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Metasumo 2022

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As Simon is still more or less inactive in this forum, we should not wait any longer for the kick-off of Metasumo 2022.

In this simple game, you choose the GAMERS you think will score the most in the Superbanzuke Masters series. Go to this link and choose ONE player from each of the categories below:

1-5

6-10

11-20

21-40

41-80

81-120

121-200

201+

for a total of eight players. If you would like to choose one of the many recent promising new players WHO ARE NOT listed in the 2021 final standings, please place them in the 201+ category.

Please post your picks in this thread. The deadline is Shonichi of the Hatsu Basho 2022.

The winner gets a free one-way ticket to Mars.

Good luck to all and stay healthy!

Ganzohnesushi

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So, I'm starting the dance? Ok, here we go.

1-5  Joaoiyama (Of course at these heights you could pick any one. I feel that the Brazilian is motivated enough to repeat such a performance as in 2021).

6-10  Andoreasu (I could also pick another German here, Flohru, so I flipped a coin!).

11-20 Susanoo ("Face value"? They say that in English, don't they?).

21-40  Athenayama (There were many better choices here but I'm really motivated for 2022... also I might be in position to score points in more games than in the past).

41-80  Jejima  (Really many interesting picks here but as Sir Jejima released himself of many duties lately, I hope he'll be focused on making the best choices in   the sumo games in 2022 :-) ).

81-120  Achiyama  (I believe the bulgarian flag will fly higher in 2022 :-) ).

121-200  Gurowake  (I sensed a real motivation here, so ....).

201+ Gawasukotto (really tough choice here, I was very tempted by Lady Getayukata as I also wanted to have a "feminine touch" in my team and by several others that I won't name here not to give any ideas to my opponents :-P )

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Perhaps a Top-10-pick this time:

1-5 Pandaazuma
6-10 Andoreasu
11-20 Norizo
21-40 Gozaburow
41-80 Jejima
81-120 Achiyama
121-200 Gurowake
201+ Getayukata

We will see...

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1-5   Joaoiyama
6-10   Andoreasu
11-20   Susanoo
21-40   Nantonoyama
41-80   Gernobono
81-120   Chocshoporyu
121-200   Toonoryu
201+   Yangnomazuma

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1-5: Pandaazuma

6-10 : Andoreasu

11-20: Norizo

21-40: Sakura

41-80: Balon

81-10: Ruziklao

121-200: Saruyama

201 + :  Getayukata

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1-5: Joaoiyama

6-10:  Kaito

11-20: Oyama

21-40: Oortael

41-80: Balon

81-120: Ruziklao

121-200: Toonoryu

201+: Getayukata

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On 24/12/2021 at 15:59, Athenayama said:

 

41-80  Jejima  (Really many interesting picks here but as Sir Jejima released himself of many duties lately, I hope he'll be focused on making the best choices in   the sumo games in 2022 :-) ).

I am intentionally reducing the time that I spend with sumo gaming for 2022, in order to focus on real world stuff - at least to begin with ;-).

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1 hour ago, Jejima said:

I am intentionally reducing the time that I spend with sumo gaming for 2022, in order to focus on real world stuff - at least to begin with ;-).

I'm still confident that you'll perform well. Unless you're telling me that you will not participate in all games counting for the Super Banzuke.

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I have never done well in Metasumo (or pretty much Meta anything) but I'll give it another go:

1-5      Pandaazuma (Any of these guys could win it all, so I'll go with the one who has done it the most times.)

6-10   Flohru (Again an amazing group; however Flohru is quite a talent, and, from my limited interactions, a genuinely nice guy to boot.)

11-20 Norizo (This guy is so good he has a game named after him!)

21-40 ScreechingOwl (Simply trying to motivate myself after another underperforming year.)

41-80 Pitinosato (Way too talented not to place higher.)

81-120 Ruziklao (Seems to have a knack at a variety of games, which is the best way to advance.)

121-200 Gurowake (2022 hasn't even started and he already has more points than anyone in this group had in 2021. Ponder that!)

201+ Getayutaka (Well, at this point it's anybody's guess, but this seems like a good one.)

Best to luck to everyone who plays any online sumo games in 2022!

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1-5 Joaoiyama

6-10 Flohru

11-20 chishafuwaku 

21-40 Sakura

41-80 Jejima (I feel obliged to pick myself, although I intend to cut down on sumo gaming - at least to start with!)

81-120 Achiyama

121-200 Nekonishiki

201+ Tsunamiko

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Out of interest, what do these mean at the top of columns?

LY Gino Daily Pre-B TOT # G Y

LY = Last year's rank....

Gino = ?

Daily = total score in daily games (Bench Sumo, Sumo Game etc)

Pre-B = Pre-Basho games (Guess the Banzuke, Roto Sumo etc)

TOT = Daily plus Pre-Basho scores

# = ?

G = ?

Y = total number of Yushos won over the year (?) 

 

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4 hours ago, Jejima said:

Gino = ?

Daily = total score in daily games (Bench Sumo, Sumo Game etc)

Pre-B = Pre-Basho games (Guess the Banzuke, Roto Sumo etc)

TOT = Daily plus Pre-Basho scores

# = ?

G = ?

Y = total number of Yushos won over the year (?) 

 

Gino = either the Pre-Basho games score or the Daily games score, whatever is lower.

# = number of Super Banzuke scores 

G = number of different games with Super Banzuke scores

Y = total number of Yushos won over the year (!)

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1 hour ago, Flohru said:

Gino = either the Pre-Basho games score or the Daily games score, whatever is lower.

What is the significance of that?

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1 hour ago, Jejima said:

What is the significance of that?

Joaoiyama

Gino       Daily    Pre-B
132,92 132,92 135,20

 

Konosato

Gino  Daily   Pre-B
73,50 97,27 73,50

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1 hour ago, Jejima said:

What is the significance of that?

All Superbanzuke gino-sho rest on this principle. Some people might be good at pre-basho games only, some at daily games. The gino-sho means that someone has excelled in both realms.

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1-5               Pandaazuma
6-10             Ganzohnesushi
11-20           Norizo
21-40           Sakura
41-80           Torafuji
81-120         Chocshoporyu
121-200       Saruyama
201+             Getayukata

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Konosato
Flohru
chishafuwaku
Kishikaisei
Asashosakari
Gaijingai
Gurowake
sutarokku

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1-5  Pandaazuma  (hopefully the Panda gets enough Bamboo to eat)

6-10  Flohru  (not picking myself does not mean I won't try to win)

11-20 Oyama (former world class player on his way back to the top ranks)

21-40  Netsuzakura (could be the dark horse in my selection)

41-80  Balon  (looks even darker)

81-120  Achiyama  (I hope he performs better than his slowly descending wrestling compatriot)

121-200  Mmikasazuma  (expecting more from her than just to be the statutory woman in my team)

201+ Randomitsuki  (perhaps this will motivate him to start playing again  ;-) )

 

Ganzohnesushi

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1-5 Joaoiyama

6-10 Kaito

11-20 Chishafuwaku

21-40 Oortael

41-80 Asashosakari

81-120 Takanorappa

121-200 Saruyama

201+ Getayutaka

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1-5 Pandaazuma

6-10 Andoreasu

11-20 Susanoo

21-40 Kyoju

41-80 Jejima

81-120 Achiyama

121-200 Mmikasazuma

201+ Rubensan

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