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Invitation for Makushita Game: Kyushu 2023

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Ready for another round?

Makushita Game is open for registration, participation, and documentation. The Kyushu Banzuke is uploaded already and I am looking forward to seeing you take part in this little gem of a game.

http://makushita.sumogames.de/

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Standings after Day 6:

Wamahada leads the proceedings with a relatively low score (an adjusted 10-5 prospect). Asapedroryu, Papayasu, and chishafuwaku trail by only half a point.

To determine your current W/L prospect: add 1.5 points to your WP column and round down (for players down to M4); add 2 points to your WP column and round down (for players below M4).

That means an almost collective failure by the players at the top of the banzuke. Both Yokozuna and two out of three active Ozeki are on a course for MK at the moment.

Sansho standings: 

Shukun-sho: Kaiowaka (for picking Kitaharima)

Kanto-sho: chishafuwaku (31 wins)

Gino-sho: chishafuwaku (with the incredibly low score of 6.18 points; e.g. 2 points for Oyamatoumi) 

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Stupid mistake caught by Ganzohnesushi
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44 minutes ago, Randomitsuki said:

That means an almost collective failure by the players at the top of the banzuke. Both Yokozuna and two out of three active Ozeki are on a course for KK at the moment.

I assume this should read MK.

Ganzohnesushi

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Final Standings:

Sorry for missing out on the interim standings...

The Kyushu yusho goes to Kaiowaka (13.00 WP) in front of chishafuwaku (12.50) and a group of seven players at 12.00 WPs.

Overall scores were extremely high, so you have to downgrade your WPs substantially. For players down to M4, subtract 2.5 points and round down half-points. For players at M5 and below, subtract two points and round up half-points.

The KK/MK line in the elite ranks is between Bunbukuchagama and Itachi. For the lower-ranked players, the border is between Yarimotsu and Kamibaka.

Yokozuna Andoreasu is in dire straits after posting his second MK in a row. Ozeki Flohru and Ozeki Ganzohnesushi will be kadoban in their next tournament. And Asashosakari missed out on a re-promotion to Ozeki.

Shukun-sho: Wamahada (for picking Satorufuji, Takerufuji, and Kayo).

Kanto-sho: chishafuwaku (68 wins)

Gino-sho: chishafuwaku (12.26 points, e.g., 4 points for Oyamatoumi, and 2.5 points apiece for Kurohimeyama and Marusho).

Hope to see many and more of you return in January!!

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