Chiyotasuke

Banzuke where you can see win-loss records between rikishi

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I made this website for convenience of checking rikishi's head-to-head records against possible aites during the basho. Its main purpose is to help make picks for games. It's powered entirely by @thatsumoguy's Sumo API.

Here it is - https://chiyotasuke.github.io/tsbanzuke/

Suggestions for improving the site (and its usefulness) are welcome.

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It looks like only "realistically possible" aite get displayed for each rikishi; however, lower division rikishi often get beyond their immediate vicinity (especially if they do really well or really badly). Wouldn't it make sense to extend their displayed range? 

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9 hours ago, Bunbukuchagama said:

It looks like only "realistically possible" aite get displayed for each rikishi; however, lower division rikishi often get beyond their immediate vicinity (especially if they do really well or really badly). Wouldn't it make sense to extend their displayed range? 

Ok, I extended it to all the rikishi in the division, for good measure.

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27 minutes ago, Chiyotasuke said:

Ok, I extended it to all the rikishi in the division, for good measure.

Good call, if only to see that Shimazuumi is 3-0 against Kotonowaka. :-D

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2 hours ago, Jakusotsu said:

Good call, if only to see that Shimazuumi is 3-0 against Kotonowaka. :-D

Makuuchi records were shown across the whole division by default.

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7 hours ago, Chiyotasuke said:

Now the records can be seen across the whole banzuke

This is also great for checking heya-mates. 

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Just another plug for this great tool and it's already updated for Haru!

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9 hours ago, Miyam said:

Daiamami is 2-0 vs Terunofuji, what a lad.

That's pretty crazy, he got him twice, once on his way down and once on his way back up, two years apart, almost to the day. Might have even delayed his makuuchi return by one basho with that second win.

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8 hours ago, Reonito said:

That's pretty crazy, he got him twice, once on his way down and once on his way back up, two years apart, almost to the day. Might have even delayed his makuuchi return by one basho with that second win.

Did he go 11-4 D and then follow it up with a MK.

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8 hours ago, Hoshotakamoto said:

Did he go 11-4 D and then follow it up with a MK.

He went 13-2 from J13. Not clear he would have gone up with a 14-1, as there weren't a lot of demotion candidates, but he would have had a case (the only promotion was Kotonowaka with an 8-7 from J2).

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4 hours ago, Reonito said:

He went 13-2 from J13. Not clear he would have gone up with a 14-1, as there weren't a lot of demotion candidates, but he would have had a case (the only promotion was Kotonowaka with an 8-7 from J2).

hilariously you did link me to a Daiamami 11-4 basho (although Terunofuji wiped the D off his name)

You were responding to "Daiamami is 2-0 vs Terunofuji, what a lad." It reminded me that he (Daiamami, not Teru) is the king of scoring 11-4 (usually D), followed by a letdown.

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