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Long Kachikoshi Streaks - Nagoya 2022

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The lineup for the Nagoya 2022 edition of LKS:

 1. Kamito          7
 2. Ryuo            7
 3. Nobehara        6*
 4. Kiryuko         6*
 5. Wakatakakage    5  [score?]
 6. Wakamotoharu    5
 7. Nishikigi       5
 8. Chiyosakae      5
 9. Kainoshima      5
10. Suzuki          5
11. Mukainakano     5*
12. Ryuden          4
13. Tochimaru       4

TB: [pick?]

(* marks rikishi with no makekoshi since debut)

The scoring and thus your game assignment:

  • For sanyaku: Please predict an exact record for each rikishi. The target record will be calculated after the deadline and will be chosen so that it bisects the predictions as evenly as possible. The predictions will then be converted into + and - votes as usual; one point for each correct prediction.
  • For lower-ranked rikishi: Please predict for each rikishi if he will finish KK or MK; one point for each correct prediction.

(For clarification: If you're expecting an outright makekoshi for one of the sanyaku high-rankers, just predict MK, exact records are only needed on the kachikoshi side of things.)

First tie-breaker: From among those 13 guys up there and the further 11rikishi (9'veterans', maezumo rookie Raiho and SdTd newcomer Kinbozan - please disregard kyujo Nakaishi and Kototaigawho are currently just shy of a 5-KK streak, please guess how many KK you expect in total. Your tie-breaker guess may be anything from 0 to 24 22. Only exactly correct guesses qualify at this tie-breaker stage. Note: Sanyaku count as correct for the tie-breaker if they achieve KK, they do not need to meet their target records.

Next 12 tie-breakers if needed: Correctly predicted rikishi, one-by-one in ballot order, i.e. starting at Kamito.

Extra tie-breakers, should two or more players have entered identical ballots: Proximity of their tie-breaker guesses to the correct number, followed by proximity of their sanyaku rikishi guesses to the correct records (one-by-one in ballot order).

Final tie-breaker: earliest entry.

Note: Rikishi who show up on the before-shonichi kyujo list will be excluded from scoring (even if they end up joining the basho later), so it is not necessary to re-submit your entry if you picked such a rikishi as a KK; he will not count for points anyhow. You may, however, notify me if you'd like to reduce your tie-breaker guess by one point to compensate for the "missing" rikishi. Your position on the entry list (for final tie-breaker purposes) will be deemed unchanged in this special situation. Any other changes to a ballot will be considered a new entry, with correspondingly lower priority for the final tie-breaker.

Deadline: Shonichi noon JST.

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Simplified entry template:

1. Kamito KKMK
2. Ryuo KKMK
3. Nobehara KKMK
4. Kiryuko KKMK
5. Wakatakakage W-L
6. Wakamotoharu KKMK
7. Nishikigi KKMK
8. Chiyosakae KKMK
9. Kainoshima KKMK
10. Suzuki KKMK
11. Mukainakano KKMK
12. Ryuden KKMK
13. Tochimaru KKMK

TB xx

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Good luck!

 

Edited by Asashosakari

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1. Kamito KK
2. Ryuo MK
3. Nobehara KK
4. Kiryuko MK
5. Wakatakakage 9-6
6. Wakamotoharu MK
7. Nishikigi KK
8. Chiyosakae KK
9. Kainoshima MK
10. Suzuki MK
11. Mukainakano KK
12. Ryuden KK
13. Tochimaru MK

TB 14

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Posted (edited)
On 08/07/2022 at 01:46, Asashosakari said:

1. Kamito KK
2. Ryuo KK
3. Nobehara KK
4. Kiryuko MK
5. Wakatakakage 9-6
6. Wakamotoharu MK
7. Nishikigi MK
8. Chiyosakae MK
9. Kainoshima KK
10. Suzuki KK
11. Mukainakano KK
12. Ryuden KK
13. Tochimaru MK

TB 

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Good luck!

 

TB adjusted to 12

Edited by Sakura

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1. Kamito                        KK
2. Ryuo                            MK
3. Nobehara                   KK
4. Kiryuko                       MK
5. Wakatakakage          10
6. Wakamotoharu         KK
7. Nishikigi                     MK
8. Chiyosakae                KK
9. Kainoshima               MK
10. Suzuki                       MK
11. Mukainakano          KK
12. Ryuden                     KK
13. Tochimaru               MK

TB                                    12

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Posted (edited)

1. Kamito MK
2. Ryuo KK
3. Nobehara KK
4. Kiryuko MK
5. Wakatakakage 9-6
6. Wakamotoharu KK
7. Nishikigi MK
8. Chiyosakae KK
9. Kainoshima MK
10. Suzuki MK
11. Mukainakano KK
12. Ryuden KK
13. Tochimaru MK

