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2 hours ago, Godango said:

Haru
O Kakuryu -> M2 Okinoumi (3) -> Y Hakuho (4) -> O Kotoshogiku (13) -> Y Harumafuji (14) -> Y Hakuho (15)

(2014)

Kotoshogiku beat Harumafuji Day 14, but lost to Kakuryu Day 15.

Natsu

Y Kakuryu -> M4 Endo (4) -> O Kotoshogiku (6) --> M1 Aoiyama (7) -> M3 Aminishiki (8) -> M5 Ikioi (9) -> O Kisenosato (11) -> Y Hakuho (12) -> Day 15

Nagoya

Y Hakuho -> S Goeido (11) -> Y Harumafuji (12) -> Y Hakuho (15)

Aki

Y Hakuho -> O Goeido (13) -> M4 Takarafuji (14) -> M8 Tochiozan (15)

Kyushu

M1 Tochiozan -> O Kotoshogiku (1) -> M2 Takarafuji (3) -> Y Hakuho (4) -> M3 Takayasu (6) -> Y Kakuryu (7) -> O Kisenosato (11) -> Y Hakuho (12) -> Day 15.

2 hours ago, Godango said:


I'd love to do more to help out, but I think I'll hold out in case I'm wrong about doten and am just continuing a false line

Well you were wrong on something else, but as is usual, eventually the lines converged.  It took longer than previously-looked-at lines though.

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3 hours ago, Ryoshishokunin said:

Here's the scandal cancellations.  In the not-a-basho:
Y Hakuho -> O2 Harumafuji (13) -> End.  But that clearly doesn't count, since it's not a basho.  

Nagoya
Y Hakuho -> S Kotoshogiku (11) -> M4 Okinoumi(13) -> S Kisenosato (14)  -> End. 
If we admit that the not-a-basho was a basho, we wind up in the same place, with Kise defeating Harumafuji on day 15

That's a good question, and one for @Eikokurai before we tally the numbers for any statistics.  One might say that Natsu 2011 has a basho/not-a-basho duality, taking on aspects of basho when looked at one way, and not-a-basho looked at other ways.

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6 minutes ago, Gurowake said:

Well you were wrong on something else, but as is usual, eventually the lines converged.  It took longer than previously-looked-at lines though.

I was worried about this -- good thing I kept my 'contribution' limited. Apologies! Let me know if I should edit or delete my 2014 post.

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2 hours ago, Gurowake said:

That's a good question, and one for @Eikokurai before we tally the numbers for any statistics.  One might say that Natsu 2011 has a basho/not-a-basho duality, taking on aspects of basho when looked at one way, and not-a-basho looked at other ways.

Agreed on waiting for Eikokurai. I would say that I believe that the NSK counts that basho towards Hakuho's totals, so I think it should be counted.

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2 hours ago, Gurowake said:

That's a good question, and one for @Eikokurai before we tally the numbers for any statistics.  One might say that Natsu 2011 has a basho/not-a-basho duality, taking on aspects of basho when looked at one way, and not-a-basho looked at other ways.

46 minutes ago, Sakura said:

Agreed on waiting for Eikokurai. I would say that I believe that the NSK counts that basho towards Hakuho's totals, so I think it should be counted.

I say count it! It was real to us, wasn’t it?

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2015 
Hatsu -- Hakuho zensho
Haru
Y Hakuho  → S Terunofuji (13) → End

Natsu
S  Terunofuji → M3 Sadanoumi (1) →  M4 Tokushoryu (5) → Y Harumafuji (6) → M5 Tamawashi (9) → S Myogiryu (11) → S Terunofuji (14) → End

Nagoya
O2 Terunofuji → O1 Goeido (7) → O2 Kotoshogiku (8) → O1 Kisenosato (10) → Y Hakuho (14) → End

Aki 
Y Hakuho → K Okinoumi (1) → O1 Terunofuji (2) → S Tochiozan (12) → S Miyogiryu (14) → M6 Aminishiki (15)

Kyushu 
M3 Aminishiki → M4 Ikioi (1) → M7 Kaisei (6) → M10 Sokokurai (7) → M10 Shohozan (8) → M4 Ikioi (10) → End 

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2016
Hatsu
K Ikioi → Y Hakuho (1) → O2 Kotoshogiku (11) → M7 Toyonoshima (13) → S Tochiozan (15)

Haru 
K Tochiozan → Y Harumafuji (1) → M1 Kotoyuki (3) → Y2 Kakuryu (4) → O2 Goeido (9) → Y Hakuho (12) → End

Natsu Y Hakuho  zensho

Nagoya
Y Hakuho → M2 Takarafuji (5) → M6 Aoiyama (8) → M5 Shodai (9) → O1 Kisenosato (12) → Y2 Harumafuji (13) → End

Aki 
Y Harumafuji → M1 Okinoumi (3) → O2 Goeido (7) → End (Goeido Zensho!)

