makushita Game.

http://makushita.sumogames.de

A banzuke was sent to Doitsuyama a while ago, but has not been published yet.

You can check for Makushita rikishi absences on Saturday before shonichi at

http://www.sumo.or.jp/EnHonbashoMain/absence/

Thanks for reading this.

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After 10 days, it looks very much like a start-to-finish yusho by Andrasoyamawaka who has been leading since shonichi and sport a nice 2.5 WP cusion over his closest pursuers, Kobashi and Tenshinhan.

The spread of players by rank and standings looks more nightmarish than usual, with many banzuke top dogs flocked near the top of the leaderboard. Expect some small promotions and harsh demotions up there if things continue like that.

Sansho leaders:

Shukun-sho: Andrasoyamawaka (for picking Wakamotoharu and Ryuko)

Kanto-sho: Andrasoyamawaka (57 wins)

Gino-sho: kuroimori (8.38 points; almost exclusively  based on being the only player to pick 5-0 Kotodaigo)

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Wow, that was early. Andrasoyamawaka already sealed the yusho on Day 13! Congratulations!!

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Final Standings:

Andrasoyamawaka had it all wrapped up on Day 13, so there was no suspense with regard to the yusho race. Ozeki Flohru and the Sekiwake due of Kobashi and Tenshinhan share the jun-yusho spoils.

Overall scoring was very high this time, so in order to arrive at your final W/L record you have to subtract a full point from your WP column and round down in case of half-points. That spells bad news for Komusubi Itachi and Sekiwake chishafuwaku who will end up with 7-8 records. Unfortunately, our new players also started their career with a make-koshi...

Sansho:

Shukun-sho: Andrasoyamawaka (for picking Kaito, Wakamotoharu, and Jokoryu)

Kanto-sho: Andrasoyamawaka (72 wins)

Gino-sho: Pepoetse (10.29 points; e.g. 4 points for Narutaki; 2.5 points for Takakento)

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Completely forgot to enter! Sorry. Next time!

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