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Reading old results in sumodb?

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The sumodb has records going back to the 1700's but beyond the modern era I don't know how to read results like "7-0-1-1a-1o" or "4-0-2-1d-1a-1o" and there doesn't seem to be a guide on http://sumodb.sumogames.de.

Can anyone provide a key or a link to these old results?

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I think this is what they mean?:

y=yasumi (absences)
d=draw (stopped)
a=azukari (undecided)
o=other draw

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4 hours ago, Kishinoyama said:

I think this is what they mean?:

y=yasumi (absences)
d=draw (stopped)
a=azukari (undecided)
o=other draw

OK, thanks. "4-0-2-1d-1a-1o" is presumably 4 wins, 0 losses, 2 did-not-shows, a draw, and undecided, and some other draw type, then? Any idea what distinguished a draw from an undecided?

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4 hours ago, nagora said:

OK, thanks. "4-0-2-1d-1a-1o" is presumably 4 wins, 0 losses, 2 did-not-shows, a draw, and undecided, and some other draw type, then? Any idea what distinguished a draw from an undecided?

A draw is a time-out.  An undecided is probably a monoii that went nowhere (no video replay then).  Today, the undecided would normally get a torinaoshi.  The undecided might also be a match with an injury that had to be stopped.

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