Kyushu
O1 Goeido → K1 Tamawashi (6) → Y Kakuryu (8) → O Kisenosato (11) → M6 Tochinoshin (13) → M16 Gagamaru (14) → M9 Myogiryu (15) 

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What an endeavor. Incredible. Hats off to all involved.

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2017
Hatsu
M7 Myogiryu → M6 Kotoyuki (1) → M7 Aoiyama (3) → M7 Myogiryu (4) → M4 Tochiozan (5) → O2 Terunofuji (6) → M2 Arawashi (9) → M5 Yoshikaze (11) → M2 Shohozan (13) → End

Haru
M3 Shohozan → S Takayasu (1) → Y Kakuryu (11) → S Tamawashi (12) → S Takayasu (15) 

Natsu
S Takayasu → S Tamawashi (6) → Y2 Harumafuji (9) → K Mitakeumi (11) → M5 Shodai (15) 

Nagoya
M1 Shodai → Y2 Kakuryu (1) → M2 Hokutofuji (3) → Y Harumafuji (5) → M4 Ura (9) → O2 Takayasu (10) → S Tamawashi (11) → Y Hakuho (12) → End

Aki -- Hakuho absent

Kyushu
Y Hakuho → S Yoshikaze (11) → M4 Chiyonokuni (12) → K Kotoshogiku (13) → End

This involved less clicking when Hakuho was super dominant...

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2018 
Hatsu
M2 Kotoshogiku → S Mitakeumi (1) → M1 Ichinojo (8) → M3 Tochinoshin (13) →  End 

Haru 
S Tochinoshin → M1 Tamawashi (2) → Y Kakuryu (3) → S Tochinoshin (12) → M4 Shodai (13) → K Ichinojo (14) → S Tochinoshin (15) (!)

Natsu
S Tochinoshin → M4 Shodai (13) → M1 Tamawashi (15)

Nagoya
K Tamawashi → Y Hakuho (1) →M2 Chiyonokuni (4) → O Goeido (5) → M3 Takakeisho (7) → M6 Endo (11) → O Goeido (12) →S Mitakeumi (13) → M9 Yutakayama (15) 

Aki
M2 Yutakayama → O Takayasu (1) → M3 Shodai (8) → O Goeido (11) → Y Hakuho (14) → End

Kyushu -- Hakuho absent

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2019
Hatsu
Y Hakuho → K Mitakeumi (11) → O Takayasu (14) → End

Haru 
O Takayasu → M2 Daieisho (3) → Y Hakuho (4) → End

Natsu Hakuho Absent

Nagoya 
Y Hakuho → M4 Ichinojo (9) → Y Kakuryu (10) → M7 Tomokaze (13) → M16 Terutsuyoshi (15) 

Aki 
M9 Terutsuyoshi → M8 Okinoumi (2) → M5 Ryuden (9)  → O Goeido (12) → S Mitakeumi (14) → End

Kyushu 
S Mitakeumi → K2 Hokutofuji (2) → K2 Asanoyama (5) → K Endo (6) → M1 Okinoumi (9) → M2 Myogiryu (12) → M1 Daieisho (13) → M6 Enho (15) 

And now the plague years begin.

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2020
Hatsu
M5 Enho → M4 Shodai (2) → O Goeido (7) → K Abi (8) → S Takayasu (10) → O Goeido (11) → S Asanoyama (12) → End   (Goeido only won 5 bouts this tournament!)

Haru
S Asanoyama → M3 Mitakeumi (6) → Y Hakuho (7) → M5 Onosho (10) → K Endo (11) → YO Kakuryu (12) → Y Hakuho (15) 

COVID Cancels May basho, relocates Nagoya
July
Y Hakuho → K Daieisho (11) →  End

Aki
S2 Daieisho → M2 Tamawashi (1) → S Shodai (2) → `M1 Terunofuji (4) →M1 Takanoshi (10) →M14 Tobizaru (13) →O Takakeisho (14) →End

November (not in Kyushu)
O Takakeisho → M4 Tobizaru (9) →K Terunofuji (10) → End  (Loss in playoff to Takakeisho doesn't count, right?) 