TB 12

Edited by Hakuryuho

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1. Kamito MK
2. Ryuo KK
3. Nobehara KK
4. Kiryuko MK
5. Wakatakakage 8-7
6. Wakamotoharu MK
7. Nishikigi KK
8. Chiyosakae KK
9. Kainoshima MK
10. Suzuki MK
11. Mukainakano KK
12. Ryuden KK
13. Tochimaru KK

TB 12

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Posted (edited)

1. Kamito MK
2. Ryuo KK
3. Nobehara KK
4. Kiryuko KK
5. Wakatakakage 9-6
6. Wakamotoharu MK
7. Nishikigi MK
8. Chiyosakae MK
9. Kainoshima MK
10. Suzuki MK
11. Mukainakano KK
12. Ryuden KK
13. Tochimaru KK

TB 12

Edited by Athenayama

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Posted (edited)

1. Kamito KK
2. Ryuo KK
3. Nobehara MK
4. Kiryuko KK
5. Wakatakakage 8-7
6. Wakamotoharu KK
7. Nishikigi MK
8. Chiyosakae MK
9. Kainoshima KK
10. Suzuki KK
11. Mukainakano KK
12. Ryuden KK
13. Tochimaru MK

TB 12

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Edited by Mmikasazuma

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1. Kamito KK
2. Ryuo KK
3. Nobehara MK
4. Kiryuko KK
5. Wakatakakage 7-8
6. Wakamotoharu MK
7. Nishikigi KK
8. Chiyosakae MK
9. Kainoshima KK
10. Suzuki MK
11. Mukainakano KK
12. Ryuden KK
13. Tochimaru KK

TB 12

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1. Kamito KK
2. Ryuo KK
3. Nobehara KK
4. Kiryuko KK
5. Wakatakakage 8-7
6. Wakamotoharu KK
7. Nishikigi KK
8. Chiyosakae KK
9. Kainoshima KK
10. Suzuki KK
11. Mukainakano KK
12. Ryuden KK
13. Tochimaru KK

TB 16

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Posted (edited)

Heads-up: Among the 4-KK rikishi, Nakaishi and Kototaiga are listed as kyujo, and will thus not be considered for LKS. Feel free to adjust your tie-breaker guesses if you deem it necessary.

@Yarimotsu @Sakura @Profomisakari @Hakuryuho @Holleshoryu @Athenayama @Mmikasazuma @WAKATAKE @Jejima

Edited by Asashosakari

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1. Kamito                       MK
2. Ryuo                           MK
3. Nobehara                                 KK
4. Kiryuko                       MK
5. Wakatakakage                       10-5
6. Wakamotoharu         MK
7. Nishikigi                     MK
8. Chiyosakae                MK
9. Kainoshima                MK
10. Suzuki                                      KK
11. Mukainakano                          KK
12. Ryuden                                     KK
13. Tochimaru                 MK

TB 11

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1. Kamito KK
2. Ryuo KK
3. Nobehara MK
4. Kiryuko MK
5. Wakatakakage 12-3
6. Wakamotoharu KK
7. Nishikigi KK
8. Chiyosakae MK
9. Kainoshima KK
10. Suzuki KK
11. Mukainakano MK
12. Ryuden KK
13. Tochimaru KK

TB 9

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- Kamito
- Ryuo
- Nobehara
+ Kiryuko
10 Wakatakakage
- Wakamotoharu
- Nishikigi
- Chiyosakae
- Kainoshima
+ Suzuki
+ Mukainakano
+ Ryuden
+ Tochimaru

TB 11

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 1. Kamito          KK
 2. Ryuo            KK
 3. Nobehara        KK
 4. Kiryuko         KK
 5. Wakatakakage   8-7
 6. Wakamotoharu  MK
 7. Nishikigi       MK
 8. Chiyosakae      KK
 9. Kainoshima      MK
10. Suzuki          MK
11. Mukainakano     MK
12. Ryuden          KK
13. Tochimaru       MK

TB: 11

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Astonishingly, LKS managed to escape the Covid carnage completely unscathed, at least for this basho. We did have five rikishi from stables that were unable to get through the entire tournament, but Nakaishi (Hanaregoma) and Kototaiga (Sadogatake) were absent from the start, while Nishikigi (Isenoumi, KK), Daishoki (Oitekaze, MK) and Kototakuya (Sadogatake, MK) all reached a gameplay-relevant outcome before their respective exits. Nakaishi's full kyujo was particularly fortunate for the game as his stable was among the first to withdraw and short of a 4-0 or 0-4 start he wouldn't have made it as an active competitor.

Full results shortly.

I do dread having to figure out who qualifies as a rikishi on a KK streak for the next few tournaments, however...

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On 25/07/2022 at 05:01, Asashosakari said:

 

Full results shortly.

 

Don't think we forgot about this.  ;-)

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