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6 hours ago, Ryoshishokunin said:

November (not in Kyushu)
O Takakeisho → M4 Tobizaru (9) →K Terunofuji (10) → End  (Loss in playoff to Takakeisho doesn't count, right?) 

I thought we decided playoffs count, but I may be misremembering @Eikokurai

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1 hour ago, Reonito said:

I thought we decided playoffs count, but I may be misremembering @Eikokurai

Playoffs didn't count, but fusens do.

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12 minutes ago, Sakura said:

Playoffs didn't count, but fusens do.

I think Gurowake counted them, but maybe I'm just wrong or you are talking about something else

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20 minutes ago, Seregost said:

I think Gurowake counted them, but maybe I'm just wrong or you are talking about something else

There are quite a lot of playoffs that were skipped over.  The line could be different in many places if they were included.  My feeling was similar to Eikokurai that playoffs are not really Ozumo matches, because they don't count for anything except the prize money (and mochikyukin points if in Makuuchi).  They don't get counted in the kimarite stats, they aren't included on the official records, they aren't included in the totals for rikishi on the database except as an addendum for the head-to-head matchups.  Fusen do get counted in all those ways, and are shown in the main bulk of head-to-head records, even if they're also shown as a subtraction to get to the "real" HTH data that's more predictive than the raw numbers. 

There were a few days over the past weeks I've been working on this that playoffs were included, but all that should have been scrubbed by now.

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2021

Hatsu

S Terunofuji -> M3 Onosho (2) -> O Asanoyama (4) -> M2 Takarafuji (6) -> M3 Onosho (8) -> K Mitakeumi (10) -> M5 Endo (14) -> Day 15

Haru

M5 Endo -> M4 Myogiryu (1) -> M2 Hokutofuji (6) -> M3 Shimanoumi (8) -> O Asanoyama (9) -> O Takakeisho (13) -> S Terunofuji (15)

Natsu

O Terunofuji -> M4 Myogiryu (11) -> M3 Aoiyama (12) -> M10 Terutsuyoshi (15)

Nagoya

M10 Terutsuyoshi -> M9 Shimanoumi (2) -> M11 Kaisei (3) -> M13 Chiyomaru (5) -> M14 Daiamami (6) -> M17 Ichiyamamoto (7) -> M11 Kotonowaka (10) -> M9 Shimanoumi (11) -> M16 Ishiura (13) -> M7 Chiyoshoma (14) -> M13 Ura (15)

Aki

M6 Ura -> M5 Takarafuji (1) -> M6 Onosho (2) -> M7 Terutsuyoshi (4) -> M7 Shimanoumi (5) -> M10 Chiyotairyu (6) -> M8 Okinoumi (8) -> M10 Myogiryu (10) -> M13 Kagayaki (12) -> M12 Tochinoshin (13) -> M2 Kiribayama (14) -> Day 15

Kyushu

K Kiribayama -> Y Terunofuji (1) -> Day 15.

Despite it looking really sketchy in terms of likelihood of making its way back up the joi, the shield managed to snag a ride there at nearly the last minute to be pushed into Terunofuji's hands at the beginning of last basho and stay there until the end.

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I've checked the work of all the other contributors, as well as all my own work at least a day later; I encourage others to check my work.  I'll check the 2021 stuff tomorrow myself just to be more sure.

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5 hours ago, Gurowake said:

I've checked the work of all the other contributors, as well as all my own work at least a day later; I encourage others to check my work.  I'll check the 2021 stuff tomorrow myself just to be more sure.

Just checked 2021, looks right.  
For my own amusement: 
2022 Hatsu
Y Terunofuji → M3 Tamawashi (6) → S Mitakeumi (7) → M4 Hokutofuji (10) → Present Day

GKA's hero is also Ranfurly champion :)

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Now Shodai holds it

2022 Hatsu
Y Terunofuji → M3 Tamawashi (6) → S Mitakeumi (7) → M4 Hokutofuji (10) → O Shodai (12) → Present Day

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Full basho for Hatsu 2022:

Y Terunofuji -> M3 Tamawashi (6) -> S Mitakeumi (7) -> M4 Hokutofuji (10) -> O Shodai (12) -> M5 Onosho (13) -> M1 Wakatakakage (15)

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12 hours ago, LLCoolKay said:

Feeling vindicated in not assuming Hakuho held it until retirement.

Yeah, it's kinda crazy how it can go all over the place such that it's never a good assumption that it's being held by someone near the top.  Eventually it has always come back around, but at any particular time there's no way to know without going through the history.  I was pretty sure it wasn't going to end up in Terunofuji's hands after Kyushu as I was going through Aki, and then all of a sudden it popped back up into the joi.

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